3 edition of Archaeology in the Aden Protectorates found in the catalog.
Archaeology in the Aden Protectorates
G. Lankester Harding
At head of title: Dept. of Technical Co-operation.
|Statement||[by] G. Lankester Harding.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Dept. of Technical Co-operation.|
|LC Classifications||DS247.A23 H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 61,  p.|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||67074265|
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London, H.M. Stationery Off., Aden, the Protectorates and the Yemen (Fabian Tract. ) [Reginald Sorensen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Reginald Sorensen. Aden Protectorate Archaeology in the Aden Protectorates book until a colonial possession of England.
It consisted of the Crown Colony of Aden, which included the city of Aden, the islands of Perim and Kuria Muria, the East and West Aden protectorates, and the island of Kamaran. English colonial rule in Aden began with the seizure of the city of Aden in ; English control over. Book review.
The Armed Forces of Aden and the Protectorate – Another new appendix on Air Control explains the short-term success in keeping order in the Protectorates with air power while employing a minimum of forces on the ground.
It was a policy that was applied in other countries in the region. the role and service of the. The Aden Protectorate (Arabic: محمية عدن Maḥmiyyat ʿAdan) was a British protectorate in southern Arabia which evolved in the hinterland of Aden following the acquisition of that port by Britain in as an anti-piracy station, and it continued until the s.
For administrative purposes it was divided into the Western Protectorate and the Eastern ge(s): Arabic, Persian, English, Ottoman Turkish. Aden, city of Yemen. It is situated along the north coast of the Gulf of Aden and lies on a peninsula enclosing the eastern side of Al-Tawāhī Harbour.
The peninsula enclosing the western side of the harbour is called Little Aden. Aden has its earliest recorded mention in the Old Testament book of.
Western Aden and Eastern Aden (from and respectively) were British Protectorates up until (although known as the Southern Arabian Protectorate between and ).
Click here for more information on the status of a British Protected Person (based on birth in. Aden Protectorate. Western Aden and Eastern Aden (from and respectively) were British Protectorates up until (although known as the Southern Arabian Protectorate between and ).
Click here for more information on the status of a British Protected Person (based on birth in a British Protectorate). Kamaran. Buy archaeology books from today. We are a book retailer, distributor and publisher focusing on egyptology, classical studies, exhibition catalogues and more.
With British Somaliland on the ‘horn of Africa’, Aden provided control of the entrance to the Red Sea. Following the opening of the Suez Canal inBritain established protectorates in the hinterland of South Arabia to act as a buffer against the Ottomans who occupied Yemen.
In Aden became a Crown Colony. In January Captain S.B. Haines of the Indian Marine, the East India Company's Navy, occupied the port of Aden. Possessing a magnificent natural harbour at the junction of the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean, Britain recognised its strategic importance and thus began a period of British control which lasted until 29th November /5(1).
Archaeology in the Aden Protectorates by G. Lankester Harding, London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 61 pp., 56 pls. Gertrude Caton-Thompson Published online by Cambridge University Press: 02 Januaryp. In his recent book entitled Archaeology in the Aden Protectorates 1, G. Lancaster Harding publishes some epigraphic material (inscriptions and graffiti), which he recorded during the eleven months he spent surveying archaeological sites in the Aden Protectorates.
The most important part of that material is the graffiti whose drawings and photo. Protectorate, in international relations, the relationship between two states one of which exercises some decisive control over the degree of control may vary from a situation in which the protecting state guarantees and protects the safety of the other, such as the status afforded to the kingdom of Bhutan by India, to one that is a masked form of annexation, in the manner of the.
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AD to Translated from the Italian edition of London: Haylukt Society. The withdrawal from Aden and South Arabia must surely stand as one of the most humiliating, and indeed damaging to Britain’s long-term interests, in the annals of British decolonization.
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It also offers a fresh look at the development.In addition to defending the skies above Aden and its Protectorates, Middle East Command expended a large proportion of its energy supporting army activities in the mountains of the Aden hinterland; dropping supplies, transporting personnel between posts, and in the case of the Hunter squadrons, attacking dissident targets and patrolling the Price: £Archaeology in the Aden Protectorates.
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