Category Archives: Arabian history

The Slave Sultan

Baibars Arabian Drama portraitd many historical figures ..One of the best Arabian Drama was Baibars – The Slave Sultan Series Trailer  Ep. 1 (English subtitles)  

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Umayyad Art and Architecture

Hisham’s Palace. Jericho, Jordan. (724 AD) Prince Hisham The tree of life Umayyad Palace. Anjar, Lebanon.  Qasr al Hair. Damascus, Syria. (8th century AD)   Umayyad Mosque. Damascus, Syria.   Qasr al Hallabat. Jordan Umayyad Palace, Jordan. Dome of the … Continue reading

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Sisera castle and well

Sisera well Sisera is well carved in the rock one of the main effects of the region, dating back to the military commander called Canaanite Sisera, who fought against the Jews in Palestine The commander of the army of the … Continue reading

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Another flower Na’aman

Arabic called this flower Sahqaiq Al Na’aman (the sister of Na’aman) .. In one of the Arab myth it said that Na’aman was a king who loved this flower and when he died the flower surrounded his grave… here is … Continue reading

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Slave in Power

Al-Kaizuran Her name means (literally, Bamboo) she was a slave, born most likely in Yemen, and gained substantial influence during the reigns of her husband, al-Mahdi (775-785), who allowed her to make many important decisions. After his death, it was … Continue reading

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Bisht

When did the Arab men start to wear Bisht? Bisht (Arabic: بشت) is a traditional Arabic men’s cloak popular in the Arabian Gulf and some Arab countries. It is essentially a flowing outer cloak made of wool, worn over the thobe. … Continue reading

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The oldest mall

the old mall in Arabian peninsula is located in Qaryat al-Fāw Shops (notice were they display the seeds) Market Area (the village of Qaryat al-fau): Built near the western edge of the valley which separates between the Tuwaiq Mountains and … Continue reading

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