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Manuscript Leaves from an Arabic Manuscript

Manuscript Leaves from an Arabic Manuscript

Manuscript Leaves from an Arabic Manuscript

Bowl with Arabic Inscription

Part of Lamp or Incense Burner Inscribed in Arabic with Good Wishes

Bowl with Arabic Inscription, "Blessing, prosperity, well-being, happiness"

Ewer with Arabic proverb, "Devotion fortifies action"

Ewer with Repeated Arabic Phrase, "Blessing"

Bowl with Arabic Proverb

Bowl with Arabic Inscription, "He who multiplies his words, multiplies his worthlessness"

Turquoise Dish with Carved Arabic Inscription in Floriated Kufic Reading "al-'izz" ("Glory")

Long-Handled Spoon Inscribed in Arabic with Good Wishes

Ewer with Horsemen Inscribed in Arabic with Good Wishes to its Owner

Rice Server Inscribed in Arabic with Good Wishes

Jar with Carved Benedictory Arabic Inscription in Thuluth Script

Candlestick with Horsemen and Arabic Inscriptions Conveying Good Wishes and Blessings Upon the Sultan

"Preparing Medicine from Honey", from a Dispersed Manuscript of an Arabic Translation of De Materia Medica of Dioscorides

Pair of Bracelets with Snake-Head Endings and Arabic Inscription

Pair of Bracelets with Snake-Head Endings and Arabic Inscription

[Pietro da Montagnana, a Paduan medical teacher surrounded by Greek and Arabic medical books, and three patients waiting to have their urine examined]

Brush Rest with Arabic Inscription

Evangelivm sanctvm Domini Nostri Iesu Christi conscriptvm a qvatvor Evangelistis sanctis idest

Evangelivm sanctvm Domini Nostri Iesu Christi conscriptvm a qvatvor Evangelistis sanctis idest

Finial with Arabic Inscription"Ya, Da'im" ("Oh, Everlasting!")

Arabs & Moors riding on their camels, oxen & horses with their Gum Arabic & other goods to sell at Sanaga River; Habit of the Cape de Verde Negroes.

Ruins of a wall near the temple at Offedina [Offelina, or Maharraqa], Nubia (Pl. 29) [top]; Arabac [Arabic] dance (Pl. 30) [bottom].

map from "[Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa, in the years 1822, 1823, and 1824, by Major Denham, Captain Clapperton and the late Doctor Oudney ... With an appendix ... by Major D. Denham ... and Captain H. Clapperton [including “Translations from the Arabic, of various letters and documents, brought from Bornou and Soudan by Major Denham and Captain Clapperton. By A. Salame,” “Botanical Appendix. By Robert Brown,” and “Letter to Major Denham, on the rock specimens brought from Africa. By Charles Konig”]. [With plates and maps.]]"

map from "[Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa, in the years 1822, 1823, and 1824, by Major Denham, Captain Clapperton and the late Doctor Oudney ... With an appendix ... by Major D. Denham ... and Captain H. Clapperton [including “Translations from the Arabic, of various letters and documents, brought from Bornou and Soudan by Major Denham and Captain Clapperton. By A. Salame,” “Botanical Appendix. By Robert Brown,” and “Letter to Major Denham, on the rock specimens brought from Africa. By Charles Konig”]. [With plates and maps.]]"

map from "[Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa, in the years 1822, 1823, and 1824, by Major Denham, Captain Clapperton and the late Doctor Oudney ... With an appendix ... by Major D. Denham ... and Captain H. Clapperton [including “Translations from the Arabic, of various letters and documents, brought from Bornou and Soudan by Major Denham and Captain Clapperton. By A. Salame,” “Botanical Appendix. By Robert Brown,” and “Letter to Major Denham, on the rock specimens brought from Africa. By Charles Konig”]. [With plates and maps.]]"

map from "[Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa, in the years 1822, 1823, and 1824, by Major Denham, Captain Clapperton and the late Doctor Oudney ... With an appendix ... by Major D. Denham ... and Captain H. Clapperton [including “Translations from the Arabic, of various letters and documents, brought from Bornou and Soudan by Major Denham and Captain Clapperton. By A. Salame,” “Botanical Appendix. By Robert Brown,” and “Letter to Major Denham, on the rock specimens brought from Africa. By Charles Konig”]. [With plates and maps.]]"

manuscript from "[Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa, in the years 1822, 1823, and 1824, by Major Denham, Captain Clapperton and the late Doctor Oudney ... With an appendix ... by Major D. Denham ... and Captain H. Clapperton [including “Translations from the Arabic, of various letters and documents, brought from Bornou and Soudan by Major Denham and Captain Clapperton. By A. Salame,” “Botanical Appendix. By Robert Brown,” and “Letter to Major Denham, on the rock specimens brought from Africa. By Charles Konig”]. [With plates and maps.]]"

map from "[Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa, in the years 1822, 1823, and 1824, by Major Denham, Captain Clapperton and the late Doctor Oudney ... With an appendix ... by Major D. Denham ... and Captain H. Clapperton [including “Translations from the Arabic, of various letters and documents, brought from Bornou and Soudan by Major Denham and Captain Clapperton. By A. Salame,” “Botanical Appendix. By Robert Brown,” and “Letter to Major Denham, on the rock specimens brought from Africa. By Charles Konig”]. [With plates and maps.]]"

manuscript from "[Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa, in the years 1822, 1823, and 1824, by Major Denham, Captain Clapperton and the late Doctor Oudney ... With an appendix ... by Major D. Denham ... and Captain H. Clapperton [including “Translations from the Arabic, of various letters and documents, brought from Bornou and Soudan by Major Denham and Captain Clapperton. By A. Salame,” “Botanical Appendix. By Robert Brown,” and “Letter to Major Denham, on the rock specimens brought from Africa. By Charles Konig”]. [With plates and maps.]]"

Madlle Celeste. As "the wild Arab boy"

Arabs of the Tribe of the Benisaid Feby 17th 1839

Conference of Arabs at Wady Moosa, Petra March 6th 1839 / David Roberts.

Assouan - ruines de l'ancienne enceinte Arabe, au sud-est de la ville / Félix Teynard.

Syout - habitations Arabes sur le bord du Nil / Félix Teynard.

Assouan - cimetière Arabe - inscriptions funéraires / Félix Teynard.

Abâziz - intérieur d'un village Arabe / Félix Teynard.

flora from "Sea Nile, the Desert and Nigritia: travels in company with Captain Peel, R.N., 1851-1852 ... With thirteen Arabic songs, as sung by the Egyptian sailors ... translated, etc. [With musical notes.]"

Arabic from "Les Samaritains de Naplouse. Épisode d'un pèlerinage dans les lieux saints"

Arabe abitent les cédres du mont liban / Dumas.

Beyrouth. Arabs en promenade / R. Dumas Pho., Beyrouth.

... limonade et son client. Arabs Siriens / Dumas Ph.

Cimetière Arabe, Caire / P. Sebah, Phot.

(Alger) Rue arabe

Arab temple, Baalbek

Alger. Le Tribunal arabe / ND. Phot.

Cairo. Mosque of Kaget Bey, Arab village

Types Algériens. Un Arabe / ND.

Rivers & Derious' combination circus! and Bedouin Arab troupe for a short time only, on lot cor. of New York Avenue and 6th Street, commencing Thursday, September 29, 1864 ... [Washington, D. C.] M. Polkinhorn & Son's steam job press. [1864].

An Arabic man keeping watch over the dead body of his friend

Village arabe au bord du Nil / Bonfils.

Musée arabe - Salle des vases et ornements en pieces / Bonfils.

Miss Alexandria Tinne, the celebrated African traveler, recently murdered by a party of Arabs [Miss Tinne seated, full lgth., (3); Black girl standing behind her]

[Interior view of the Arap Camii (Mosque of the Arabs) ] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

[Interior view of the Arap Camii (Mosque of the Arabs) ] / Abdullah Frères, Phot., Constantinople.

Engedi, the fountain of the Kid ('Ain Jidy). The sparkling limpid water is warm, rather sweet and impregnated with lime. To the left there is an example of the remarkable esclepiad called in Arabic 'osher ; it bears a bladder-like fruit filled with long silky hairs, used by Arabs as tinder for their matchlocks.

Mount Hermon from Râsheiya. The name Hermon (like harem) signifies "unapproachable," or "the holy." The Sidonians called this Mount Sirion. The Arabic name Jebel esh Sheikh means "mountain of the aged" or "of the white-headed." It is also called Jebel eth Thelj, the "snow mountain."

The tower at Ramleh. Said to be the minaret of a large mosque which once stood here. According to an Arabic inscription over the door, it was built in the year 1318. It is known as the White Mosque.

The Jordan at Bâniâs (Cæsarea Philippi). Bâniâs is merely the Arabic pronunciation of the ancient Panias of the Greeks and Romans. In the foreground is a peasant carrying a plough.

The natural bridge, Lebanon. It is called in Arabic "Jisr el Hajr" (The Bridge of Stone). It spans the chasm through which flows the Neb'a el Lebban (Fountain of Milk), one of the sources of the Nahr el Kelb (the Dog River).

Marentius Thams i Algerie i arabisk drakt.

Arabe druse du Mont Liban / Dumas Ph.

[Inside cover of portfolio, Bilder aus Mekka, showing bookplate with Arabic inscription]

[Byzantine house, Russian house, Arab house, and Japanese house in History of Habitation exhibit, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[Three Arab men sitting in front of Kabyle house, Paris Exposition, 1889]

[One Arab man and two Arab children in front of Kabyle house, Paris Exposition, 1889]

Juive Arabe / Dumas Ph.

Arab

Arabia. Shiek's fortress in the desert [with group of Arabs posed.] (Alois Masil)

Group of Arabs around well - Sinai (?)

Two Arabs with camels - Sinai (?)

N. Africa (?) man with rifle on horseback, "An Arab Cavalier - Tuns

Group of Arabs around well - Sinai (?)

Arabic from "Reise nach Masanderan im Jahre 1860. I. Abschnitt: St. Petersburg-Aschref"

The Arab's shibriyeh, a home on the desert, Egypt

Arab Dahabeahs, upper Nile, Egypt

An Arab farmer departing into Egypt

[Arab man working among olive? trees]

[Arab girl from Ramallah?]

[Arab man on horse, in front of wall]

Arab family with camel carrying hay bundles

State visit to Jerusalem of Wilhelm II of Germany in 1898. Arab lancers in street procession.

Groups of Arabs

[Arab man on donkey, followed by a woman with basket on her head]

Arab woman holding child

[Arab Peasants. Reaping scenes]

Arab religious procession

Arab native home

[Arab girl from Ramallah?]

Arab Jew from Yemen

Arab woman, ceramics

Arab village Epharaim area

Arab plowing w/donkey and cow

Arab girl

[Arab? woman weaving on a loom]

Arab women rest at building site

Arabs with goats