|Film Description:||Reel 31 of 52|
ShotlistCat. Reel 322 1967: Reel 31: Tunisia. April 22. Thuburbo Majus. Zaghouan. Oued Ellilu. Dougga.
Water channel: note arches.
Aqueduct: line of gray stones shows water level (pan shot).
Aqueduct, low arches.
Arch pillars: internal construction revealed.
Aqueduct: side view: high arches, channel.
Aqueduct (distant Pan).
Woman, water barrel, donkey.
Layer of stones that has separated from a main structure.
Water channel: note lining in broken section.
Aqueduct arches: higher toward Tunis.
Arch construction (mcu).
Broken section of aqueduct.
Very high arches and water channel.
Aqueduct (en-route to Dougga) (distant shot).
Aqueduct (at Oued Ellilu).
Theater ruins (Dougga)
Olive oil mill (cu).
Headless marble statue: note robes.
Doorway, curved corridor under the stands.
Arch. Pan shot from orchestra area to seats to top of theatre.
Rope hole, possibly to hold an awning.
Stage: niches, side entrance.
Orchestra area: holes held stone slabs.
Stage niches. Orchestra area.
Theater (Dougga): View of seats from stage.
Roman road: chariot grooves in stone.
Deep chariot wheel groove,
Stone marked by opening of door.
Jupiter temple: well-preserved.
Statue: head of Jupiter: note teeth.
Forum: sundial lines on stones.
Forum (pan shot).
Jupiter temple (distant view).
Arch of Alexander S. (222 A.D.): stones have slipped a little . Niches
Cisterns supplying aqueduct.
Temple (Coelestis): curved wall in background.
Statue niches: note symmetrical arch (some frames out of focus).
Ruins of homes (pan shot).
Door lock: hole and groove in stone.
Mosaics in a home.
Stone door frame: through it, distant temple.
Mosaics: herringbone pattern around stone pool.
Large home: general view.
Roman public latrine, intact.
Door socket and door groove.
Temple of Coelestis (distant shot).
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||huburbo Majus, Zaghouan, Oued Ellilu, Roman ruins|
|Tags:||Oued Ellilu | Roman ruins | Thuburbo Majus | Zaghouan|
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