T.E. Lawrence suggests his old friend and pen-pal Indiana Jones (aka Henri Defense) for an undercover mission in Gaza, where Indy befriends some members of the Australian Lighthorseman Regiment. The British plan to attack Beersheba but have to cross a grueling desert to do so. To get into Beersheba first, Indy poses as an Arab trader and is accompanied by a 'belly dancer' named Maya. Written by
The TV Archaeologist
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Indy and Maya ride across the desert on two-humped camels (Bactrian camels) which are native to the steppes of Eastern Asia. In 1917 Palestine, the available rides would have been one-humped dromedary camels. See more
It's good to see you, Ned.
You too. Though I'm shocked to find you so grown up. In my mind's eye you're still the little boy that I used to terrify with tales of mummies stalking the night.
They still scare me thanks to you.
Then I've done some good in the world.
Edited from The Lighthorsemen