|THE NEGEV BEDOUIN
|the traditional tent, the man as host, the woman in the family context.
|weapons, personal objects, smoking items.
|jewellery, items for daily use by young and adult women.
|THE FLOCK AND ITS PRODUCE
|various dairy products and their way of production; wool processing, spinning and weaving; rugs for decorating and furnishing the tent.
|wooden plows, harvesting tools,equipment for threshing and transporting.
|MIGRATION AND THE SEARCH FOR WATER
|the roads to the oases and to water, the palm tree with its wide variety of products.
|various riding and packing saddles, decorations for the camel and riding equipment. One of the attractions of the exhibition is an exact replica of fully decorated wedding camel.
|FISHING AND HUNTING
|Rare finds which represent the functions of fishing and hunting, fishermen's nets, a raft, fishing gear, authentic hunting weapons.
|OBJECTS FROM SINAI
|a rare collection of items made of wood leather, palm fronds, clay, and metal used in daily bedouin life.
|THE SINAI MOUNTAINS
|a small tribute to the high mountains of southern Sinai near Santa Catherina; a display of the special culture of the Jabaliya tribe including the work of the l local jeweler and children's toys.
|an exact replica model and photograph of the "maq'ad," the gathering place next to the sheik's tomb.
|TRADITIONS AND CUSTOMS
|slides and photographs of traditional customs un the Negev and Sinai.
|sculpture drawing woodwork, and embroidery by bedouin artists.
|a scaled model (diorama) of a bedouin settlement; screening areas for films and slides on aspects of bedouin life.
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