Old Photographs of Oman

The early morning goat and cattle market attracts buyers and sellers from miles around. Traditional dress is the norm. Here on the left a buyer wears the distinctive curved dagger, called a khanjar. Nizwa, 2004. © Ian Berry/Magnum Photos
Oman, 1972. © Bruno Barbey/Magnum Photos
Muscat, 1972. © Bruno Barbey/Magnum Photos
Nizwa souq, 2013. © Bruno Barbey/Magnum Photos
Veiled woman, Muscat, 1969. © Eve Arnold/Magnum Photos
Governor Sheikh Musalam bin Ali Albusaidi, Ibri, 1971. © Bruno Barbey/Magnum Photos
A woman outside her hut in a purdah compound, Muscat, 1969. © Eve Arnold/Magnum Photos
Oasis of Nizwa, rich agriculture that provides the whole country with dates and citrus, 1971. © Bruno Barbey/Magnum Photos
The souq, Muscat. © Bruno Barbey/Magnum Photos
An audience of men watches a bullfight, Sohar. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
Bullfight, Sohar. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
Bullfight, Sohar. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
Bullfight, Sohar, 2007. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
Bullfight, Sohar, 2007. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
Bullfight, Sohar, 2007. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
Bullfight, Sohar, 2007. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
Bullfight, Sohar, 2007. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
Bullfight, Sohar, 2007. © A. Abbas/Magnum Photos
© Bruno Barbey/Magnum Photos
© Rene Burri/Magnum Photos

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