7 edition of Shaikhdoms of Eastern Arabia (St. Antony"s) found in the catalog.
June 9, 2001
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|Contributions||Ahmed Al-Shahi (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||279|
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This pioneering study captures the traditional social, economic and political systems of the Arab sheikhdoms of the Gulf.
It represents a unique and in-depth insight into the complex and varied cultural patterns of the Arabs, Persians and the people of the East African Coast in the s, before the advent of oil wealth radically altered the style of life and expectations of the people living. This pioneering study captures the traditional social, economic and political systems of the Arab sheikhdoms of the Gulf.
It represents a unique and in-depth insight into the complex and varied cultural patterns of the Arabs, Persians and the people of the East African Coast in the s, before the advent of oil wealth radically altered the style of life and expectations of the people living.
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New York: Palgrave, +Editor's Epilogue, appendix, bibliography, index. (cloth). ISBN This book is a revision of Peter Lienhardt's doctoral dissertation submitted to Oxford University in Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.
The Military and Police Forces of the Gulf States. Volume 1: Trucial States and United Arab Emirates, (Middle [email protected]). Peter Lienhardt (–) was a British social anthropologist.
Life. Lienhardt was born in Bradford on 12 March He was educated at Batley Grammar School and, like his brother Godfrey Lienhardt, at Downing College, Cambridge, where he studied Arabic and military service in the Royal Air Force he undertook post-graduate studies in social anthropology at Lincoln College Born: 12 MarchBradford, West Riding.
For the rulers of Eastern Arabia, the strongest current running through the history of Anglo-Arab relations in the Persian Gulf during the era of British hegemony (– ) was the problem of.
Eastern Arabia also had significant pearl banks, but the pearling industry collapsed in the s after the development of cultured pearl methods by Japanese scientists.  According to the World Bank, most of these Arab states have been the world's most generous donors of aid as a share of GDP.
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Publishe d. This book has been cited by the following publications. “A Sea of Debt: Histories of Commerce and Obligation in the Western Indian Ocean, c. –” History of Eastern Arabia, – The Rise and Development of Bahrain, Kuwait, and Wahhabi Saudi by: Gulf rulers were concerned about territorial encroachments from Iraq, Iran and Saudi Arabia, and there were unresolved border disputes among the shaikhdoms themselves, notably between Bahrain and Qatar.
Five chapters deal individually with the seven Trucial States (now the United Arab Emirates), Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait and Oman up to the end of.Shaikhdoms of Eastern Arabia (St. Antony's) by Peter Lienhardt (Editor), Ahmed Al-Shahi (Editor) Book Description: In this perceptive analysis of the Arab sheikhdoms of the Gulf, Peter Lienhardt discusses the common social patterns manifest in their tribal structure, the relations between men and women, the economics of pearl fishing, the growth of towns, and the complex relationship between.