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  1. The British Library: How Many Institutions Became One

    collection of Arabic manuscripts and material related to the Gulf, is held in the British Library collection.... 81055/vdc_100023511061.0x00001b ...


  2. Country Profile: United Arab Emirates

    between the British and United Arab Emirates, as illustrated through the India Office Records. Originally... the United Arab Emirates, ...


  3. Microtones: The Piano and Muhammad Al-Qubanshi – The First Congress of Arabic Music and Early Recordings from Iraq

    Rolf Killius Thanks to the recording sessions at the first Arabic Music Congress in 1932 in Cairo, we can still listen to a selection of early ...


  4. ‘For the Sake of Freedom’: British World War II Propaganda Posters in Arabic

    an unexpected example of British, Arabic-language propaganda. An unassuming financial file that forms part of the India Office Records contains ...


  5. The Cradle of Arabic Sawt Music: The Early Musician Generations in Kuwait

    of his life he played a simple version of the Arabic lute or an ‘Indian lute’; at this time the classical Arabic lute was not yet ...


  6. Interlocking Patterns Meet Arabic Poetry: Musical Genres in the Upper Gulf Region

    (in Arabic fann al-baḥri), that is music related to fishing, pearling and the sea trade, is not only... the scales and method of playing the ...


  7. Robots, Musicians and Monsters: The World’s Most Fantastic Clocks

    f. 149r Arabic Manuscripts Sciences and Medicine Text:  Jazarī, Ismāʻīl ibn al-Razzāz, The Book... But this was not always the ...


  8. The Making of Medical Manuals: The 'Questions and Answers' Format in Ḥunayn Ibn Isḥāq’s Medical Manuals

    in assisting many generations of medical students. Ḥunayn ibn Isḥāq al-‘Ibādī Arabic Manuscripts Sciences... Maria Chicco Ḥunayn ...


  9. Thesiger’s Clothes: Empire and Exploration in the Arabian Peninsula

    Europeans had journeyed far into the interior of the Arabian Peninsula. Members of the indigenous Arab population, of course, had done so a great ...


  10. Sahl ibn Bishr and the Rise of Astrology in Abbasid Times

    and Manuscript Library, Yale University, Arabic MSS 523, f. 50a)... in the British Library manuscript Or. 12802 bears no title, although another ...


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