2 edition of Notes on the people of Siwah and El Garah in the Libyan desert found in the catalog.
Notes on the people of Siwah and El Garah in the Libyan desert
Walter Buchanan Cline
|Statement||by Walter Cline.|
|Series||General series in anthropology ;, no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||GN648 .C56 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||76044706|
TIL of a substance called "Libyan Desert Glass"; found in the Eastern Sahara and the deserts of Libya, this glass is of unknown origin (possibly from meteoric impacts), and has been found in ancient Egyptian Jewelry such as Tutankhamun's Pectoral. the Libyan desert which seems to be swallowing (or regurgitating) a person. (DAO Julien d'Huy). * @ ** CNRS/IFAS (UMIFRE 25) – School of Geogra- phy, Archaeology and Environmental Studies, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesberg [email protected] ***[email protected] Notes of the AARS – No13 -
Cline W.B. -Notes on the people of Siwah and El Garah in the Libyan desert. George Banta Publishing Company, General series in anthropology, n° 4, Menasha, Wis., 64 p. Author: Vincent Battesti. More than 90% of the country consists of desert areas, including the Libyan Desert in the W, a part of the Sahara, and the Arabian (or Eastern) Desert, which borders the Red Sea and the Gulf of Suez, in the E. The Libyan Desert (also known as the Western Desert) includes a vast sandy expanse called the Great Sand Sea.
A comment regarding color: Libyan Desert Glass appearance varies greatly with lighting the sunlight of its homeland, there is a slightly different wavelength mix than at higher or lower latitudes. In its native setting, LDG has hints of neon apple green whereas in my area (Spokane, Washington, USA), it is more of a straw yellow. Originally prepared by Melanie Nathan. NEW YORK – On the 52 nd anniversary of Jamaica’s independence from the United Kingdom, human rights activists renew their calls for the repeal of that country’s buggery law, which effectively criminalizes lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) life. Violation of the colonial-era law carries a sentence of up to 10 years imprisonment .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cline, Walter Buchanan, Notes on the people of Siwah and El Garah in the Libyan desert. Menasha, Wis., George Banta Pub. Co., ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by G. Banta Pub. Co., Menasha, Wis. which was issued as no.
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CLINE, Walter. Published by George Banta, Menasha (). NOTES ON THE PEOPLE OF SIWAH BY WALTER CLINE. The American anthropologist Walter Buchanan Cline () spent three months living in a mud hut in the Siwan Oasis in Egypt gathering information for his Notes on the People of Siwa and El Garah in the Libyan Desert (Menasha, Wisconsin, ), the first detailed ethnography of the Siwans, of considerable.
The Libyan Desert forms the northern and eastern part of the Sahara describes that part of the Sahara that lies within the present-day state of Libya; it also historically describes the desert to the south of Ancient Libya, a territory which lay to the east of the present-day Libyan Desert is one of the driest, harshest and most remote parts of the Sahara, the world's.
Walter Cline, Notes on the People of Siwah and El Garah in the Libyan Desert, Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing, ; Robin Maugham, journey to Siwa, London: Chapman and Hall, Barry D. Adam SIXTEENTH-CENTURY LEGISLATION This era brought to completion the trend toward criminalization of homo- sexuality throughout Christendom.
TheFile Size: KB. Discover Great Sand Sea Glass of the Libyan Desert in Qesm Al Wahat Ad Dakhlah, Egypt: Even King Tut was intrigued by the glass of the Great Sand Sea. Kuunika kwa Aphunzitsi ana a Sunday School. Sunday School Lessons. I Illus. Bembeke, Nyasaland: White Fathers' Mission.
Copy Book, class I. On their return journey they explore parts of the south Libyan Desert along the darb el Arbain till Selima and Wadi Halfa. BAGNOLD, R.A., "A further journey through the Lybian Desert", The Geographical Journal, Vol (), pp BAGNOLD.
Cline, Walter, Notes on the People of Siwah and el-Garah in the Libyan Desert, General Series in Anthropology, No. 4, American Anthropological Association, Vidal, F.S., “ Date Culture in the Oasis of al-Hasa,” VIII Middle East Journal, pp.
– ().Author: Richard T. Antoun. Bagnold was the greatest of the Libyan Desert explorers (first among his fellows, including the now better-known Count Almasy), a scientist of the first order (his Physics of Blown Sand and Desert Dunes has been a standard text on the subject for more than 50 years), and the founding leader of World War II's elite Long Range Desert Group (which /5(14).
Chicago citation style: Graves, C. H., Crossing the Libyan desert from Sakkara, Libyan Desert Saqqārah Ṣaqqārah, ca.
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Contemporary with the Israelite kingdom of Solomon and David, the Nubian conqueror Piye (Piankhy), and the Assyrian Assurbanipal, Egypt's Third Intermediate Period is of critical interest not only to Egyptologists but also to biblical historians, Africanists, and Assyriologists.
Spanning six centuries and as many dynasties, the turbulent era extended from approximately to. Libyan Desert Glass: the origin of the Libyan glass; a natural occurring glass formed as a result of a meteor impact some 28 million years ago.
The libyan glass was known to the ancient Egyptians as found in the Tutankhamen scarab pendant with Wadjet. Photos of the Libyan glass, chemical constituents, references.
Mysteries of the Libyan Desert W.J. Harding-King Originally published in it is now published as a facsimile edition by Darf Publishers (). The inclusion of the word “mysteries” in the title implies that the contents will be littered with colourful prose highlighting the romance of desert travel, but this is far from the case.
The Libyan Desert is inhabited in the north, down to Kufra, by white Bedouin Arabs. The Arabic word "Bedouin" means "dweller of the desert," as opposed to the "dweller of the city." Nowadays, however, it has come to mean any man who goes from.
Full text of "Visit to the great oasis of the Libyan desert; with an account of the oasis of Amun, and the See other formats.Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Libya Table of Contents The remaking of Libyan society that Qadhafi envisioned and to which he devoted his energies after the early s formally began in with a so-called cultural or popular revolution.Prior to I the Libyan Desert was the largest unexplored area in the world, but now, thanks to Hassanein Bey, the late Prince Kemal el Din, and others, the country has been covered by a network of travellers' routes.
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