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The Clayey Jar: Carrier of the Nile Waters

Although the clayey jar is widely used in all parts of Egypt, it is manufactured only in Mahroosa Center in Qana, where it has been the main source of income....

Traditional Food and Globalization

It is the position of the author that cuisine is an integral part the culture of a society, as well as a reflection of its culture. The types and flavors of...

Ali Al-Delaiwi Al-Ayyarry: The Knight and the Poet

This paper examines the personality of the knight and poet Ali Al-Delaiwi Al-Ayyarry, a man with a personality of particular dimensions, which made him a...

The Folk Culture as a Strategic Dimension of the National Reform

A branch of a political association that holds its activity in Bahrain has called for a preliminary meeting with a distinguished group of researchers in the...

The Tangible and Intangible in Folk Culture

Folk Culture is transmitted from person to person by means of language. “Language” refers not only to that which is “verbal,” but to...

The Marriage System in Morocco: The Berber’s Bani Wrayn Tribes as an Example

The author wishes to illuminate the topic of marriage through an examination of its social function in general, and more specifically on its relationship to...

Traditional Food and Globalization

It is the position of the author that cuisine is an integral part the culture of a society, as well as a reflection of its culture. The types and flavors of...

Folk Culture Spring 2010 The Palm in the South of Tunisia

The importance of the palm cannot be overstated. As Strabo (the Greek geographer) puts it, the palm is used to provide the Babylonians with all needs except...

Ali Al-Delaiwi Al-Ayyarry: The Knight and the Poet

This paper examines the personality of the knight and poet Ali Al-Delaiwi Al-Ayyarry, a man with a personality of particular dimensions, which made him a...

“AL TAHTIB” Wrestling with Sticks

Wrestling with Sticks“AL TAHTIB” is one of many popular games played in Upper Egypt which are based on the same general theme. Each player...

Swordplay: The Movement Style of Al-Ababeda

This research addresses dancing as a complex cultural phenomenon in which different elements of social construction (including the ecological environment,...

«Al-Aa’ja »: A Traditional Doll to Entertain Daughters in the South of Jordan

Al-Aa’ja is locally defined as a “small doll in the shape of a woman, made by a mother for her child to play with in the house.” This kind of...

The Clayey Jar: Carrier of the Nile Waters

Although the clayey jar is widely used in all parts of Egypt, it is manufactured only in Mahroosa Center in Qana, where it has been the main source of income....

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