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" Elam ; on the south by the Persian Gulf; and on the west by the Arabian desert. It constitutes the largest portion of the country now known as "Iraq el Arabi. "
The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge - Page 7
1918
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Sporting Anecdotes, Original and Selected: Including Numerous Characteristic ...

Pierce Egan - Sports - 1823
...Mountstuart Elphinstone. The distant and extensive kingdom of Canbul, bounded on the east by Hindostan, on the south by the Persian gulf, and on the west by a desert, contains some animals apparently of a species distinct from those of other parts. The dogs,...
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A sister's gift; conversations on sacred subjects [by A. Manning].

Anne Manning - 1826
...Babylonia itself will satisfy you, I can tell you, that it was bounded on the east by the river Tigris, on the south by the Persian Gulf, and on the west by Arabia; the nothern limit is uncertain. It was the most ancient kingdom in the world. 1 HARRIETTE....
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A system of geography

Thomas Keith - 1826
...equal to that of Mont Blanc in Switzerland. and by the Indus which divides it from Lahore in India; on the south by the Persian Gulf; and on the west by Turkey in Asia. Persia is divided into two monarchies, that of FutteAli-Sha on the west, and that of...
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An introduction to geography, and the use of the globes

James Charlton - 1829
...bounded on the north by Georgia, the Caspian Sea, and Independent Tartary; on the east by Afghanistan ; on the south by the Persian Gulf; and on the west by Turkey. 2. EXTENT.—It extends from 26° to 40° N. latitude ; and from 44° to 61° E. longitude...
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An Abridgement of Universal Geography: Modern and Ancient

Adriano Balbi - Geography - 1835 - 520 pages
...part of the Persian empire. Persia Proper was bounded on the north by Media; on the east by Carmania; on the south by the Persian Gulf; and on the west by Susiana. The principal rivers of Persis were the Medus (Abi-Kuren), which emptied itself into a lake;...
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The Sunday school magazine, and journal of Christian instruction. [Continued ...

1841
...according to the Greek and Latin writers, was bounded on the north by Mesopotamia, on the east by Susiana, on the south by the Persian Gulf, and on the west by Arabia Deserta. It is sometimes called Babylonia, from Babylon, its capital. According to the sacred...
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Biblical topography, lectures

Samuel Ransom - 1840
...to the Greek and Latin writers, was bounded, on the north, by Mesopotamia, on the east, by Susiana, on the south, by the Persian Gulf, and, on the west, by Arabia Deserta. This country is sometimes called Babylonia, from Babylon, its capital. According to...
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A cyclopędia of biblical literature, ed. by J. Kitto, Volume 1

John Kitto - 1845
...inhabited it), a province of Middle Asia, bordered on the north by Mesopotamia, on the east by the Tigris, on the south by the Persian Gulf, and on the west by the Arabian Desert On the north it begins at the point where the Euphrates and Tigris approach each other, and extends...
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Cyclopędia of biblical literature, abridged [by J. Taylor] from the larger ...

John Kitto, James Taylor - 1849
...inhabited it), a province of Middle Asia, bordered on the north by Mesopotamia, on the east by the Tigris, on the south by the Persian Gulf, and on the west by the Arabian Desert. On the north it begins at the point where the Euphrates and Tigris approach each other, and extends...
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The Cyclopędia of Biblical Literature, Volume 1

John Kitto - Bible - 1851
...inhabited it), a province of Middle Asia, bordered on the north by Mesopotamia, on the east by the Tigris, on the south by the Persian Gulf, and on the west by the Arabian Desert. On the north it begins at the point where the Euphrates and Tigris approach each other, and extends...
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