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" was sent with the caravan merely for the sake of state. Hence, succeeding princes of Egypt sent with each year's caravan of pilgrims a kind of H6dag (which received the name of Mahmal, or Mahmil) as an emblem of royalty, and the kings of other countries... "
The Englishwoman in Egypt: Letters from Cairo - Page 131
by Sophia Lane Poole - 1844
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An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians, Volume 2

Edward William Lane - 1836
...magnificent ho'dag (or covered litter), borne by a camel; and for several successive years, her empty ho'dag was sent with the caravan, merely for the sake of...sent, with each year's caravan of pilgrims, a kind of ho'dag (which received the name of "Mahh'mil"), as an emblem of royalty; and the kings of other countries...
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An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians ..., Volume 2

Edward William Lane - Egypt - 1836 - 419 pages
...magnificent ho'dag (or covered litter), borne by a camel; and for several successive years, her empty ho'dag was sent with the caravan, merely for the sake of...sent, with each year's caravan of pilgrims, a kind of ho'dag (which received the name of " Mahh'mil"), as an emblem of royalty; and the kings of other countries...
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An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians, Volume 2

Edward William Lane - 1836
...magnificent he/'dag (or covered litter), borne by a camel; and for several successive years, her empty ho'dag was sent with the caravan, merely for the sake of...sent, with each year's caravan of pilgrims, a kind of ho'dag (which received the name of " Mahh'mil"), as an emblem of royalty; and the kings of other countries...
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Egypt: a familiar description of the land, people and produce

History - 1839
...magnificent hodag (or covered litter), borne by a camel; and for several successive years her empty hodag was sent with the caravan merely for the sake of state....sent, with each year's caravan of pilgrims, a kind of hodag (which received the name of Mahhmil), as an emblem of royalty."—Lane's Modern Egyptians, vol....
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Egypt: a familiar description of the land, people and produce

History - 1850
...magnificent Tiodag, or covered litter, borne by a camel; and for several successive years her empty Jiodag was sent with the caravan merely for the sake of state....sent with each year's caravan of pilgrims a kind of hodag, which received the name of Mahhmil, as an emblem of royalty."—Lane's Modern Egyptians, vol....
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An Account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians

Edward William Lane - 1860 - 619 pages
...hódag'' (or covered litter), borne by a camel ; and for several successive years her empty hódag was sent with the caravan merely for the sake of state....sent, with each year's caravan of pilgrims, a kind of hódag (which received the name of " Mahmal," or " Mahrnil "), as an emblem of royalty ; and the kings...
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An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians: Written in ...

Edward William Lane - Egypt - 1860 - 619 pages
...magnificent " hodag " (or covered litter), borne by a camel; and for several successive years her empty hodag was sent with the caravan merely for the sake of state....sent, with each year's caravan of pilgrims, a kind of hodag (which received the name of " Mahmal," or " Mahmil "), as an emblem of royalty; and the kings...
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An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians: written in ...

Edward William Lane - History - 1871
...magnificent " hodag" (or covered litter), borne by a camel; and for several successive years her empty hodag was sent with the caravan merely for the sake of state....sent, with each year's caravan of pilgrims, a kind of hodag (which received the name of " Mahmal," or " Mahmil "), as an emblem of royalty; and the kings...
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Half Hours with Muhammad ...: Together with a Short Synopsis of the Religion ...

Arthur Naylor Wollaston - 1886 - 324 pages
...covered litter borne by a camel. After this, for several successive years, her empty litter accompanied the caravan merely for the sake of State; hence succeeding...Egypt sent with each year's caravan of pilgrims a Mahmil, as an emblem of Royalty. Burckhardt, however, believes the custom to have arisen from the circumstance...
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