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Title:
My Ambulance Waiting at the Menzoul
Date:
1942 November
Description:

While Dr. Saleman was holding his clinic in the Menzoul (the Sheikh’s Guest Room), I walked up the Tel (Tel means Hill) and took this picture. Here, you can see that many of the conical mud houses have collapsed in the rain; but they have just built new ones. Many such small villages have a Tel (hill) like this nearby. It is thought to be a good place for archaeological digging; but I never saw any digs in Syria during the war.

Location: Tel El Toot, Syria.

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ME14
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Scanned by John C. Cobb or Picture Perfect ca. 2002-2004.
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