The Middle East-- Unity and Diversity: Papers from the Second Nordic Conference on Middle Eastern Studies, Copenhagen 22-25. October 1992
Heikki Palva, Knut S. VikÝr
NIAS Press, 1993 - Middle East - 247 pages
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