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Traditional architecture in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia : the prints / Mohammad Wahbi Alharira
Bib ID 474095
Format BookBook
Author
Hariri, Muhamed Wahbi
 
Description Jeddah : Saudi Research and Development Corporation, 1981 
[4], [33]p. of plates : map ; 64 x 82 cm. 
Notes

Parallel text in English and Arabic.

Ed. limited to 2000 copies of which 200 are numbered.

Inscribed: "For His Excellency the Right Honourable Sir Ninian Stephen, Governor General of Australia, R. Gaith Rashad c/o Mo. Wahbi Al. Hariri. Jeddah 12.1.82." This inscription is in English and Arabic.

Signed by the author.

GE123741.

Subjects Architecture - Saudi Arabia.

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