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Turkey 1967 Reel 49 of 52

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Film Id:F16-0340
Film Description:Reel 49 of 52
Unedited travelogue
Canakkale
Akcaova
Bursa

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Reel 49 of 52
Unedited travelogue
Canakkale
Akcaova
Bursa

Cat. Reel 340 1967: Reel 49: Turkey: June 26-27. Çanakkale. Akçaova. Bursa.

Roman lamp: note figure.
Marble lion's head.
Roman stone ring for kneading clay.
Prehistoric grain grinding stone.
Clay pot with lid (Machean).
Pottery at Çanakkale:
Potter forming decorative lip by hand on wheel.
Potter starting a piece
Making and fastening handle by hand.
Kneading clay.
Six vases: one with three parts.
Kiln made of stone, brick, and earth.
Area for preparing clay fresh from the pits.
Stone kiln.
Forming lip of pot.
Vase.
Loading vase on wagon for market.
Brush fence cattle stockade (en-route to Bursa from Çanakkale).
Water buffalo.
Windmill for grinding wheat (Akçaova): wooden shaft arm with wheel
Wheel and shaft used to turn mill to face wind.
Miller in doorway.
Mill mechanism: wooden gears, etc. (dark interior).
Brake in operation.
Wooden gear wheels.
Main wheel, gears that control main shaft of the stone wheels (mcu).
Center shaft on which mill turns to face wind.
"Automatic" wooden mechanism to feed grain to wheels.
Bursa
Old Turkish town: balconies, painted houses, tile roofs, cobblestone
streets, grille windows.
Projection on power line pole to prevent climbing.
Tile sign.
Narrow street.
Milk wagon.
Stone house: Two-by-four studs at intervals.
Metal door knockers
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Çanakkale, Akçaova, Bursa, Ceramics, Pottery, Roman antiquities
Tags: Akçaova | Bursa | Çanakkale | Ceramics | Pottery | 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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