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Amurath to Amurath

A Journey Along the Banks of the Euphrates


Gertrude Bell, the well-known explorer and archaeologist, began her extensive travels in the Near East in 1892. In her trips, she surveyed and photographed the areas which she visited and investigated archeological sites.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 1-59333-153-3
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Jan 1,2004
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 0
ISBN: 1-59333-153-3
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Gertrude Bell, the well-known explorer and archaeologist, began her extensive travels in the Near East in 1892. In her trips, she surveyed and photographed the areas which she visited and investigated archaeological sites. Due to her extensive knowledge of the area, she became a target for recruitment by British Intelligence. Later, she held the office of Oriental Secretary to the High Commissioner in Baghdad, and helped in creating the modern state of Iraq. She also became an Honorary Director of Antiquities there and established the Iraq Museum. Amurath to Amurath is an account of some of her travels in the Middle East.

Gertrude Bell, the well-known explorer and archaeologist, began her extensive travels in the Near East in 1892. In her trips, she surveyed and photographed the areas which she visited and investigated archaeological sites. Due to her extensive knowledge of the area, she became a target for recruitment by British Intelligence. Later, she held the office of Oriental Secretary to the High Commissioner in Baghdad, and helped in creating the modern state of Iraq. She also became an Honorary Director of Antiquities there and established the Iraq Museum. Amurath to Amurath is an account of some of her travels in the Middle East.

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Gertrude Bell

  • Aleppo to Tell Ahmar
  • Tell Ahmar to Buseirah
  • Buseirah to Hit: The Parthian Stations of Isidorus of Charax
  • Hit to Kerbela
  • Kerbela to Bahgdad
  • Baghdad to Mosul
  • Mosul to Zakho
  • Zakho to Diyarbekr
  • Diarbekr to Konia
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