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The Message Of Folklore from Bahrain To The World
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Palestinian folklore: The endangered Tabun

Like other nations, Palestine has a heritage rich in traditional materials and tools that play a significant part in the people’s lifestyle, ways of...

Games in the Abbasid Era based on archaeological discoveries in the Islamic city of Ayla

The researcher sheds light on the most important games discovered in the Islamic city of Aylah. These games, which are still played today, date back to the...

Denotations of Bedouin dances and songs in the Levant

Bedouin dances and songs are the result of the Bedouins' interaction with their harsh environment. Some songs and dances - such as Jafrah and Zarif Altul,...

The real or the synthetic ?

There are many stories about how pearls are formed. Some are very similar to scientific discoveries that explain the stages of a pearl’s formation. ...

Types of folktale

A type of folk art, the folktale is a kind of narrative produced by the collective memory and passed down orally through the generations. The folktale is one...

Cultural, folkloric and social connotations in the novel Zainab

This paper examines the novel Zainab by the Bahraini writer Rabab al-Najjar for the following...

Games in the Abbasid Era based on archaeological discoveries in the Islamic city of Ayla

The researcher sheds light on the most important games discovered in the Islamic city of Aylah. These games, which are still played today, date back to the...

Research on “As My Grandfather Played”

Games emerged and evolved to entertain people and promote solidarity. They involved the use of simple raw...

Folk medicine in Morocco

 In Morocco, folk medicine is a social phenomenon that attracts many people, although some are sceptical. This type of medicine is popular with poor,...

Denotations of Bedouin dances and songs in the Levant

Bedouin dances and songs are the result of the Bedouins' interaction with their harsh environment. Some songs and dances - such as Jafrah and Zarif Altul,...

The theoretical and practical foundations of the development of weaving looms (Sadu)

A traditional form of weaving practiced by Bedouin women in rural communities in Kuwait and other Gulf states, Al Sadu is used to produce fabric for furniture...

Palestinian folklore: The endangered Tabun

Like other nations, Palestine has a heritage rich in traditional materials and tools that play a significant part in the people’s lifestyle, ways of...

Dictionary of Islamic architecture and ornament

The researcher traces the meanings and implications of Islamic architecture, ornaments and miniatures. He also studies their diversity, uniqueness and openness...

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