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Friday, July 09, 2010

Tripoli, the past and the present

I've finally found some time to sit down and relax, check my email and do a bit of reading. I was looking up some information about Ibn Battuta and came across two posts about Libya on the Saudi Aramco World website. 

Tripoli, Crossroads of Rome and Islam
Miss Tully's Letters from Tripoli

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  1. miss tully's letters are trully gripping and fasinating.there are some family names still here today[ khoga, ben othman ,abdelrahaman aga]well worth a read

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