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" Cheick, and after having crossed the ridge of a mountain, which forms a grand point of intersection between two declivities, we descended into the valley of Zackal, which continues on to the gulf of Akaba. The route on which we now entered was the most... "
The Journal of the Royal Geographic Society of London - 363 페이지
저자: Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) - 1836
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1836
...Gulf. The route, on entering Wady Zackal, is described as being the most singular that the imaginatiou can picture. ' The valley, shut in within a width of about fifty paces by masses of granite of from 1000 to 1200 feet in height, which often rose like perpendicular walls even to their very tops, exhibited...
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The Dublin Review, 1권

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1836
...between two declivities, we descended into the valley of Zackal, which continues on to the gulf of Akaba. The route on which we now entered was the most singular that the imagination can picture. The nalley, shut in within a width of about fifty paces by masses of granite,, of from a thousand to twelve...
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Asiatic Journal

1836
...Mahomet, they descended to Dahab, upon the shore of the Elanitic gulf, through the great Wady Zackal, " shut in within a width of about fifty paces by masses of granite of from ],000 to 1,200 feet in height, which often rise like perpendicular walls even to their very tops, exhibiting...
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The Quarterly Review, 59권

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1837
...between two declivities, we descended into the valley of Zackal, which continues on to the gulf of Akaba. The route on which we now entered was the most singular...the appearance of a Cyclopean street, the ravines branching out from which, on each side, seemed to be adjoining streets, all belonging to some ancient...
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The Quarterly Review, 59권

1837
...between two declivities, we descended into the valley of Zackal, which continues on to the gulf of Akaba. The route on which we now entered was the most singular...that the imagination can picture. The valley, shut iu within a width of about fifty paces by masses of granite, of from a thousand to twelve hundred feet...
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Journey Through Arabia Petræa, to Mount Sinai, and the Excavated City of ...

Léon marquis de Laborde - 1838 - 340 페이지
...between two declivities, we descended into the valley of Zackal, which continues on to the gulf of Akaba. The route on which we now entered was the most singular...the appearance of a Cyclopean street, the ravines branching out from which, on each side, seemed to be adjoining streets, all belonging to some ancient...
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The Eclectic Review

1836
...Akaba, at the head of the JSlanitic Gulf. The route, on entering Wady Zackal, is described as being the most singular that the imagination can picture....of about fifty paces by masses of granite of from 1000 to 1200 feet in height, which often rose like perpendicular walls even to their very tops, exhibited...
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