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black rap volume 9 number 9 november 1976.pdf

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This website explores the famous foods such as harisa,which is a popular meat dish in today's Muslim world but was also popular in the medieval Arab world. This site also looks at other foods which present Muslims can connect to and were also liked…

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Alcohol or liquor, known as khamrin Arabic, was a type of alcoholic drink in pre-Islamic and early Islamic days. Through this website, viewers will find out why was alcohol still drank by some Muslims even after the Quranic verses stating alcohol as…

Islamic food inventions
Robin Doak, author of Empire of the Islamic World explores interesting Islamic food inventions that were thought to be from European sources but might be from Arab conquests of Europe, such as pasta and sugar cane.

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In this video, I am cooking a dish calledsambusak, which is popularly known in today's Muslim world assamosa.It is an appetizer pastry dish with either a meat and chicken filling; in the medieval Muslim world, it also consisted of various nuts such…

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The cookbooks range from Mesopotamian times to medieval Muslim empires to a current Syrian cookbook, taking viewers back to the dining tables of pre-Islamic peoples to today's society in Damascus, Syria.

The Cookery of Medieval Muslims -QR Code Project.mov
Different paintings of Muslims during the Islamic empires eating and/or cooking foods, including Sultans of Delhi, India during the Malwa Sultanate in 1392–1562.

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Mounted on cardboard. Full size of sketch located at Ragdale. Actual piece located at Ragdale 2001.

Plays for Small Stages by Mary Aldis (1915).pdf
This is a collection of five one-act plays written for amateur players by a participant in Chicago's Little Theatre after 1911, led by Maurice Browne and located in the Fine Arts Building, Michigan Ave., Chicago.  The players were typically summer…

Spring Asserts Itself even in Bookplates.pdf
This is an article that appeared in the May, 1931 publication of the L.S.A.C. Discus. It was written by Alice E. Casey, a librarian.
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