National Geographic : 1928 Jul
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE A BREAD MERCHANT OF CYPRUS The salesman baker peddles the product of his oven from a long, narrow counter which he bears upon his shoulder (see, also, illustration, page 36). PROVENDER FOR SPANISH CAVALRY HORSES These are the workers who sack, weigh, and carry heavy bags of carob pods. Instead of a shovel or a pitchfork, they use a sort of wooden trident. Most of the crop goes to England, Spain, France, and Egypt for cattle food, but some is made into sweets and syrups.