New Arabian Studies, Volume 5

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G. Rex Smith, J. R. Smart, B. R. Pridham
University of Exeter Press, Jan 1, 2000 - History - 236 pages
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New Arabian Studies is an international journal covering a wide spectrum of topics including geography, archaeology, history, architecture, agriculture, language, dialect, sociology, documents, literature and religion. It provides authoritative information intended to appeal to both the specialist and general reader. Both the traditional and the modern aspects of Arabia are covered, excluding contemporary controversial politics.

Contributions by
Hussein Abdullah al-Amri, Hamid I. Al-Mazrou, W. J. Donaldson, Ali Tigani ElMahi, Caesar E. Farah, Ulrike Freitag, David Insall, Eric Macro and Hanne Schönig

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G. Rex Smith is retired and was previously Professor of Arabic, University of Manchester B.R. Pridham is the former Director of the Centre for Arab Gulf Studies, University of Exeter. J.R. Smart is retired and was previously a lecturer in Arabic, University of Exeter

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