The Middle Euphrates. A Topographical Itinerary.

Musil, Alois.

Book ID: 10229

£300.00

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8vo. xv, 426 pp., frontispiece map, 57 b/w plates in text, 2 folding maps in rear pocket, tables, drawings, cloth, title tipped in black on spine & upper cover, previous owner’s name inscribed on front fly leaf, published under The Patronage of the Czech Academy of Sciences & Arts, and of Charles R. Crane, copy clean & in very good condition, American Geographical Society Oriental Explorations & Studies No: 3, New York, 1927.

Synopsis

Alois Musil (1868-1944) was a noted, early Arabist, and professor in Prague. This work covers his travels in the desert from 1896 to 1915 in what is now Syria, Jordan, Iraq and the north end of Saudi Arabia. Between 1908 and 1915 he carried out far more extended explorations in the immense deserts between the Tigris and the settled frontiers of Syria and southward into the Nejd.

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