Bell, Gertrude Middle East Archaeologists Archaeology
She was an archaeologist, a linguist and the greatest woman mountaineer of her age. And in Baghdad in 1921 she drew the boundaries of the country that became Iraq. From The Guardian.
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- Gertrude Bell 'From Amurath to Amurath' (Near East, Syria & Iraq) - Text of \\'Amurath to Amurath\\' from Gertrude Bell\\'s journey through middle east Greater Syria to Iraq.
- Gertrude Margaret Lowthian Bell (1868-1926) - A biography by Danuta Bois of the British archaeologist who founded an archaeological museum in Baghdad and became Iraq\'s Director of Antiquities.
- The Gertrude Bell Project - University of Newcastle upon Tyne Library has undertaken archaeologists a 4 year project to check and complete archaeologists the transcription of the manuscripts, to recatalogue and archaeologists digitise the photographs, and to build a WWW archaeologists for the finished archive.
- Miss Bell's Lines in the Sand - She was an archaeologist, a linguist and the bell, gertrude greatest woman mountaineer of her age. And in bell, gertrude Baghdad in 1921 she drew the boundaries of bell, gertrude the country that became Iraq. From The Guardian.
- Gertrude Margaret Lowthian Bell 1868-1926 - A biography by Joel R. Siebring of the archaeologists British archaeologist bell, gertrude who investigated Arab archaeological sites, particularly archaeologists in Iraq, where she bell, gertrude became Director of Antiquities.
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