Hamasa

Hamasa is an area currently in the Buraimi area in Oman. Hamasa, for the period of 200 years, was the capital of the Buraimi district (at that time a part of Saudi Arabia). In 1955, a force from Abu Dhabi and Oman, both supported by the United Kingdom, invaded the area. Most of the citizens are from Al Shawames. The Hamasa is also a collection of ...
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Hamasa

Hamasa (hämä'sä, humä'su) [Arab.,=valor], one of the great anthologies of Arabic literature. It was gathered together in the 9th cent. by Abu Tammam when he was snowbound in Hamadan, where he had access to an excellent library. There are 10 books of poems, classified by s...
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hamasa

Title of several anthologies of Arabic poetry and, in particular, a collection compiled by abu-Tammam (807-c. 845), divided into ten books. This collection is of great historical value, and is...
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