10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AR RIMAL»
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... USE Argon-argon dating Ar Rimal USE Rub' al-Khali Ara USE Macaws Ara (
African people) USE Aro (African people) Ara (Birds) USE Macaws Ara (Plant)
USE Hala tree Ara ararauna USE Blue-and-yellow macaw Ara Indians USE
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British Travel-writing on Oman: Orientalism Reappraised
However, according to both Thomas and Thesiger, the term 'Rub Al Khali' was
familiar only to literate Arabs but unknown to the Bedouins of Southern Arabia,
who knew it as 'Ar Rimal', or the 'Sands.' See: Thomas, Arabia Felix: Across the ...
Hilal Al-Hajri, Hilāl Ḥajarī, 2006
Western Arabia & The Red Sea
Ar Rimal in the north-east has, on the other hand, wells and occasional pasture
after rain. The greatest dunes are found in its southern and southeastern parts,
where huge crescentic billows of sand reach to 600 or even 700 feet. Farther
Arabian Deserts: Nature, Origin and Evolution
The Swiss geographer Burckhardt introduced the term 'ar-Rab' al-hali' for the
great southern desert sands of Arabia, now termed Rub' al Khali (literally, empty
quarter), but known to Bedouin as 'ar-rimal' (the sands). In a accounts and ...
Alexandria he joins the supplies caravan south through the “Valley of Rushes,” El
-Maghra, past the rocky plateau of B'ir Abu Gharadiq and the Sitra Oasis, and
across the greater portion of the Bahr ar Rimal al 'Azim, the Great Sand Sea, and
From the day of my arrival in Trucial Oman I had determined to visit the Rub-al-
Khali directly the opportunity presented itself, and my interest was stimulated by
the report that an R.A.F. pilot had flown over the Ar Rimal, or eastern section of
Values in Islamic Culture and the Experience of History
Al-Muajiza faka ar-rimal (Beirut, 1973), p. 274. 128. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
(London, 1978), p. 92. 129. Umm al-kura (Mecca, 12.12. 1924). 130. Mohammed
Abd Al-Jawad. At-tata-vvur at-tashry fi al-mamlaka al-Arabia al-Saudia (Cairo, ...
ANIMAL' The fossil 'palate of an enormous unknown'ar'rimal, the largest yet
discovered, has recently been found at Eppenheim, on the left bank of the Rhine,
in Darmstadt; by Mr. Macher, 0f Da'rmstadt. The size of the animal to which this ...
Bibliotheca Classica, Or, A Classical Dictionary: Containing ...
... who observe, that the ship on which he embarked, W-u either called by that
name, or carried on ircr prow the figure of that ar-rimal. The fleece of gold is
explained by recollccting that Plrryxus carried away immense treasurcs from
Nomads in the Sultanate of Oman: Tradition and Development ...
Ar-rimal (sing. ar-ramal) means 'the sand'; ar- Rub' al -Khali literally means 'The
empty quarter (of Southern Arabia)', which the sedentary population considers to
be 'a desert, awe-inspiring region'. The Beduins call the Great Arabian Sand ...