2017-07-21 02:54:23 UTC
subject regarding what voyages of Discovery the Arabs
might have done, or not done.
(i.e. if they had kept control of Iberian Peninsula)
I would think you would enjoy reading in one book I recently
purchased and am working on.
It is "The Discoverers, A history of man's search to know
his world and himself" by Daniel J. Boorstin.
It has 8 full pages specifically devoted to
"Why not the Arabs". And plenty others that touch it.
It is commonly available in libraries.
or inexpensive at:
This also has info on it:
One amazon review I find very valid:
5.0 out of 5 stars Knowledge and fun in bits and pieces
ByNaunoon January 19, 2017
Format: Hardcover|Verified Purchase
A wondrous exploration of discoveries of all kinds. In fact, a
celebration of mankind and his voluminous accomplishments. This is all
presented in an entertaining way. And, it need not be read in the way
presented. Skip around a bit and have some fun. Even take a time-out to
read a novel, but this could be your come-back-to-book for the year.
Have a great, knowledgeable read all year - however you wish to arrange it!