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Cyprus 1969 Reel 48 of 65

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Film Id:F16-0391
Film Description:Reel 48 of 65
Unedited travelogue
en route to Monastery of Apostolos
Barnabas

Shotlist

Cat. Reel 391 1969: Keel 48 Cyprus. June 15.

En-route to Apostolos Andreas Monastery
Barnabas.
Iron water wheel with buckets.
Irrigation channel: pipes.
Water wheel: wheels, buckets, cogs, pins in operation.
Barnabas Monastery: 3 domes.
Altar in St. Barnabas Church, paintings, decoration.
Large icon. (mcu).
Iron with silvery frame and silver halo.
Carved altar with icons.
Icons.
Painted cross in alcove.
Small icons on top of altar.
Large carved wooden chair.
Icon in the back of above chair.
Large icon: nativity scene.
Altar with icon of St. Barnabas.
Icon: St.Barnabas.
A Christening ceremony: priests read instructions to the mother as they walk together.
Picture of St. David and Dragon (ca. 5th Century A.D.).
Stone carving at older monastery (largely covered over during
18th Century restoration).
Christening ceremony: baby dipped in wine.
Tomb mound (burial tombs of 7th and 8th century B.C. kings, cut in rock, found between Barnabas and Salamis.
Tomb no. 47: under glass, bones of two horses.
Royal tomb no. 2: stone plaza.
Tomb no. 3 under tell, below ground level.
Tomb above ground: stone vault.
Door to tomb (?).
Three-section water channel, probably to a cistern.
Holes of door lock mechanism. Door swing groove.
Gymnasium and bath at Salamis, (pan shot).
A bath.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Apostolos Andreas Monastery, Christening ceremony, Initiation rites, Churches
Tags: Apostolos Andreas Monastery | Christening ceremony | Churches | Initiation rites
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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