Stretched over the sands at Marib in Yemen, home of the legendary Queen of Sheba, is a long squeeze of an ancient South Arabian inscription. Father Jamme holds the right end of the latex impression which is a permanent portable copy of the original stone carving that can be rolled up for storage. The squeeze is made by painting over an inscription with a thin layer of liquid rubber or plastic, then covering this layer with cloth and additional rubber and plastic. When dry, it can be peeled off the wall.