National Geographic : 1919 Apr
THE SMALLER CONES IN THE CENTER OF THE PICTURE ARE GRANARIES AND PIGEON-HOUSES On the left of them are three engaged cones with a wedge-shaped annex which has a doornear the top of the wedge. Finger-and-toe holes lead to this door. These three cones are at present a granary, from which came the barley thatfed the animals intheauthor's caravan. Itwas brought out of the one hole on the backs of men, just as it had been carried in on their backs. Such agranary iscomparatively free from the visitation of thieves. Notice the cap on one of the cones. Here, as in many other cases, the cap could not maintain its position onthe tiptop of the cone but for the fact that it forms one integral conglomerate mass with the cone. Note the fruit drying inthe apertures atthe right.