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Bruce"s travels through part of Africa, Syria, Egypt, and Arabia
|Other titles||Travels through part of Africa, Syria, Egypt and Arabia, into Abyssinia|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 463 p.|
|Number of Pages||463|
They appear as a formidable barrier to the rest of the continent. [See the discussion of the Mountains of Kong in the “Central Africa” section.] The sources of today’s Blue Nile, firmly established by James Bruce in his travels in the s, are noted; the White Nile appears to gather itself from foothill streams of the lunar mountains. Then he traveled through Transoxania and Afghanistan, arriving in the Indus Valley by He stayed in Delhi until and then visited Sumatra and (perhaps—the record is unclear) China before heading home. His return trip took him back through Sumatra, the Persian Gulf, Baghdad, Syria, Egypt, and Tunis.
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Bruce’s first book, Looptail: How One Company Changed the World by Reinventing Business, was released in and became a New York Times Best Seller, and the first business book to be endorsed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, who penned the book’s foreword. In , Bruce released his second book, Do Big Small Things, a beautifully designed. Temple of the Goddess Hathor, Dendera, Egypt Similar to other temple sites in Egypt, the presently standing complex at Dendera marks the location of a very old holy place. An indication of the antiquity of the temple site is given by the astronomical alignment of .
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James Bruce was born at the family seat of Kinnaird, Stirlingshire, and educated at Harrow School and Edinburgh University, and began to study for the bar, but his marriage to the daughter of a wine importer and merchant resulted in him entering that business wife died in Octoberwithin nine months of marriage, and Bruce thereafter travelled in Portugal and Spain as part of Known for: Traced the origins of the Blue Nile.
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Travel was dangerous by land and by sea. Ibn Battuta traveled overland along the coast of North Africa (the Maghrib) towards Egypt, at first alone riding a donkey.
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He traveled through Turkey, Egypt, Ereẓ Israel, Syria, Kurdistan, Mesopotamia, India, Afghanistan, and Persia, and also visited Singapore and Canton. Shortly after his return to Europe, he set out on another voyage, traveling through North Africa.
He published Cinque années de voyage en Orient – (Paris, ) about his travels in. At 3pm on J1, U.S. Marines stormed the beaches of Beirut. They were ready for combat, weapons loaded, and backed up by a full 70 warships in the Mediterranean Sea (including three.
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Arab, one whose native language is Arabic. In modern usage, it embraces any of the Arabic-speaking peoples living in the vast region from Mauritania, on the Atlantic coast of Africa, to southwestern Iran, including the entire Maghrib of North Africa, Egypt and Sudan, the Arabian Peninsula, and Syria .The profile for Bruce on Artory.
Browse works by Bruce here, research their provenance history, and register works that you own by this artist on the Artory Registry.Saudi Arabia and Britain The end of an era The politics of dissent, – The reign of King Sacud (–) Saudi Arabia and the Arab world in the s Saudi Arabia and the United States in the s and early s.