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The Road to Ubar: Finding the Atlantis of the Sands

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The most fabled city in ancient Arabia was Ubar, but like Sodom and Gomorrah, Ubar was destroyed by God for the sins of its people. Buried in the ... Show synopsis

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  • History and Archelogy Mar 16, 2009
    by VaterOlsen

    Generally contains three parts: 1) Myth 2) Expedition and 3) The Rise and Fall of Ubar. Being a plot-motivated reader, I enjoyed the expedition the best. Having done a little research myself, I can appreciate the desire to document it as Clapp has done in "Myth," however I found this tedious. Unlike some other books of this type, there is are excavations and findings associated with the expedition, which made it interesting. The text includes illustrations, maps, three appendices, notes, a bibliography, and index.

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