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  1. Assassination and Intrigue in Muscat 1866–68

    Karen Stapley The struggle for power in Muscat 1866–68 following the death, in suspicious circumstances, of Sayyid Thuwaynī bin Sa‘īd Āl ...


  2. Muscat and the Monsoon

    the sails of their dhows and travel out of the Gulf to Muscat and then onto Zanzibar, returning some months... the Gulf’s mariners. IOR/L/PS/20/C91/2, ...


  3. Country Profile: Oman

    million persons. Its capital is Muscat. Consisting of a mountainous interior and the al-Batinah coastal... to receive the Indian Ocean monsoon. ...


  4. A Close Relationship: Britain and Oman since 1750

    in the Indian Ocean The Al Bu Sa’id has been the ruling family of Muscat and Oman since 1749. During this time... independence following its ...


  5. Khidma: Britain’s Pragmatic Approach to Justice in the Gulf

    of the Muscat Order in Council, 1915, relating to municipal matters in Muscat, dated 1935. IOR/R/15/1/297, f.... making local laws and ...


  6. The Indigo Trade in the Gulf in the Nineteenth Century

    arrived at the British Government’s Political Agency in Muscat, having been shipwrecked a hundred... in the Dominions of His Highness the Imam ...


  7. Mombasa: Britain’s Shortest-Lived Protectorate?

    British officials in a contentious situation with the Sultan of Muscat and Zanzibar. On 8 February 1824,... themselves of Omani origin and under ...


  8. The Financial Troubles of Said bin Taimur

    the mountainous interior. 81055/vdc_100023511755.0x00001a Portrait of Said bin Taimur, Sultan of Muscat and Oman.... as the de facto authority ...


  9. Gwadar: the Sultan’s Possession

    Martin Woodward Gwadar was an enclave of the Sultanate of Muscat and Oman for nearly 200 years,... in the course of discussions between the British ...


  10. Telegraphy: The Gulf’s Most Admired Means of Communication in the 1860s

    had concluded negotiations with the Sultan of Muscat, Thuwaynī bin Saʻīd Āl Bū Saʻīd, which resulted in the signing of articles of ...


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