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Egyptian folk proverbs: Structure and composition
In ancient Egyptian tradition, ‘easier than a proverb’ was a common saying. People still...

Documentation of folk heritage in Arab sources
Scientific circles face challenges when attempting to document the components of Arab folklore and A...

Modernisation of traditional craftsmanship: Monitoring some aspects of change (The example of copper-work in the Moroccan city of Fez)
In this study, the researcher attempted to track the various changes that affected traditional ways ...
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Moroccan embroidery: A mirror for a civilisation
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Architecture has two components: the building style, which is determined by the dimensions and composition; and the decorative elements, which involves combining various materials such as wood, mosaics, paint, clay and stone to create a work of beauty. These two components are strongly associated with the history of humanity and architecture, which has changed over the centuries to reflect changing preferences and styles. In architecture, beauty is a result of the harmony between the elements of the building and its components; this harmony survives as evidence of the creativity in the different eras.

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Documentation of folk heritage in Arab sources
Issue 39

Scientific circles face challenges when attempting to document the components of Arab folklore and Arab folk culture, so the documentation process is not yet complete. Archives of folklore are not yet available to Arab citizens, so they still cannot learn about their history, culture and folk identity. We are calling for unified efforts to document the culture and heritage of the region. Arab sources are diverse and rich. The documentation project should represent the literary legacy of Arabs and Muslims and include all written material about the arts, sciences, and folk heritage, which has not always been well-recorded.

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