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title: Bethlehem Folklore Museum (3): Brazier
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submitted by Spirit Of Sumud Tourism Program on 29.08.2009
Copyright (2009) Spirit Of Sumud Tourism Program

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The heating of the house was accomplished by means of two braziers or stoves: the Kanoon is a live-coal brass stove, with or without a cover. Small blazing coals and burnt olive stones are taken when consumed by Kanoon fire to feed the Nargileh or water pipe.

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