Egyptian fellahin watering the gardens near the pyramids.

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Fellahin Waterers of Garden

Egypt Fellahin Waterers

Water is carried in these closely woven baskets to the gardens in the vicinity.

The foremost persons in the cortege are usually six, more often more, poor and generally blind men who chant the greed –  “There is no god but god; Mahommed is the ambassador of god; God be gracious to him and preserve him”.

Continuing

Note:  Assyrian Trinkets. Jewels, Adornments, precious stones and gold.

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