When Melodies Gather: Oral Art of the MahraMain MenuOverviewAcknowledgmentsBorn to be Digital?About the MahraHuman and Geographical ContextFind Your PoemTheory of ClassificationIndex of PoemsGlossary (please wait while the terms load)BibliographiesbibliographySamuel Liebhaber92edd610c0d14d00181bd949250cbe90dae08f10
12017-10-10T20:52:44+00:00Stanford University Pressaf84c3e11fe030c51c61bbd190fa82a3a1a1282413poetplain2018-04-11T11:54:45+00:00Angela Erismanb6dabb1f11fcdb28bac14756ccc7be44d987971aI have very little personal information regarding Naṣīb other than the fact that he was well known for his gnomic poetry (Ar. ḥikma), that he lived in the district of Qishn, and that he was Mahri of African descent. I do not know whether or not Naṣīb is still living.
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12017-10-10T20:51:36+00:00Stanford University Pressaf84c3e11fe030c51c61bbd190fa82a3a1a12824Race Relations in al-Mahra7poemplain2018-06-12T20:59:41+00:00Samuel Liebhaber92edd610c0d14d00181bd949250cbe90dae08f10