The encyclopedia of the modern Middle East. 1. [A - C]
Reeva S. Simon, Philip Mattar, Richard W. Bulliet
Macmillan Publishing Company, Incorporated, 1996 - History - 2182 pages
Encompasses the interaction of political, historical, social, economic, and cultural movements as well as relevant persons (living and dead), places, and events. Spans the geographical area from Afghanistan to Morocco. Covers topics in politics, economics, religion, hsitory, literature, the arts, and more.
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