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Personification In The Books:  בן המלך והנזיר"   (The King’s Son and the Monk) and in the Books of “Bilawhar Wa-Būdhāsaf,” Motifs Z110-Z139 According To Al Shami Indexes.
This research falls within the scope of folk literature studies. It is concerned with classifying pe...

The Musical Scene in Tunisia in the 19th Century - Through the Works of European Travellers
The paper studies the musical scene in Tunisia during the nineteenth century through the writings of...

Songs of the Sage, "Sharqa" And the Hymn of God "Sharqan" The Relationship between the Oral Agricultural Heritage in Yemen and Pre-Islamic Literature
Oral heritage has an important role; it is what first human communities relied on to preserve and co...
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A Word from the Editor Nabati Poems and Folk Songs
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Five to six years is the interval between the death and the birth of three of the most important folk poets in the Gulf and the Arabian Peninsula. It was as if destiny was drawing the line of evolution for this kind poetry and its language.

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A Study of Husa in Iraq
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First: The study proved that Husa is a tribal art that originated in the Euphrates countryside, specifically in the Diwaniyah and Samawah outskirts, and then moved to some cities in southern Iraq, such as Nasiriya, Amara, Basra and Kut.

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Folk Heritage and Its Role in Deepening the Identity of the Arab Child
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It is necessary to emphasize, considering the conditions of our time,  the fact that preserving identity no longer means insularity, because societies that attempt to close themselves off are doomed to disappear, and the simplest indication of that is that one who speaks only one language today may be considered illiterate. 

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Personification In The Books:  בן המלך והנזיר"   (The King’s Son and the Monk) and in the Books of “Bilawhar Wa-Būdhāsaf,” Motifs Z110-Z139 According To Al Shami Indexes.
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This research falls within the scope of folk literature studies. It is concerned with classifying personification in two books: one of them is Arabic, "Bluhar wal buthasif" and the other is Hebrew,” בן המלך והנזיר” (The King’s Son and the Monk). The research paper attempts to classify the personification in the two books according to the clasifications of Al Shami’s motifs.

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Personification In The Books:  בן המלך והנזיר"   (The King’s Son and the Monk) and in the Books of “Bilawhar Wa-Būdhāsaf,” Motifs Z110-Z139 According To Al Shami Indexes.
Issue 48

This research falls within the scope of folk literature studies. It is concerned with classifying personification in two books: one of them is Arabic, "Bluhar wal buthasif" and the other is Hebrew,” בן המלך והנזיר” (The King’s Son and the Monk). The research paper attempts to classify the personification in the two books according to the clasifications of Al Shami’s motifs.

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Pottery Craft in Yemen
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Every country has its own traditional arts and crafts that reflect the cultural life of its people, both ancient and modern. Traditional crafts products are as important as physical monuments housed by museums.

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Songs of the Sage, "Sharqa" And the Hymn of God "Sharqan" The Relationship between the Oral Agricultural Heritage in Yemen and Pre-Islamic Literature
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Oral heritage has an important role; it is what first human communities relied on to preserve and communicate knowledge, culture and experience. Most forms of literature were oral before the introduction of the written word. 

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The Mahfal “Gathering”… In the Footsteps of the Ancestors, With Their Customs and Beliefs - A Collection of Symbols and Signs 
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Folk celebrations represent a fertile and abundant field and an essential incubator for the collective culture, where the spiritual, material and imaginative elements meet together, bringing beliefs with knowledge and mingling customs and traditions. The collective ritual celebration has rich semantic representations and symbols.

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The Musical Scene in Tunisia in the 19th Century - Through the Works of European Travellers
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The paper studies the musical scene in Tunisia during the nineteenth century through the writings of travellers and Western diplomats. It documents the Europeans’ perceptions of the music in Tunisia at that time.

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Towards A Cultural Understanding of Folklore Moroccan Group Dance as a Model
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This paper seeks to highlight the role of folklore in achieving cultural development and to highlight the cultural richness of a society. The role    enhances the identity and cultural values of people in the community. The paper seeks to utilize the cultural analysis of folk arts and folk culture.

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