Word Cloud for "The Caravan Route between Egypt and Syria" by Archduke of Austria Ludwig Salvator.

Word Cloud for "The Caravan Route between Egypt and Syria"



This book was authored by Archduke of Austria Ludwig Salvator. (1847 - 1915)

Area, genre or subject: Palestine -- Description and travel.







The Bag of Words In "The Caravan Route between Egypt and Syria" (Main Words):


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route become known every particularly occupied various wadi round part even therefore mules often kept might rich town already without those whose khanyunis magara entrance wood sides length last journey eyes course seven named again uniform undulating scene gradually leading hollow quite foot take portion another against deep white rest close away stands house posts stone simple fine bedouin brought bare overgrown whole extensive make sometimes flat beyond leaving such somewhat entire children spot years ridges lies frequently interior places broad picturesque castle consists come cultivated opposite land

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