The Moallakát: Or Seven Arabian Poems, which Were Suspended on the Temple at Mecca; with a Translation, a Preliminary Discourse, and Notes Critical, Philological, Explanatory. By William Jones, Esq
J. Nichols, 1782 - Arabic poetry - 170 pages
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