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the hair … the hand the huff … the puff of propaganda

Dr Sabina Antonini delivered an illuminating lecture on the representation of power in Southern Arabia in the early centuries with examples from the Al Sabah Collection to show how a new power language was perfectly adapted to its political and social context. The lecture was held at the Yarmouk Cultural …

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A Quarter never Empty

Recent archaeological findings from numerous archaeological sites dictates that the Arabian Peninsula has never been void of human life, and as studies progress, the better the history of this land renders itself to us. As part of the lectures scheduled for the 23rd Annual Cultural Season Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah at …

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