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Product images of Woman of Dsjidda (Jeddah) selling flatbread
Product details Woman of Dsjidda (Jeddah) selling flatbread
Woman of Dsjidda (Jeddah) selling flatbread
Woman of Dsjidda (Jeddah) selling flatbread, Arabia, c1772-1774. From the account of the expedition to Arabia and the Middle East undertaken by the German explorer Carsten Niebuhr on behalf of Frederick V of Denmark in 1761-1767. Niebuhr was the only survivor of the journey, with his companions, including the expedition's artist, Georg Wilhelm Baurenfeind, succumbing to disease.
- Image ref: 1649649
- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images