The double-horned rahl, or North Arabian camel saddle, introduced after about 500 BC, was a revolutionary design that allowed a mounted warrior to fight on camel back. - stock photo
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The double-horned rahl, or North Arabian camel saddle, introduced after about 500 BC, was a revolutionary design that allowed a mounted warrior to fight on camel back.

The double-horned rahl, or North Arabian camel saddle, introduced after about 500 BC, was a revolutionary design that allowed a mounted warrior to fight on camel back. It remains in use thoughout much of the Arab world today. Country of Origin: United Arab Emirates. Culture: Islamic. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/al- Ain Museum . Location: 10.

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Heritage Images / Werner Forman Archive 2

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3729 x 2822 pixels

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12 x 9 inches / 32 x 24 cm

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