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Persian water-wheel (noria), used for irrigation in Nubia
Lithograph by en:Louis Haghe from painting by en:David Roberts (painter) (1796-1864).
Date 1838
Source Illus. in: Egypt & Nubia / from drawings made on the spot by David Roberts ... ; lithographed by Louis Haghe. London : F.G. Moon, 1846-1849, v. 2, pt. 9. Library of Congress, Reproduction number LC-USZC4-4033
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