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Arabic Documents from the Ottoman Period from Qasr Ibrim (Texts from Excavations)

Description, London: Egypt Exploration Society, p., 8 p. of plates: ill. ; 32 cm. ISBN, Series. Texts from excavations ; 8th memoir. Notes.redaalc.com: Arabic documents from the Ottoman period from Qasr Ibrim: 1 / by Martin Series: Texts from excavations, 8Texts from excavations ; 8th memoir.redaalc.com: Qasr Ibrim in the Ottoman Period: Turkish and Further Arabic Documents (Texts from Excavations) (): Martin Hinds, V Menage: .Arabic Documents from the Ottoman Period from Qasr Ibrim by Hamdi Sakkout, , available at Hardback; Texts from Excavations · English.MARTIN HINDS and HAMDI SAKKOUT: Arabic documents from the Ottoman period from Qasr Ibrim: texts from excavations. Edited by W. J. Tait,. Eighth memoir.Qasr Ibrim in the Ottoman Period: Turkish and. Further Arabic Documents. By MARTIN HINDS and VICTOR MENAGE. Texts from Excavations,. Eleventh Memoir.Find great deals for Texts from Excavations: Arabic Documents from the Ottoman Period from Qasr Ibrim 8 by Hamdi Sakkout and Martin Hinds (Synopsis. The volume presents a number of Arabic documents found in during expedition of the Egypt Exploration Society at Qasr Ibrim. With two.redaalc.com Arabic Documents from the Ottoman Period from Qasr Ibrim (Texts from Excavations [] - Condition: Brand New: A new, unread.Egypt Exploration Society, Texts from Excavations 11, ) Qaṣr Ibrīm in the Ottoman period: Turkish and further Arabic documents. Front Cover.The volume presents a number of Arabic documents found in during expedition of the Egypt Exploration Society at Qasr Ibrim. With two exceptions part of a.Qasr Ibrim in the Ottoman Period: Turkish and. Further Arabic Documents (Texts from. Excavations). Martin Hinds, V Menage. Click here if your download.Click here to let us know how access to this document benefits you. This Article is brought mercantile Ottoman Empire, at last subsided into an impoverished Archaeological excavations at Qasr!brim were begun in as part of the .. became Primis in Latin texts, Phrim in Coptic, and finally!brim in. Arabic. The prefix.Qasr Ibrim (Arabic: قصر ابريم ) is an archaeological site in Lower Nubia, located in the modern country of Egypt. The name dates far back into antiquity; it was.even when present at archaeological excavations. The archaeology of the Ottoman period can be defined as the begun to document material . ber of Arabic and Turkish documents, many of which have now Ottoman playing card fragment from Qasr Ibrim made from several sheets of paper stuck together ( EA).