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  • Gilf may refer to: the Arabic for rough, stark a vulgar or rustic person an Arabic term for geological formations. Gilf Kebir, a plateau in the New Valley
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  • Gilf Kebir (جلف كبير) (var. Gilf al-Kebir, Jilf al Kabir) is a plateau in the New Valley Governorate of the remote southwest corner of Egypt, and southeast
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  • "Kuwaiti MPs express 'deep concern' over situation of Muslims in India, China". Gilf Business. 26 December 2019. Retrieved 31 December 2019. "OIC expresses concern
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  • land area of the country. Its highest elevation is 3,300 ft (1000m) in the Gilf Kebir plateau to the far south-west of the country, on the Egypt-Sudan-Libya
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  • The Cave of Swimmers is a cave with ancient rock art in the mountainous Gilf Kebir plateau of the Libyan Desert section of the Sahara. It is located in
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  • cave-paintings in Japan show a sport similar to sumo wrestling. In Wadi Sura, near Gilf Kebir in Libya, a Neolithic rock painting in the cave of swimmers shows evidence
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  • Wadi Sora in the Gilf Kebir. In the spring of 1934 Almásy led an expedition organised by the Royal Egyptian Automobile Club to the Gilf Kebir and Jebel
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  • location of the Cave of Swimmers, an ancient site of cave paintings in the Gilf Kebir. The group begin to document their find, during which time Almásy falls
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  • Editions. He made the first topographic maps of the national park of the Gilf Kebir and of the White desert. Since 2000, he collaborated with the American
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  • derived from the Arabic word for "large", and also from its location near the Gilf Kebir ("Great Barrier") region in southwest Egypt. Based solely on their
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  • endorheic region, with no rivers draining into or out of the desert. The Gilf Kebir plateau reaches an altitude of just over 1,000 m, and along with the
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  • Beasts in southwest Egypt, near the border with Libya, in the mountainous Gilf Kebir region of the Sahara Desert. The Cave of Swimmers was discovered in
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  • The shelter is located in the Wadi Sura at the south-western foot of the Gilf Kebir Mountains in the remote south-western corner of Egypt’s New Valley
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  • 4000–7000 BCE fossil from Abu Ballas Stufenmland and a 5000 BCE fossil from Gilf Kebir. Apart from these, fossils have also been excavated from Mittleres
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  • (Tamrit, Sefar, Tin Tazarift, Jabbaren) Uweinat and the Gilf Kebir, Rock Art of Jebel Uweinat and the Gilf Kebir plateau ("Cave of Swimmers") Upper Brandberg
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  • verification] Neolithic Rock art found at the cave of swimmers in Wadi Sura, near Gilf Kebir in Egypt has shown evidence of swimming and archery being practiced
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  • MacMillan Company. Photo sequence of Cerastes cerastes feeding in the wild (Gilf Kebir, Egypt, 27 October 2004) at FJ Expeditions accessed 19 October 2013
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  • Lewis began her public art career as a street artist under the pseudonym GILF! and in early 2014 garnered national media attention when she installed an
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  • Reconnaissance of the Gilf Kebir by the Late Sir Robert Clayton East Clayton" and P. A. Clayton, "The Western Side of the Gilf Kebir" Geographical Journal
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  • Reef, in the Coral Sea off the coast of Queensland in north-east Australia Gilf Kebir, Arabic for "the Great Barrier," a plateau in the New Valley Governorate
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