The Heart of Arabia: A Record of Travel and Exploration
by H. St. J. B. Philby
Publisher: Constable & Co. 1922
Number of pages: 894
Of the pleasant year I spent sojourning and wandering amid the deserts and oases of Arabia I have endeavoured to compile a record, at once fully descriptive of my own experiences and designed to serve my successors as a faithful guide in their wanderings, when in their turn they take up the torch which has been held in the past by so many distinguished hands ...
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