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Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
Full length portrait of two ...
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Description
Full length portrait of two Arab men in front of a rock wall in the city of Sawda. The man on the left is wearing a long straight dagger (jambiya or khanjar) in a horizontal manner over his thobe (shirt). This style of wearing daggers is typical of this region. The man on the right is wearing a leaf decoration in his hair.

Due to the nature of these images, prints will reproduce any signs of age, wear or damage that occurred before they were archived by the Pitt Rivers Museum.
Additional information
Date May 28, 1945

Full length portrait of two ...

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