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A day at Gebel Moya, season 1912-13. Item 3.

Wellcome, Henry S. Sir, 1853-1936.
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About this work


Scenes of everyday life, archaeological digging and communal sports and recreation at Gebel (or Jebel) Moya, an archaeological site in the Sudan, excavated by Sir Henry Wellcome between 1911 and 1914 as a public works project. Includes scenes of Sir Henry seated watching the organised races and inspecting the excavations and consulting with archaeologists and officials.


[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 1912-1913.

Physical description

1 videocassette (VHS) (05 min.) : 1 DVD (05 min.) : 1 videocassette (HDD5) (05 min.) : 1 videocassette (DIGIBETA) (05 min.) : silent, black and white, PAL. silent, black and white silent, black and white silent, black and white

Copyright note

Wellcome Trust.


See F. Addison, "Jebel Moya" (Oxford, 1949); A Rupert Hall and B A Bembridge, "Physic and Philanthropy: A History of the Wellcome Trust 1936-1986" (Cambridge, 1986), pp. 11-14, 35-36; and John Symons, "The Benevolent Autocrat: Sir Henry in the Sudan", Wellcome Journal" (June 1991), pp. 8-11.
This item forms part of the compiled films of the same title, shelfmark 376.

Creator/production credits

Wellcome Foundation Ltd.


  • English

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