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Camels Collection

Background imageCamels Collection: Turkey / Izmir / Street / C19

Turkey / Izmir / Street / C19
A man leads his donkey and camels along a narrow street in Izmir. Date: 19th century

Background imageCamels Collection: Izmir, Turkey - Camel brand figs

Izmir, Turkey - Camel brand figs
Camel brand Figs from Izmir (Smyrna), Turkey. An advertising card featuring two laden camels from a camel train led by a driver riding a mule Date: circa 1901

Background imageCamels Collection: The Sahara Desert

The Sahara Desert, North west Africa - two camels stride across the sand, accompanied by their Bedouin owner. Date: circa 1915

Background imageCamels Collection: Pyramids of Gizeh, Egypt

Pyramids of Gizeh, Egypt
The Pyramids of Gizeh in Egypt, with water, trees, and camels in the foreground

Background imageCamels Collection: Street scene in Tbilisi (Tiflis), Georgia

Street scene in Tbilisi (Tiflis), Georgia
A street scene with oxen and camels in Tbilisi (Tiflis), Georgia. Date: circa 1880

Background imageCamels Collection: Camel Market Number 2 - Seaport of Aden, Yemen

Camel Market Number 2 - Seaport of Aden, Yemen Date: circa 1910s

Background imageCamels Collection: Oman / Mattrah

Oman / Mattrah
The market place in the old caravan town of Mattrah, Oman, Middle East. During the date harvest the mountains resound with the bleating of thousands of camels. Date: 1930s

Background imageCamels Collection: Nativity Scene

Nativity Scene
A tranquil Nativity scene showing the three kings arriving to present their gifts of gold, Frankincense and myrrh to the newborn baby Jesus

Background imageCamels Collection: The Pyramids and Sphinx, Giza, Egypt

The Pyramids and Sphinx, Giza, Egypt
The Pyramids and the Sphinx at Giza, Cairo, Egypt

Background imageCamels Collection: Promotional card for the Oriental Carpet Manufacturers Ltd

Promotional card for the Oriental Carpet Manufacturers Ltd - Turkish Company with head office at Smyrna (Izmir), Turkey and branches in London, Paris, Constantinople (Istanbul), New York, Cairo

Background imageCamels Collection: British Camel Corps in the Sudan, 1916

British Camel Corps in the Sudan, 1916
A British Camel Corps in the Sudan during the First World War. A similar Camel Corps to that shown helped to defeat the troops of the Sultan of Darfur (Ali Dinar)

Background imageCamels Collection: Face of a very handsome camel

Face of a very handsome camel
The close-up face of a very handsome camel. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageCamels Collection: Bedouins and camels in the desert, Egypt

Bedouins and camels in the desert, Egypt
A group of bedouins and their camels in the desert, Egypt. Date: early 20th century

Background imageCamels Collection: Imperial Camel Corps Brigade, Beersheba, WW1

Imperial Camel Corps Brigade, Beersheba, WW1
The Imperial Camel Corps Brigade outside Beersheba (Bir As-Saba) during the First World War. Date: November 1917

Background imageCamels Collection: Jerusalem Wheat Market

Jerusalem Wheat Market
Traders have come from far and wide on their camels to attend the wheat market, held by the city walls

Background imageCamels Collection: Novelty Camel Early C18

Novelty Camel Early C18
A bactrian or two-humped camel not a dromedary as billed on this flyer. This camel was displayed with her young betwixt the Queens Head & Crooked Billet, Fleet bridge

Background imageCamels Collection: Poster, The New Road to the East

Poster, The New Road to the East. 20th century

Background imageCamels Collection: Camel corps at Delhi Durbar, 1912

Camel corps at Delhi Durbar, 1912
An impressive incidient at the Delhi Durbar, 1912: His Highness the Nawab of Bahawalpur, the boy prince of India, leading his camel corps past the King-Emperor, who is returning his salute. Date: 1912

Background imageCamels Collection: Camels leaving Cairo for the Front, WW1

Camels leaving Cairo for the Front, WW1
A trainload of camels in Egypt belonging to the Imperial Camel Corps leaving Cairo for the Front. The picture was taken at a railway siding in Cairo

Background imageCamels Collection: Seven Sopwith 2F1 Camels lined up on the deck of HMS Furious

Seven Sopwith 2F1 Camels lined up on the deck of HMS Furious prior to the raid on the Tondern airship sheds on 19 July 1918

Background imageCamels Collection: Travel to India

Travel to India
Poster published by the British India Press, Bombay, advertising travel to India

Background imageCamels Collection: Mongolian Traders in China with camels

Mongolian Traders in China with camels
Mongolian Traders in China with their delightful camels and tent. A stop at the city gates at the end of a long trading journey

Background imageCamels Collection: Izmir, Turkey - Camel Train passes Mosque

Izmir, Turkey - Camel Train passes Mosque
A camel train passes a Mosque, following the Great Fire. Following the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in World War I, the Greek Army occupied Izmir

Background imageCamels Collection: Camels and Iron Horse

Camels and Iron Horse
NORTH AFRICA : flesh-and-blood camels are alarmed by the iron horse

Background imageCamels Collection: Camel caravan, city wallls, Beijing, Peking, China c. 1900

Camel caravan, city wallls, Beijing, Peking, China c. 1900
Camel caravan, city wallls, Beijing, Peking, China c.1900

Background imageCamels Collection: Bedouin tribesmen in Egyptian desert, WW1

Bedouin tribesmen in Egyptian desert, WW1
Bedouin tribesmen riding camels in the Egyptian desert, 21 November 1914, in the early stages of the First World War. It was men like these who fought with Lawrence of Arabia. 1914

Background imageCamels Collection: Camel Caravan - Aden, Yemen

Camel Caravan - Aden, Yemen. 1920

Background imageCamels Collection: Circus Parade Date: 1891

Circus Parade Date: 1891

Background imageCamels Collection: Nomad migration, Early Iron Age, Kazakhstan area

Nomad migration, Early Iron Age, Kazakhstan area
Nomads of the Early Iron Age in the Kazakhstan area, with caravan and camel train. 1200-550 BCE

Background imageCamels Collection: Ancient metal workers, Kazakhstan

Ancient metal workers, Kazakhstan
Two Kazakh craftsmen (blacksmiths) shaping metal by hammering. In the background are a yurt, horses, camels and camel keeper. BCE

Background imageCamels Collection: Two-headed camel? Birqash Camel Market near Cairo, Egypt

Two-headed camel? Birqash Camel Market near Cairo, Egypt. This image is a genuine photograph and is NOT faked Date: 2010

Background imageCamels Collection: Kano Airport, Nigeria - Camel rider with horn

Kano Airport, Nigeria - Camel rider with horn (and spare camel...). Date: circa 1960s

Background imageCamels Collection: Egypt - harvesting dates from a date palm tree

Egypt - harvesting dates from a date palm tree Date: circa 1900s

Background imageCamels Collection: Sopwith Camels ready to fly over German lines - WW1

Sopwith Camels ready to fly over German lines - WW1
Sopwith Camels ready to fly over German lines during the First World War

Background imageCamels Collection: Prince Mohamed Ali, brother of the Khedive

Prince Mohamed Ali, brother of the Khedive
Prince Mohamed Ali, brother of His Highness the Khedive Date: 1898

Background imageCamels Collection: Bridal Coach - Souvenir of Egypt, 1898

Bridal Coach - Souvenir of Egypt, 1898
Bridal Coach, Egypt Date: 1898

Background imageCamels Collection: Camels transporting coal, Beijing, China, early 1900s

Camels transporting coal, Beijing, China, early 1900s

Background imageCamels Collection: The Sphinx and Pyramids of Giza, Cairo, Egypt

The Sphinx and Pyramids of Giza, Cairo, Egypt. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageCamels Collection: Dromedary camels being cleaned in the River Nile

Dromedary camels being cleaned in the River Nile
Dromedary camels being cleaned by their handlers/drivers in the waters of the River Nile, Egypt. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageCamels Collection: The Hill Fortress of Gwalior, recaptured 19 June 1858

The Hill Fortress of Gwalior, recaptured 19 June 1858
The Hill Fortress of Gwalior, recaptured on 19 June 1858 Date: 1858

Background imageCamels Collection: Empress Eugenie's visit to Egypt

Empress Eugenie's visit to Egypt in November 1869 for the opening of the Suez Canal. Date: 1869

Background imageCamels Collection: Military Men

Military Men
An oil painting used as a design for a mural decoration for the Public Library of Melbourne, showing a band of millitary men on horses and camels. Date: circa 1924

Background imageCamels Collection: Egyptian and camel with a pyramid behind

Egyptian and camel with a pyramid behind Date: circa 1880

Background imageCamels Collection: Mahdist War - Sudan Campaign - Death of Cameron

Mahdist War - Sudan Campaign - Death of Cameron - Soldiers by camel. Other camels sitting on sand. Part of Box 244 Boswell Collection - Sudan War. Date: 1881 - 1889

Background imageCamels Collection: CAMEL (BEWICK)

CAMEL (BEWICK)
Camelus bactrianus : you can drink its milk, ride it, use it to transport your merchan- -dise - and when it dies you can eat it and weave its hair into clothing or furnishings. Date: 1790

Background imageCamels Collection: Camels

Camels by George Rankin

Background imageCamels Collection: The Camels Promenade at London Zoo animals Watercolour

The Camels Promenade at London Zoo animals Watercolour
The, Camels, Promenade, at, London, Zoo, animals, Watercolour, painting, Charles, T, Howard, 12021952

Background imageCamels Collection: Iraqi Desert Police, mounted on camels

Iraqi Desert Police, mounted on camels. Date: circa 1920s



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