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Ethiopia 1969 Reel 4 of 65

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Film Id:F16-0347
Film Description:Makale

Shotlist

Reel 4 of 65
Unedited travelogue
Kombolcha
Wargesa
Gobi
Mek'ele

Woman with spindle.
Woman carrying water jugs: note cups, gourd in jug to minimize
spilling.
Timber carried to market.
Woman with leather dinner pail, reed umbrella.
Fixed or rigid umbrella (cu).
Market at Wargesa [?]: general view.
Typical grain weighing scales (distant shot).
Roadside scene, women walking with jugs, people, goods, animals.
Outdoor horizontal loom under burlap shelter: shuttle action.
Foot treadle action.
Market (at Gobi). Small reed umbrella.
Sawing slabs of salt from desert.
Cattle market.
Stalls with crude roofs.
Market scene.
Woman carrying water jug on back using rope.
Pit dug to collect ground water seepage.
Camels.
Typical zig-zag mountain road.
Cactus in bloom.
Stone walled thatch roofed house: working area.
Gorge.
Family compound from a height (distant).
Market (at Mek'ele): woman with spindle, using side of house to make
warp.
Crude wooden bit for horse.
Salt slabs: 60 cents each.
Making tire shoes by hand: note worn whetstone.
Sharpening a knife on a stone.
Shoe making area: stone platforms (pan shot).
Foods for sale: grain, vegetables, on mats and in baskets.
Reed baskets with flanged cover (mcu).
Foods for sale: contents of a basket (cu),
Market. Crowd (pan shot).
Rock platforms.
Mud-dung covers for baking bread.
Market: general view.
Colored split reeds for basket making.
Food on red cloth.
Clay pots.
Twig market: twigs are for baking bread, a donkey load costs 50c each,
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:
Tags: Gobi | Kombolcha | Marketplaces | Mek'ele
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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