|Abdul Ali Islamic Dynasties of the Arab East: State and Civilization During the Later Medieval Times p||Lewcok San'a An Arabian islamic city p|
|Carsten Niebuhr Beschreibung von Arabien: aus eigenen beobachtungen und im Lande P||Inscription from Mahram Bilqis p|
21 Cambridge University Press, 2000• So I sent Nur Angara with a present of two rifles and forty rounds of ammunition, but Tikma turned his back on him; and when he again tried to greet him face to face, he once more turned his back to mark his displeasure.15
|Abdul Ali slamic Dynasties of the Arab East: State and Civilization During the Later Medieval Times P||Kaplanian, Early Seventeenth-Century Yemen: Dutch Documents Relating to the Economic History of Southern Arabia, 1614—1630 p|
|Jane Hathaway A Tale of Two Factions: Myth, Memory, and Identity in Ottoman Egypt and Yemen p||When the Sultan dies, his sons dig a large pit and place in it his Makunga, or hooked sword, his long pipe, shield, and his best loved wife, who has her hands and feet broken|
14 U of Minnesota Press, 1997• Slavers whipped slaves who displeased them.
|While we continued at Dar Tikma, we all lived in a compound near that of the Sultan||King Husain and the Kingdom of Hejaz|
|But he understood not how it was that we set such store by ivory, and we told him that it was simply in order to convert it into powder: so it was that, when we returned the following year, we found that the Nyam-Nyams had burnt all the tusks, for as much as the Sultan thought that we were desirous of cheating him||Kaplanian, Early Seventeenth-Century Yemen: Dutch Documents Relating to the Economic History of Southern Arabia, 1614—1630 p|
They have long bamboo stakes, on which, after a meal, they fix the jaws of those whom they have consumed, and then boast to their friends of the number that they have consumed, which may amount in certain cases to three or four hundred, so that a man's spirit is judged by the number of jaw bones that he can display.