Ethiopia 1969 Reel 10 of 65


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Film Description:Reel 10 of 65
Unedited travelogue
Edaga Di Barura


Reel 10 of 65
Unedited travelogue
Edaga Di Barura

Cat. Reel 353 1969: Reel 10: Ethiopia.[Current day Eritrea] March 27-29. Keren. Asmara. Edaga Di Barura.

Water well, reservoir, irrigated garden.
Operating a shadoof.[Eritrea]
Tomato garden.
Honey hives in tree. Baobab tree.
Camels resting in dry river bed.
Sesame oil mill: wooden, camel driven (like that at Fort Lamy, Chad)
Large wooden mill with angles pestle pulled by camel: note universal joint
Top part of mill, universal joint (cu).
Rotating mechanism and counterweight that causes pestle to squeeze seeds
Camel's leg rubbed by traces.
Reed weaving.
Reed baskets for sale.
Market: burlap awning, variety of goods.
Open air market: general view.
Farm on a hill. "Flat" tree.
New building sidewall branches still green with leaves.
Reed tukul.
Stone tukul with conical top.
Stone tukul: conical top.
Door to bottom section of tukul.
Reed huts.
Two small stone and stick huts in rock field.
River gorge. Mountain roads. Terrace farming.
Wood for sale. Woodpile waiting for axe. Houses.
Mud-covered tin-roofed hut, fire and kettle in yard.
Bird nests on telephone pples.
Compact brush hut.
Brush hut on hill: poles form sidewalls. Brush fence.
Hexagonal church, cemetery.
Saturday cattle market (Asmara): goats.
Cattle market. Distant buildings (pan shot).
Paint "branding irons," general market view.
Fat tailed sheep.
Filling water bags, loading onto donkey saddled with pad.
Roadside scene: hill, buildings.
Open air market at Edaga Di Barua (pan shot).
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Keren, Asmara, Edaga Di Barura, Irrigation, Marketplaces
Tags: Asmara | Edaga Di Barura | Irrigation | Keren | Marketplaces
Rights:All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email photos@pennmuseum.org.

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