Nabatean Camel Herder -Petra,Jordan


Buried for centuries and uncovered only in 1997 are the remains of what was once a Nabatean frieze carved into the rocky walls of the Siq which shows the a larger than life image of the lower portion of a camel herder in this photo. His leather sandals with straps are seen  as is the deep water channel cut into the rock by the ancient Nabateans. The camel herder seems to be heading towards the city and the water channel is seen behind.  This was a place where water would pour into the Siq when it did rain and was considered a site with strong divine power by the Nabateans.


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