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Cyprus 1969 Reel 57 of 65

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Film Id:F16-0400
Film Description:Reel 57 of 65
Unedited travelogue
Paphos
Phiti

Scenes from mosaics:
Several ladies (overexposed).
Tiger with kill.
Lady holding leafy stalk.
Heads of several ladies.
A boy, (?).
Man's head and cape: side view.
Bearded man.
Heads of ladies. A hand.
Man's decorated head. Animal with whiskers and a ball.
Lady with pink cheeks, eyebrows.
Dog: note shadows of legs. Man with spear.
Woman in large chair. Winged man with bow.
Large, complex mosaic (*see K's notes) (pan shot).
Depiction of the kidnapping of Ganymede by the Eagle of Zeus.
Ganymede and Zeus.
Tiger with whiskers, bushy tail.
A boar.
An animal.
Man with spear.
Spotted, whiskered animal.
Open-mouthed dog.
Ram with curved horns: good shape.
Ram.
Man with spear.
Dog biting donkey's leg. Man with spear.
Man carrying animals on back.
Woman with cymbals.
Caped man with two leashed animals.
Two men, one holding large vase by handles.
Man with club and shield.
Caped man holding a dish.
Caped lady with stick and box.
Tree branches, grapes.
Corner of a mosaic: last mosaic scene.
Catapult balls, old church yard, a stone mill (at Paphos).
Old stone spout, now attached to a wall.
Three icons (Fourteenth to Fifteenth Century) (Paphos area).
Row of stone ovens with covers (en-route to Phiti).
Stone mill with center post and shaft.
Vertical metal olive press.
Making large reed basket by hand (Mesoyi village).
Basket: base and sidewalls (mcu).
Basket weaving: note use of horizontal strips (cu).
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Paphos, Phiti, Mosaics, Greek antiquities, Mesogi, Basket weaving, Churches
Tags: Basket weaving | Churches | Greek antiquities | Mesogi | Mosaics | Paphos | Phiti
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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