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  • Volume 17 August 1880  (1880)  Types of the Nubian Race   623935Popular Science Monthly Volume 17 August 1880 — Types of the Nubian Race  1880
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  • CLEMENT HAFIZ EL ALCOLAHN DAOUD ARCHIE BEAL BAZZALOL, THOOTHOOBABA: two Nubian door-keepers BEN HUSSEIN, Lord of the Pass ZABNOOL, SHABEESH: two conjurers
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Dongola might refer to either: Dongola, the town in the Nubian region of Sudan Dongola, the mudiria (province) of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
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  • eastern part of the Nubian desert. In the middle ages they were known as Beja (q.v.), and they are the most characteristic of the Nubian “Arabs.” With the
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  • missionary priest to the Nubians 181501Dictionary of Christian Biography and Literature — Julianus, missionary priest to the Nubians Julianus (73), missionary
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  • Nile, and from it the railway to Wadi Halfa strikes straight across the Nubian desert, a little west of the old caravan route to Korosko. A branch railway
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  • ordinary giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis). The northern races, such as the Nubian G. c. typica and the Kordofan G. c. antiquorum, are characterized by the
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  • being the starting-point of the caravan route, 242 m. long, across the Nubian desert to the Red Sea at Suakin, a distance covered in seven to twelve days
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  • From time immemorial they have acted as guides to caravans through the Nubian desert and up the Nile valley as far as Sennar. To-day many of them are
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  • confined to the lands watered by the Nile. Beyond stretches eastward the Nubian desert, westward the Libyan desert. The Wadi el Kab (Gab), west of and parallel
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Barabra BARABRA, a name for the complex Nubian races of the Egyptian Sudan, whose original stock is Hamitic-Berber, long
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  • and History 495 The Cinchona-Forests of South America 507 Types of the Nubian Race 512 Algebras, Spaces, Logics 516 Chemical Exercises for Ordinary Schools
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  • Arab rulers, but in the 12th century was raided and ruined by Bedouin and Nubian tribes. On the conquest of Egypt by the Turks in the 16th century, Selim
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  • not known. The Congo sandstones do not appear to extend as far north. The Nubian sandstone borders the Libyan desert on the south and south-west, but it
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  • south into northern Africa.  Other common species are the griffon, the Nubian or eared vulture and the Egyptian vulture.  These birds are called the true
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  • cantonment established at the same time. This cantonment occupies the site of a Nubian village, and round it has grown a thriving town, at first named Taufikia
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  • garden at the river's turn (A thousand summers seem but yesterday!), A Nubian girl, more sweet than Khoorja musk, Came to the water-tank to fill her
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  • Volume 15 — Kissar [ 837 ] KISSAR, or Gytarah Barbaryeh, the ancient Nubian lyre, still in use in Egypt and Abyssinia. It consists of a body having
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  • upstream from New Dongola, now a heap of ruins, was the capital of the Nubian state usually called the Christian kingdom of Dongola. An Arab historian
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  • finding it impossible to penetrate westward, he made a journey through the Nubian desert in the character of a poor Syrian merchant, passing by Berber and
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