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Morocco 1997-  A Berber Home in the Desert - Umm Ali  pours tea from a small, chipped enamel tea pot. These are the favorite tea pots for family use http://www.rosemarysheel.com/archives/morocco-tea

Gentle tea preparation and serving is at the heart of rural Berber hospitality. So evocative

Africa | "Jeunes femmes des Ida ou Zekri aux visages tatoués.". Centre Anti-Atlas - Igherm. | Morocco, ca 1934 - 39 | ©Jean Besancenot

Berber Women from the Anti Atlas Morocco; from the Berber Women of Morocco Exhibition

Africa | Parure de bijoux d'or d'une citadine arabe de Fès. Maroc. ca. 1939 | ©Jean Besancenot

Africa | Parure de bijoux d'or d'une citadine arabe de Fès. Maroc. ca. 1939 | ©Jean Besancenot

jewish bride and groom, 1930. jerusalem.

Bukharian Jews There's a long interesting history -of Jewish life along the Silk Road. I tend to think most of the scholarship would be in Russian.

Africa | Jewish Berber woman from Tinghir, Morocco. August, 1938 | ©Germaine Laoust-Chantréaux,

Africa | Jewish Berber woman from Tinghir, Morocco. August, 1938 | ©Germaine Laoust-Chantréaux,

Africa | "Femme juive de Tiznit".  Morocco.  ca. 1934 - 1939 | ©Jean Besancenot

Africa | "Femme juive de Tiznit". Morocco. ca. 1934 - 1939 | ©Jean Besancenot

A Habbani Jewish woman from Yemen wearing traditional dress and jewelry. 1946. || Photograph by Zoltan Kluger.  #jjexplores

A Habbani Jewish woman from Yemen wearing traditional dress and jewelry. Photograph by Zoltan Kluger.

Jewish woman from Tetuan (Morocco) wearing traditional costume and jewlry

SEFARAD / Jewish Spain - Young Jewish woman from Tétouan, Morocco. quarter of the century.

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