Objects & Places from Desert Queen: The Extraordinary Life of Gertrude Bell, Adventurer, Adviser to Kings, Ally of Lawrence of Arabia

Janet Wallach
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Red Barns - This mansion is located in Middlesbrough.

Rounton Grange - This is a Yorkshire estate.

Queen's College - This is a progressive school located on Harley Street in London.

University of Oxford - This is the oldest English-speaking university in the world.

Finsteraarhorn Glacier - One character in this book comes dangerously close to being killed while climbing up the rocky surface here.

The Desert and the Sown - This is a 1907 book about the Bedouin people of the Syrian desert.

Amurath to Amurath - This is a book about an excavation and documentation of desert ruins found in 1909.

Nejd - This Arabic word means desert.

Hayil - This desert city has a palace where a woman is kept prisoner until it can be determined if she presents a threat.

Cairo - This is a North African capital and the site of a conference...

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