|Film Description:||Reel 29 of 52|
ShotlistCat. Reel 320. 1967: Reel 29: Tunisia. Nabeul. Thuburbo Majus. Kelibia. Dar
Chaabane. April 19-21
Grape vines (en route to Nabeul from Tunis).
8 pieces of pottery: vases, tea services, plate, etc. (cu).
Pottery and tile display.
Artist painting star-shaped pottery (cu).
Painting concave pot, guided by lines.
Brightly colored pottery display.
Tree in decorated pot at street intersection.
Decorated doors and windows.
Gaudy tile work of "Poterie Artistique" building exterior (cu).
Tile work (cu)
Miniature cut stone building.
9 cut-stone pieces (Dar Chaabane).
Gathering flowers for perfume manufacture.
Burlap sheets to catch fallen flowers.
Flowers (heavy, sickening smell).
Fort (at Kelibia) (Distant view).
Fort: view inside walls.
Steps to serrated wall.
View from fort: plain to coast.
Temple of Minerva: Four upright pillars, four struts (Thuburo Majus
Temple of Minerva: front view.
Pillar with capital (pan shot).
Ruins by Minerva Temple: stone walls, doorways (pan shot).
Forum. Temple of Jupiter (pan shot).
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Nabeul, Thuburbo Majus, Kelibia, Dar Chaabane, Ceramics, Pottery, Roman ruins|
|Tags:||Ceramics | Dar Chaabane | Kelibia | Nabeul | Pottery | Roman ruins | Thuburbo Majus|
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