Kamal, Annales, XII (1912 p. 100):
9. A wooden brewery (length 46cm., Average width 19cm.), with six workers and the usual proportion of jugs and jars. The first worker, who is seated and dressed in a loincloth, holds a pestle in his left hand with which he crushes the grain in a mortar. He has before him a jug and three jars; between the jugs and the first two jars, a piece of wood placed on the ground simulates a box of rectangular shape. A man is standing near the tub, his left hand resting on the jar and his right hand extended towards the tub. Another workman is standing behind the jug which accompanies the three jars, and he places both hands on them. Behind these figures, we see a group of two men, the first of whom wears wood hanging from a band ( ?? à la bricole ??) , while the other brews the pale with two hands. The last of the workers carries two jars with a band ( ?? à la bricole ??). Roughly made.