National Geographic : 1958 Jan
144 Bargaining in the Livestock Market Is a Time-honored Ritual A trip to the open-air market is a rare treat for these youngsters, one hugging her father and the other gravely watching the photographer. Perched on a hilltop, elders haggle over the price of goats and sheep and bewail the small profits on their sales. Goats form a basic resource of pastoral peoples in central Anatolia. In fact, the Angora goat (lower right) gets its name from a Turkish prov ince-Ankara, formerly Angora. Four sheep cluster near the men. Moslem Washes His Feet Before Going Indoors to Pray Wall rack holds the farmer's flower garden. His plants grow in bottomless earthen jugs turned upside down.