Looking For Dilmun

Author: Geoffrey Bibby
Publisher: Stacey International Publishers
ISBN: 9781906768089
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The quest for the real Dilmun, the lost civilisation of Arabia, began when the author Geoffrey Bibby revisited Bahrain in order to explore the thousands of undated burial mounds scattered across the country.

Looking For Dilmun

Author: Brenda Jackson
Publisher: Signet Book
ISBN: 9780451613257
Size: 68.29 MB
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A Winter In The Middle Of Two Seas

Author: Ronald W. Kenyon
Publisher: Ronald W. Kenyon
ISBN: 1478388668
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A Winter in the Middle of Two Seas: Real Stories from Bahrain was written during and after the author's four-month stay in the Middle Eastern island kingdom of Bahrain. With a photographer's eye, a journalist's nose for news and a poet's way with words, Ronald W. Kenyon recounts his observations and displays his insightful understanding of Arab and Islamic culture, customs and religion with particular emphasis on Bahrain. In a wide-ranging series of vignettes and anecdotes, the author takes the reader from the temples and towns of the 5,000-year old Dilmun civilization to the glitz of twenty-first century shopping malls. He offers vivid descriptions of sanguinary religious rites, the tribulations of haggling with a taxi driver whose fare has to be paid in three different currencies and his body clock's disorientation from dealing with three different weekends. While not a guidebook, A Winter in the Middle of Two Seas is a meticulously-researched primer for anyone visiting or working in Bahrain or the armchair traveler who wants to learn more about current events in the Middle East than what appears in the mainstream media. In the last chapter of the book, entitled "The Truth about Bahrain," the author strives for objectivity, attempting to set the record straight by placing the current events in Bahrain in their historical, geopolitical and religious context. The author is optimistic about the future of Bahrain and dedicates his book to the people of Bahrain "in the earnest hope that they may, with God's grace, achieve everlasting harmony."

Flying Serpents And Dragons

Author: R. A. Boulay
Publisher: Book Tree
ISBN: 9781885395382
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World-wide legends refer to giant flying lizards and dragons which came to this planet and founded the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, India and China. Who were these reptilian creatures? This book provides the answers to many of the riddles of history. Book jacket.

Bahrain Through The Ages Archa

Author: Al_Khalifa,
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136141782
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Published in 1986, Bahrain Through The Ages - Archa is a valuable contribution to the field of Middle East Studies.

Bahrain Through The Ages

Author: Al-Khalifa,
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113614658X
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First Published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Dilmun Temple At Saar

Author: Harriet Crawford
Publisher: Saar Excavation Reports
ISBN: 9781910169032
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Four thousand years ago the land of Dilmun (ancient Bahrain) lay at the crossroads between the civilized world and the mysterious East. This volume describes the structure and contents of the temple at the Dilmun settlement of Saar, with chapters on the architecture, seals and pottery, Dilmun society and the evidence for cultic practices.