|Film Description:||Reel 56 of 65|
ShotlistCat. Reel 399. 1969: Reel 56: Cyprus. June 21-22. Lagoudera. Paphos.
Icons: eight scenes from life of Christ, in Archangelos Church (Lagoudera, 1514).
Archangelos Church: shingle roof, exterior views.
Kebab cooking, rotated by a small water wheel.
Three-legged wooden chopping block.
Outdoor stone ovens.
Making Soujoukko (stick candy):
Kettle for dipping a string of almonds.
Candy drying (pan shot).
Forked sticks to hand drying candy.
Altar of Timos Stauros, modern church (in Pedhoulas): note many icons.
Pictures between dome arches (good color).
Pictures in dome behind altar.
Pictures on dome interior (pan shot).
Five icons, some with gold. Gilt carving.
Archangelos Michail Church (Byzantine, l400 A.D.):note double roof construction.
Frescoes inside church.
Underground tomb, one of the Tombs of the Kings (Paphos area): tombs are cut into rock below ground level, surrounded by burial
chambers, have open peristyle court: note pillars, steps.
Tombs dug in floor at room level.
Pillars: from tomb to ground level (vertical pan shot)
Three tombs in a wall.
Tomb: view from ground level.
Tomb cut from a block of rock.
Tomb area (pan shot).
Tombs carved from solid rock.
At catacomb of rock-hewn, underground Ayia Solomoni Church(ca.l67 BC)
Tree in sidewall at excavation.
Arched tombs below ground level.
Tree growing from wall.
Fine mosaics (probably 3rd Century B.C., Alexandrian style.
Mosaic of roan with cape and bow.
Woman with shawl above head.
Woman in wicker chair, arm outstretched.
Angel with wings, pot in foreground.
Man with cape and trident.
Two men, probably boxers.
A man, rope, cart, 2 oxen.
End of mosaic series.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Lagoudhera, Paphos, Mosaics, Churches, Antiquities, Candy making|
|Tags:||Antiquities | Candy making | Churches | Lagoudhera | Mosaics | Paphos|
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