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" in the midst of which many of their camels were reposing. The plain contained, dispersed in different parts, from twenty to twenty-five thousand camels, twelve thousand of which belonged to the Syrian Hadj, and from five • At the close of the sixteenth... "
Travels in Arabia: Comprehending an Account of Those Territories in Hadjaz ... - Page 33
by John Lewis Burckhardt - 1829
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Travels in Arabia: Comprehending an Account of Those Territories ..., Volume 2

John Lewis Burckhardt - Arabian Peninsula - 1829
...much order, each party of pilgrims or soldiers having pitched its tents in large circles or dowars, in the midst of which many of their camels were reposing....according to Kotobeddyn, the whole plain of Arafat was cultivated. to six thousand to the Egyptian; besides about three thousand, purchased by Mohammed...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art: 1829, Volume 14

Robert Walsh, Eliakim Littell, John Jay Smith - 1829
...much order, each party of pilgrims or soldiers having pitched its tcnlsi« large circles or domirs, in the midst of which many of their camels were reposing. The plain contained, dispersed in different parti, from twenty to twenty-five thousand camels, twelve thousand of which belonged to the Syrian...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art: 1829, Volume 14

Robert Walsh, Eliakim Littell, John Jay Smith - 1829
...much order, each party of pilgrims or soldiers having pitched its tcnls in large circles or doicurs, in the midst of which many of their .camels were reposing. The plain contained, dispersed in different part?, from twenty to twenty-five thousand camels, twelve thousand of which belonged to the Syrian...
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One Thousand Roads to Mecca: Ten Centuries of Travelers Writing about the ...

Michael Wolfe - History - 1997 - 620 pages
...encamped without much order, each party of pilgrims or soldiers having pirched its tents in large circles, in the midst of which many of their camels were reposing....camels, twelve thousand of which belonged to the Syrian Hajj, and from five to six thousand to the Egyptian; besides about three thousand, purchased by Muhammad...
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