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|Statement||being a translation from the Arabic with linguistic, geographic, and historic notes of the eighth book of al-Hamdāni"s al-Iklīl, reconstructed from al-Karmali"s edition and a MS in the Garrett Collection, Princeton University Library, by Nabih Amin Faris.|
|Series||Princeton oriental texts -- vol. 3|
|Contributions||Faris, Nabih Amin, 1906-, Anastās Mārī, al-Kirmilī, d. 1947|
|LC Classifications||DS247.Y47 H3 1938|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||119|
Download the antiquities of south arabia being a translation from the arabic with linguistic geographic and historic notes of the eighth book of al hamd ni s al ikl l reconstructed from al karmali s edition and a ms in the garrett collection princeton university library by nabih amin faris or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Get this from a library! The antiquities of South Arabia: being a translation from the Arabic with linguistic, geographic, and historic notes of the eighth book of al-Hamdāni's al-Iklīl: reconstructed from al-Karmali's edition and a MS in the Garrett Collection, Princeton University, Library. [al-Hamdāni; Nabih Amin Faris]. Get this from a library! The antiquities of South Arabia: Being a transl. from the Arabic with linguistic, geographic, and historic notes of the 8th book of [Al-Ḥasan Ibn-Aḥmad Ibn-Jaʻqūb] al-Haṃdānī's Al-iklīl ; Reconstructed from Al-Karmali's ed. and a MS in the Garrett Collection, Princeton Univ., Library. [al-Ḥasan Ibn-Aḥmad Ibn-Jaʻqūb al- Haṃdānı̄; Nabīh Amīn Fāris]. Archaeology & antiquities Rare first editions, signed and inscribed copies, deluxe and collectible editions of books, pamphlets, and ephemera relating to archaeology, the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of material culture, including antiquarianism; also the discipline of paleontology, the study of fossil remains.
Antiquities of the Jews - Book XVII. that this potion was brought out of Arabia by a woman, under pretense indeed as a love-potion, for that was its name, but in reality to kill Pheroras; for that the Arabian women are skillful in making such poisons: and the woman to whom they ascribe this was confessedly a most intimate friend of one of. Antiquities of the Jews - Book I. Abraham contrived to settle them in colonies; and they took possession of Troglodytis, and the country of Arabia the Happy, as far as it reaches to the Red Sea. It is related of this Ophren, that he made war against Libya, and took it, and that his grandchildren, when they inhabited it, called it (from his. Oct 1, - Pre-Islamic Arabian & South Arabian artefacts, whether derived from personal or institutional collections or from archaeological fieldwork. See more ideas about Ancient near east, Ancient art and Archaeology pins. Antiquities is a must for any serious Bible student's library. I also recommend Fox's book of Martyrs and Eusebius' history of the church. While nothing can compare to the inspired word of God: The Bible - these and other books of ancient history are helpful in understanding the people, places and events comprising the Biblical world/5(31).
Al-Ukhdūd (Arabic: الأخدود ), formerly known as Raqmat (Arabic: رقمات ), is located in the south of Saudi Arabia in Bir Hima/Najrān region, about 1, km ( mi) to the south of ation of the city was begun around by group of Saudi historians. Since then, many antiques have been found, and the greatest discovery in the town was of the place where the king. Antiquities of the Jews - Book XIV. HOW HEROD GOT AWAY FROM THE KING OF ARABIA AND MADE HASTE TO GO INTO EGYPT AND THENCE WENT AWAY IN HASTE ALSO TO ROME; AND HOW, BY PROMISING A GREAT DEAL OF MONEY TO ANTONY HE OBTAINED OF THE SENATE AND OF CAESAR TO BE MADE KING OF THE JEWS. show the mistake of those that understand . Books shelved as saudi-arabia: Girls of Riyadh by Rajaa Alsanea, Finding Nouf by Zoë Ferraris, Princess: A True Story of Life Behind the Veil in Saudi Ar. The Antiquities of the Jews/Book XV. Jump to navigation Jump to search ←Book XIV. The Antiquities of the Jews by Josephus, translated by William Whiston on account of the impetuous south winds that beat upon them, which rolling the sands that come from the sea against the shores, do not admit of ships lying in their station; but the.