Articles

Horses on a Minaret

During my recent trip to Sevilla (Spain) for my participation and attendance of the World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies, ...
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World Congress of Middle Eastern Studies 2018

Tuesday July 17th, Hylke will be presenting her forthcoming paper about the 'Arabian Improvement Theory' at the World Congress for ...
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Book launch: a step towards Animal Welfare Education in Egypt

As some of you may know I used to have a Dutch blog about my life with horses in Egypt ...
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Ancient Arabians? A closer look at ancient Egyptian horses

Written in collaboration with  LonnekeDelpeut, BA Egyptology, specialising in Ancient Egyptian Horse imagery "The pharaohs were able to extend the ...
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Syria : Home of Horses

After having seen the images of the horses brought to Damascus for the celebration of Independence Day, I started thinking ...
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An Arab Stallion’s reputation

Marwan Abusoud is a Palestinian breeder based in Texas, born  with a great passion for the Arab horse. He tells ...
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Necklaces and the evil eye

Decorating one's horse is something of all cultures. We all do it. But one particular thing caught my eye when ...
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Book Review: Noble Brutes

Noble Brutes: How Eastern Horses Transformed English Culture, Landry, Donna. The John Hopkins University Press, 2008. In light of a ...
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A true Desert Bred horse

When we speak of a desert horse most people will immediately assume the conversation is about Oriental horses, or just  ...
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Remembering a Desert Horse

I'm sure that the first thing that comes to your mind when you read Desert horse is the Arabian horse ...
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