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" or, as it is called from the soil, Gherek-ed-Dessem, a plain of deep sand, four hours long, after which the road becomes less sandy and difficult, being covered with small stones. 14 hours. Djerdawye, a plain with wells of good water; from thence, in... "
Travels in Arabia: Comprehending an Account of Those Territories in Hadjaz ... - Page 367
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
...extensive tract, with trees and herbage, and wells both of sweet and brackish water. 3 hours. Neffoud, or, as it is called from the soil, Gherek-ed-Dessem,...from thence, in 7 hours, to Dat, the first town of Kasym.—In all, one hundred hours. From Dat to Rass, one of the chief towns of Kasym, is four or five...
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The historical geography of Arabia; or, The patriarchal evidences ..., Volume 2

Charles Forster - 1844
...place is rocky, with two ascents difficult for camels, and wholly without water:" again, " Neffoud... a plain of deep sand, four hours long ; after which, the road becomes less sandy and difficult." * After a march of much difficulty and privation, the Romans, at length, entered the friendly country...
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The Historical Geography of Arabia, Volume 2

Charles Forster - Arabian Peninsula - 1844
...place is rocky, with two ascents difficult for camels, and wholly without water:" again, " Neffoud ... a plain of deep sand, four hours long; after which, the road becomes less sandy and difficult." * After a march of much difficulty and privation, the Romans, at length, entered the friendly country...
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