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Jordan 1969 Reel 41 of 65

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Film Description:Reel 41 of 65
Unedited travelogue
Petra

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Reel 41 of 65
Unedited travelogue
Petra

Cat. Reel 384 1969: Reel 41: Jordan. Petra. June 3-4

Water drainage channel of the striation, tomb-striations on the left.
The Urn temple and tombs in wall above 5 pillars (pan shot).
Stubs on a door in wall opposite temple. Facade of Urn temple (clockwise
pan shot).
Windows in tomb.
Entrance door: note decorations, striations.
Large room in Urn Temple, used as Roman courtroom: note striations and recesses.
Tethering hole for securing prisoners: note pick marks.
Small recesses for lamps.
Tethering holes.
Theater, adjacent tombs.
The treasury (El Khazna): Petra's most exquisite building (short pan shot).
The treasury: upper part, carved urn supposed to contain treasure: note bullet marks.
The treasury: right side (pan shot).
Ornately carved entrance door, circular window.
Door carvings.
Round window.
Carved pillar inside vestibule.
Carvings inside treasury.
Door post holes in sill.
Door, striations.
The Sig, a pan shot to the top, viewed from the treasury.
Side valley: note stone steps.
Weathered rock.
"Plate shoes" worn by horses.
The treasury: 4 pillars of lower section (pan shot).
The treasury: upper section, note carvings, "toe holds" on side.
The treasury (pan shot).
Top of pillar. Bullet marks on statue. Details.
The treasury: upper part (pan shot).
Main Roman street, paved.
Ruins.
Steps leading to homes.
Locking device: a hole in rock.
Remaining columns along Roman Street (cu).
Paving of the Roman street.
Steps.
Triumphal arch, red doors of museum in distance.
Carved arch.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Petra, Nabataean ruins, Antiquities, Roman antiquities
Tags: Antiquities | Nabataean ruins | Petra | 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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