Arabian Studies: Arabian Studies by R. B. SerjeantArabian Studies: Arabian Studies by R. B. Serjeant

Arabian Studies: Arabian Studies

EditorR. B. Serjeant, R. L. Bidwell, R. B. Serjeant

Paperback | July 21, 2005

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The articles in this volume cover a wide variety of themes, mainly in the fields of history and social anthropology, with one paper on a literary topic, making this a book of multi-disciplinary interest for those specialising in the study of the Arabian peninsula. Topics range from a beekeeping project in the Yemen Arabic Republic to weights and measures in Mecca during the late Ayyubid and Mamluk periods.
Title:Arabian Studies: Arabian StudiesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:204 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.47 inPublished:July 21, 2005Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521017297

ISBN - 13:9780521017299

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Table of Contents

1. A beekeeping project in the Yemen Arab Republic Elbert R. Jaycox and Jan Karpowicz; 2. The carving of the rhino jambiyyah hilt in North Yemen Jan Chapman; 3. The arrest of the British Vice-Consul in al-Hudaydah and the subsequent protection of British interests in Yemen, 1914-18 John Baldry; 4. The indigo industry of the Yemen Jenny Balfour-Paul; 5. Guaranty of the market at Huth Paul Dresch; 6. Omani-Ottoman relations during the reign of Imam Ahmad ibn Sa'id, 1741-83, in the light of a recently discovered exchange of letters between the Imam and the Ottoman Sultan Mohammed Al-Zulfa; 7. The Blunts' road to the Mu'allaqat Riad Atef Nourallah; 8. Anglo-Ottoman confrontation in the Yemen, 1840-9 Caesar E. Farah; 9. Notes on mystical healers in the Hugariyyah Cynthia Myntti; 10. Weights and measures in Mecca during the late Ayyubid and Mamluk periods Richard T. Mortel; 11. Visitors to San`a' Robin Bidwell.