Society and Trade in South Arabia
Gerald Rex Smith
Variorum, 1996 - Business & Economics - 350 pages
This book is the fourth and final collection of Professor R.B. Serjeant's articles on the trade, commerce and society of South Arabia and Yemen. The early articles concern trade, while later ones deal with customery law with social history.
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Sunnah Qur an Urf
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