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

Moroccan embroidery: A mirror for a civilisation
Architecture has two components: the building style, which is determined by the dimensions and compo...

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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