3 edition of Legislation of Transjordan, 1918-1930 found in the catalog.
Legislation of Transjordan, 1918-1930
by for the govt. of Transjordan by the Crown agents for the colonies in London
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by C.R.W. Seton.|
|Contributions||Seton, C. R. W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 843 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||843|
|LC Control Number||32011323|
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James A. Sauer was for many years the Director of the American Center of Oriental Research in Amman, Jordan, leading it to the preeminent place it now occupies as a research institution dedicated to the archaeology and history of Transjordan. This volume honors him, with more than 50 contributions from colleagues and friends. The book of Deuteronomy begins by establishing a setting for Moses' speech on the other side of the Jordan, in the land of Mo ab. Implicit in this setting is an image of the promised land limited to Cisjordan, one that is evident at many points throughoutthe book.
This chapter outlines the genesis of Transjordan as an entity from , emphasizing the influence of Britain as mandatory. It examines the complexities of its relations with the Zionists to , and discusses the fortunes of the regime to and the final break with the British connection. Transjordan was in many ways the most remarkable of the post European . oose one law from Hammurabi's code and explain how it is similar to a law that is currently found in the law books in America (local, state or federal.) After briefly explaining the similarities between the ancient and current laws, answer these questions: What is your opinion on the efficacy of the current law?
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Legislation of Transjordan, translated from the Arabic, including the laws, public notices, proclamations, regulations, etc C R W Seton ; Jordan. "The law of Transjordan is Turkish law as it existed on the 23rd of September,except in so far as it has been superseded or modified since that date."--Preface.
Includes index. Description: 1 online resource (viii, pages) Other Titles: Laws, etc. (Legislation of Transjordan, ) Responsibility: compiled by C.R.W. Seton. Etymology. In the Hebrew Bible the term used to refer to the future Transjordan is Hebrew: עבר הירדן (Ever HaYarden), "beyond the Jordan".This term occurs, for example, in the Book of Joshua ().It was used by people on the west side of the Jordan, including the biblical writers, to refer to the other side of the Jordan River.
Transjordan, the East Bank, or the Transjordanian Highlands (Arabic: شرق الأردن ), is the part of the Southern Levant east of the Jordan River, mostly contained in present-day Jordan. The region, known as Transjordan, was controlled by numerous powers throughout the early modern period, the region of Transjordan was included under the jurisdiction of Ottoman.
Seton (C. W.), Legislation of Transjordan, – London, [Continued by the Government of Transjordan as an annual publication: Transjordan Legislation. Amman, ft.] Google Scholar Buy this book on publisher's. The Emirate of Transjordan (Arabic: إمارة شرق الأردن Imārat Sharq al-Urdun lit.
"Emirate of east Jordan"), officially known as the Amirate of Trans-Jordan, was a British protectorate established on 11 April After the Ottoman defeat in World War I, the Transjordan region was administered within OETA East; after British withdrawal this became the Hashemite-ruled Arab.
During this time, he wrote a book called “Legislation of Transjordan ”, which was published in An unmarked copy inscribed “Arab Legion Head Quarters copy” is currently on sale at £.
Transjordan was ‘a country – if it was a country at all which was conceded to Abdullah because nobody else really cared to have it’, wrote Lebanese historian Kamal Salibi. Abdullah was utterly dependent on the British, especially for cash and military support.
Although he cultivated, and generally enjoyed the allegiance of, the tribes. - 1 - CHAPTE R I. TRANSJORDAN UP TO THE ASSYRIAN INVASION. Transjordan in its modern political sen&e is that part of Arabia which lies south of the Yarmuk Valley and Jebel Druzo, being bouhded on its westren side by the river Jordan, and Dead sea and a line drawn down the centre of the Wadi Araba to the Gulf of 'Aqaba.
1 By examining the changes the Ottoman state induced in southeastern Syria in a number of areas such as taxation, law, land reform, and communications, this book demonstrates that the ‘modern state was introduced in Transjordan by the Ottomans in the nineteenth century, not the British or Hashemites after the First World War’.
Numbers 32 combines two versions of how Gad and Reuven receive Moses' permission to settle the Transjordan. The non-Priestly story emphasizes fraternity and kinship, while the Priestly version emphasizes law and obedience to YHWH.
By synthesizing them, the redactor suggests that law can serve as a pillar around which the Israelite community can coalesce. | Dr. Jacob. Other articles where History of Jordan is discussed: Jordan: History: Jordan occupies an area rich in archaeological remains and religious traditions.
The Jordanian desert was home to hunters from the Early Paleolithic Period; their flint tools have been found widely distributed throughout the region. In the southeastern part of the country, at Mount Al-Ṭubayq. In the Anglo-American Committee's "Historical Summary of Principal Political Events in Palestine Since the British Occupation in ," a chronological summary beginning inno mention at all is made of the gift of Transjordan to the Arabs by the British-neither in the summary nor inwhen an "organic Law" was enforced, nor in.
A comprehensive review of the history of Jordan from Ancient times ( BCE) to date. Jordan has been home to some of the oldest and greatest civilizations ranging from the Old Testament Kingdoms, the Age of Rome, the Byzantines, the Islamic and Crusader period, the Ottoman Empire, the Great Arab Revolt and the modern history of Jordan.
Rare history of the Emirate of Transjordan (today the Arab Kingdom of Jordan), then a British protectorate. The present second volume contains not only the first volume's index (which merely spans pages ), but also, and crucially, an annotated directory of the tribes of the various districts of Transjordan, comprising extensive tables.
The Emirate of Transjordan | Nadine Méouchy After the withdrawal of the Ottoman troops from Syria and Palestine, in Octoberthe Arab nationalists set up an Arab government in Damascus, whose authority was to include all the Syrian provinces of Bilad al-Sham, from the Taurus Mountains to the Red Sea.
From the outset, the occupation of these provinces by. Cisjordan and Transjordan. In a very real sense, the Israelites were Canaanites. The biblical scribes were working at a far remove from the historical events, however, and even if they had knowledge of them, the actual political negotiations and cultural processes by which Israel became Israel were not relevant to their interests.
Abdullah's entry into Transjordan on 21 November marked the beginning of the second period of Hashemite rule in the Transjordan region following a brief interregnum period.
Abdullah, the second son of Sharif Hussein, arrived from Hejaz by train in Ma'an in southern Transjordan on 21 November to redeem the Kingdom his brother had lost. "Without any doubt, Justice for Some is the best book on the law and politics of the Palestine/Israel struggle―sophisticated, learned, humane, and creative.
Noura Erakat makes a profound contribution to our general understanding of the paradoxical role of law in the contemporary world."Reviews: I wonder why our prime minister, when recently speaking in front of the UN assembly (A.K.A.
the whole world) has not started his speaach with those facts (assuming they are facts). that particular act of the British govermnet (de-facto ceding Trans-Jordan from palestine) of subverting the meaning and language of the British mandate, given not by the.
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The Jordanian desert was home to hunters from the Early Paleolithic Period; their flint tools have been found widely distributed throughout the region. In the southeastern part of the country, at Mount Al-Ṭubayq, rock carvings date from several prehistoric periods, the earliest of.