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Gerald De Gaury (Bruce Ingham ed.)

Published by Kutub,Lebanon (2005)

ISBN 10: 9953417970 ISBN 13: 9789953417974

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About this Item: Kutub,Lebanon, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Green cloth. 8vo. 92pp with fold-out diagram of tribal divisions. Seller Inventory # 3005636

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De Gaury, Gerald

Published by Kutub Publishing, Beirut (2005)

ISBN 10: 9953417970 ISBN 13: 9789953417974

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About this Item: Kutub Publishing, Beirut, 2005. Hard Cover in Dust Wrappers. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. First Edition. 92 pp of English text; 1 b/w photograph, appendices, 1 folding table, maps, Edited by Bruce Ingham. HARD BACK Binding in dustwrappers. Copy in Mint condition. New. Previously unknown manuscript by the author. it concerns the Iraqi branch of the 'Anizah, probably the most numerous of bedouin tribes, so numerous that the bedouin saying runs any enemy, but not the 'Anizah" The 'Amarat are less documented than their Syrian cousins, the Rwalah. So it is interesting to see the "Review", which contains details of tribal divisions, economic life, customs and language. the name of the Hadhdhal, the sheikhly line of the 'Amarat is a name with a long history and still much respected in Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Seller Inventory # 002088

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De Gaury, Gerald.

Published by Kutub Publishing, Beirut (2005)

ISBN 10: 9953417970 ISBN 13: 9789953417974

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About this Item: Kutub Publishing, Beirut, 2005. Hard BACK in Dust Wrappers. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. First Edition. xvii, + 94 pp., 1 folding table of Tribal Divisions and sections of 'Anizah, edited by BRUCE INGHAM. Copy in Mint Condition. Previously unknown work by the author published here for the first time. Gerald de Gaury served in Iraq and Kuwait from 1924 to 1941 as army officer, political agent and charge d'affaires to the Iraq Regent. His writings on Arabia are well know, but this previously unpublished piece dating from 1932 is on a subject not usually associated with him, namely the Arabian Bedouin. It concerns the Iraqi branch of the 'Anizah, probably the most numerous of Bedouin tribes, so numerous that the Bedouin saying runs "Any enemy, but not the 'Anizah'. The 'Amarat are less well documented than their Syrian cousins, the Rwallah. So it is interesting to see this "Review", which contains details of tribal divisions, sheikhly pedigrees, wells and grazing grounds, economic life, customs and language. The name of the Hadhdhal, the sheikhly line of the 'Amarat is a name with a long history and still much respected in Iraq and Saudi Arabia. #18209 Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # 005958

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