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6 edition of Mysterious Sahara found in the catalog.

Mysterious Sahara

by Byron Khun De Prorok

  • 92 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Stackpole Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Travel writing,
  • Travel - Foreign,
  • Travel,
  • Africa,
  • Essays & Travelogues

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages221
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8843760M
    ISBN 101589760727
    ISBN 109781589760721
    OCLC/WorldCa48062734

      From , Paula walked over km through the Sahara, until she was halted by civil war in Niger. Her first book, Slow Journey South, was released by Random House in Her second, Sahara, was released in October Paula is currently planning another walk, and lives in rural Victoria. Read more.   Author and analyst Eamonn Gearon wandered the Sahara for years, often on the back of a camel, before he wrote "The Sahara: A Cultural History", a book .

    Dirk meets beautiful Eva Rojas, a World Health Organization team member inspecting a mysterious epidemic that has struck in the Sahara, when he interrupts an attempt on her life.   The Governor of Kano, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, is in the eye of the storm. Reports of purported “mysterious” deaths in Kano raised eyebrows given the .

      Many amazing lost cities have been found underwater, in the desert and in the jungles, but some mysterious ancient places still remain in the realm of mythology. The fact that we haven’t found them yet, doesn’t necessarily imply they do not exist. There are myths and legends about a lost ancient oasis hidden in the Sahara Desert. The mysterious origins of the Sahara desert. Home / Geology / The mysterious origins of the Sahara desert. Few places on earth outside of the polar latitudes are as harsh and desolate as the Sahara desert. Covering about 10 million square kilometres, the desert is .


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In Mysterious Sahara Prorok, a popular archeologist and adventurer of the time, describes his expeditions into north Africa. He goes south from Algeria, across the Sahara, and into the mountains of the Hoggar.

The first chapter of this book is a rather grim but Mysterious Sahara book roll call of Cited by: 1. Sahara is a adventure novel by Clive Cussler. It is the eleventh book in Cussler's Dirk Pitt series.

The film Sahara was based on the novel. Plot summary. A week before the surrender of Confederate forces of Robert E. Lee inthe Confederate Navy ship CSS Texas is being loaded at a dock with crates supposedly filled with documents. The ship's captain Tombs has been ordered to Author: Clive Cussler.

Mysterious Sahara by Byron Khun De Prorok; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Antiquarian, History, Nonfiction, Travel. —Washington Post Book World "Don't even peek at Sahara until you're ready to read every word. America's finest adventure writer, Clive Cussler, has given us the ultimate Dirk Pitt tale, a taut zinger that I couldn't put down." —Stephen Coonts.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Khun de Prorok, Byron, Mysterious Sahara. Chicago, Reilly & Lee Co., [] (OCoLC) Hundreds of Mysterious Stone Structures Discovered in Western Sahara archaeologists report in the book "The Archaeology of Western Sahara: A Synthesis of Fieldwork, to " (Oxbow Books Author: Owen Jarus.

In Mysterious Sahara Prorok, a popular archeologist and adventurer of the time, describes his expeditions into north Africa. He goes south from Algeria, across the Sahara, and into the mountains of the Hoggar.

The first chapter of this book is a rather grim but fascinating roll call of. MYSTERIOUS SAHARA Byron Khun de Prorok, Byron Khun the What. I'd never heard of this Mysterious Sahara book in the annals of Saharan exploration, and a suspicion with some exaggerated and surely fabricated descriptions got me to search through my library and on the web.

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Paula Constant's "Sahara" is the second book about her long walk from London to the Sahara Desert. This volume is far more dramatic than "Slow Journey South" with Paula coping with relationship difficulties, less than capable guides (in some cases) and major health problems.

After a slow start, the pace and drama gradually rise the deeper Paula /5. Book Detail. Mysterious Sahara, The Land of Gold, of Sand, and of Ruin. he hopes to find the tomb of their queen-deity, Tin Hinan, which he believes would contain clues to the Tuareg’s mysterious origin.

It was risky enterprise: if the Tuaregs found out that he was planning to take artifacts from the tomb of their sacred queen, he and his. Being an enigmatic desert landmark of Sahara Desert – The giant blue eye is without doubt the most beautiful and mysterious figment of nature.

This indescribable and magic phenomenon creates a fascinating and unusual structure: a circular structure with rocky peaks coming out triumphantly from the sea of sand, in such vivid and unreal colors. By Balloon to the Sahara (also known as Danger in the Desert) by D. Terman and Paul Granger is Choose Your Own Adventure book #3.

I was expecting this book to be a lot of fun but it turned out to be a chore. It's written very matter-of-factly in a way that makes even /5.

“The archaeological map of Western Sahara remains literally and figuratively almost blank as far as the wider international archaeological research community is concerned, particularly away from the Atlantic coast,” write the University of East Anglia’s Joanne Clarke and independent researcher Nick Brooks, authors of a new book outlining their work studying these unknown and mysterious.

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Mysterious Sahara: the land of gold, of sand, and of ruin. [Byron Khun de Prorok] -- Annotation Count de Prorok describes his expedition south from Algeria, across the Sahara, to the mountains of the Hoggar; his discovery of the tomb of Queen Tin Hinan' and his rather.

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Aaron Wright Febru   The Mysterious Sahara Desert Tour “What time do we leave on Friday?“- really the only question we ask we drive out of Marrakech early on a Friday morning we realize we were on a “mystery tour”. All we know, and all we really care about, is our camel ride and a night in the Sahara desert under a billion twinkling stars.

Typically, I avoid group tours, but this seems the most. Author and analyst Eamonn Gearon wandered the Sahara for years, often on the back of a camel, before he wrote “The Sahara: A Cultural History”, a book .Sahara Book # Book Series: The Dirk Pitt Adventures Book Format: Hardcover, ISBN:Publisher: Pocket Star Publication Date:Co-Author: Dirk Cussler.

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A boy is found murdered on the grounds of an all-girl boarding school, and the only lead Detective Stephen Moran has is a note on a bulletin board that says, “I know who killed him.”.