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Jordan 1969 Reel 46 of 65

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Film Id:F16-0389
Film Description:Reel 46 of 65
Unedited travelogue
Jarash
Ajlun

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Reel 46 of 65
Unedited travelogue
Jarash
Ajlun

Cat. Reel 389 1969: Reel 46: Jordan. June 8-9. Jarash. Ajloun.

Mosaics (all cu or mcu):
Mosaic in St. Cosmos and Domianus Church: trees, man.
A bird.
Man with pail and shin guards.
Dog on leash.
Cow.
Coiled geometric design.
Bird.
Swastika design.
Coil design.
Jug with long handle (in Museum).
Jugs: 3 examples.
Mosaics from Jarash: buildings, a bird.
Mosaic: beautiful jug with two large handles.
Mosaic.
Carved stone communion vessel.
Grey stone carving of man's bowed head.
Red statue (in "case of Venus").
Ceremonial pool at Cathedral Church (A.D. 375).
Hexagonal paving stones.
Columns, column stubs, temple platform.
Niche for statue.
Sculptured stones: geometric designs.
Flat arch with keystone at Cathedral entrance.
Street of Columns: looking toward North Gate.
North tetra pylon.
Projecting stone on pylon, for a statue.
Street of Columns(the thalass, a ritual vessel)
Street of Columns: looking south, note columns.
Alcoves thistle flowers.
North Theater (has alcoves in middle promenade):
Pillars, entablature.
Alcove.
Thistle.
Arch of bath house.
Columns: view from Rest House. (pan shot).
View from Hadrian Gate. (pan shot).
Ajlun Castle (c. 1184): interior passageway, storerooms, square tower
Well built wall with arrow slots
Tower.
Moat, pan shot up the side at the corner.
Corner: masonry built upon rock.
Wall.
Projection, probably for pouring down hot oil, lime, stones, etc.
Moat (probably).
Side wall with "return holes," possibly "hitching post."
Interior steps and alcoves in wall.
Arrow slot. Well on side stairs.
Room: roof constructed with small stones.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Jarash, Ajloun, Mosaics, Roman antiquities, Greek antiquities
Tags: Ajloun | Greek antiquities | Jarash | Mosaics | Roman antiquities
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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