They call themselves the "people of the tent," because they travelled around, living in tents.
Badw, Arab-speaking nomadic peoples of the Middle Eastern deserts.
Most Bedouins are animal herders who migrate into the desert during the rainy winter season and move back toward the cultivated land in the dry summer months. Bedouin tribes have traditionally been classified according to the animal species that are the basis of their livelihood. Historically many Bedouin groups also raided trade caravans and villages at the margins of settled areas or extracted payments from settled areas in return for protection.
Technique: Mixed Media on Canvas
Year Painted: 2013
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