Camels Resting in the Sherkiyeh. Land of Goshen,

Emile, Prisse, d’Avennes, Orient, Traditional, Arabian, costume, Camels, Sherkiyeh,
Camels resting in the Sherkiyeh. Land of Goshen.

Camels Resting in the Sherkiyeh. Land of Goshen, Lower Egypt.

Source: The Oriental Album. Characters, Costumes, And Modes Of Life, In The Valley Of The Nile. Published 1848. Drawings by Prisse d’Avennes 1807-1879. Lithographs by various artists. Printed by Lemercier in Paris, James Madden in London, and Madden & Malcolm in London.

David Roberts, holy, land, levante, palestine,
Note:  Mount Tabor, the mountain of the world in Galilee in northern Israel.

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