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         Libya Culture:     more books (18)
  1. Libya - Culture Smart!: a quick guide to customs & etiquette by Roger Jones, 2008-02-05
  2. Political Culture in Libya by Amal S M Obeidi, Amal Obeidi, 2001-09-27
  3. Culture and Customs of Libya (Culture and Customs of Africa) by Jason Morgan, Toyin Falola, 2011-02-28
  4. Libyan Culture: Women in Libya, Ikelan, Culture of Libya, Public Holidays in Libya
  5. LIBYA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by WILLIAM G. DALTON, 2001
  6. Libya (Cultures of the World) by Peter Malcolm, Elizabeth Losleben, 2004-04
  7. Culture of Libya
  8. DETERRING LIBYA THE STRATEGIC CULTURE OF MUAMMAR QADDAFI COUNTERPROLIFERATION PAPWERSS FUTURE WARFARE SERIES NO. 8
  9. Kabylie: Algeria, Tell Atlas, Mediterranean Sea, Provinces ofAlgeria, Tizi Ouzou, Bouïra, Béjaïa, Jijel, Boumerdès,Sétif, Gouraya National Park, Djurdjura ... Park,Ancient Libya, Western culture
  10. Deterring Libya the strategic culture of Maummar Qaddafi (Counterproliferation papers) by Craig R Black, 2000
  11. Cultures of the World : Libya
  12. Political Culture in Libya by Amal Obeidi, 2002
  13. Libyan Politics: Tribe and Revolution (Society and Culture in the Middle East) by John R.H. Davis, 1993-12-31
  14. North Africa: Nation, State and Region (Routledge/Soas Contemporary Politics and Culture in the Middle East Series) by E. G. H. Joffe, 1993-04-19

1. Libya: Culture
Libya Culture Libya The Libyan culture in pictures First row, left to right A mosque in Benghazi A student in primary school A group of students in high school Libyan
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Libya: The Libyan culture in pictures First row, left to right: A mosque in Benghazi A student in primary school A group of students in high school Libyan folklore dancers Second row, left to right: Inside a mosque A little child and a little goat Libyan folklore drummers A man reading the Qur'an Third row, left to right: A woman sewing The Libyan Tawariq A woman wearing farashiya A Libyan home ...
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2. Libya's Culture
Libya's Culture . About 80 percent live along the Mediterranean coast or just south of the coast. More than 90 percent of Libya’s population is mixed of Berber and
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Arab ancestry. The Berbers lived long before the Arabs ever arrived.
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3. Libyan Cuisine : Libya Travel Guide : Africa Libya Vacation Trips
Libya Culture Libyan Cuisine. Libyan cuisine is generally simple, and is very similar to Sahara cuisine. In many undeveloped areas and small towns, restaurants may be nonexistent
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Libya Culture - Libyan Cuisine
Libyan cuisine is generally simple, and is very similar to Sahara cuisine. In many undeveloped areas and small towns, restaurants may be nonexistent, and food stores may be the only source to obtain food products. Some common Libyan foods include couscous, bazeen, which is a type of unsweetened cake, and shurba, which is soup. Libyan restaurants may serve international cuisine, or may serve simpler fare such as lamb, chicken, vegetable stew, potatoes and macaroni. Alcohol consumption is illegal in the entire country, and this law is enforced in Libya. Vacation Holiday Trips also showcase a unique blend of travel and leisure photos and stories, updates, events and announcements about roads, shopping malls, hotels, bed and breakfast, restaurants, groceries and more. Not just a travel guide but one-of-a-kind discovery of people and places.

4. Culture Of Libya - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Literature. Roots in Antiquity, but contemporary Libyan writing draw on a variety of influences. Libyan poet Khaled Mattawa remarks The Arab Renaissance (AlNahda) of the late 19th and
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Roots in Antiquity , but contemporary Libyan writing draw on a variety of influences. Libyan poet Khaled Mattawa remarks:
"Against claims that Libya has a limited body of literature, classicists may be quick to note that ancient Greek lyric poet Callimachus and the exquisite prose stylist Sinesius were Libyan. But students of Libyan history and literature will note a vast time gap between those ancient luminaries and the writers of today. [...] Libya has historically made a limited contribution to Arab literature
The Arab Renaissance Al-Nahda ) of the late 19th and early 20th centuries did not reach Libya as early as other Arab lands, and Libyans contributed little to its initial development. However, Libya at this time developed its own literary tradition, centred on oral poetry , much of which expressed the suffering brought about by the Italian colonial period Libyan literature began to bloom in the late 1960s, with the writings of

5. Culture Of Libya,Libya Culture,Libya
The culture of Libya reflects the unique blend of Arabian and Mediterranean culture. The culture of Libya is a bit similar to that of the neighboring Maghrebian states.
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The culture of Libya reflects the unique blend of Arabian and Mediterranean culture. Libya is situated in North AAfricaMediterranean Sea to the north, Egypt to the east, Sudan to the southeast, Algeria and Tunisia to the west and Chad and Niger to the south. Before knowing the culture, people should be aware of the history of Libya The culture of Libya is a bit similar to the neighboring Maghrebian states.
The country of Libya is also influenced by the Arabian culture since the country considers itself as a part of wider Arab community. The country became independent on 1st January in 1952 and was declared as the United Kingdom of Libya which was a constitutional monarchy under King Idris.
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The Berbers were the original community of the country. Jewish and Italian communities also inhabited this country in large numbers till the last half of the 20th century. The herdsmen and traders are found in the southern part of the country and are also known as the "Blue Men of the Desert".

6. Libyana: Culture Of Libya
Dedicated to Libyan Culture. Libyana is a collective, volunteer effort of a group of Libyan women and men who love their culture and heritage.
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7. The Country And People Of Libya
The Country People of Libya. One page of comprehensive and categorised listing of sites in and about Libya.
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At various times in its history the territory that is now Libya was occupied by Carthage, Rome, Arabia, Morocco, Egypt, and Spain. It was part of the Ottoman Empire from 1551 to 1911, serving in the 18th cent. as a base for pirates who, in return for immunity, provided large revenues to the local ruler. Libya was seized by Italy in 1911, but Libyan resistance continued until the 1930s. During World War II, as an Italian colony, it was one of the main battlegrounds of N Africa, passing under an Anglo-French military government when the Axis were defeated in the area in 1943. In accordance with a UN decision, in 1951 the country became independent as the United Kingdom of Libya, with King Idris I as ruler. Idris was ousted in 1969 in a coup led by Col. Muammar al-Qaddafi, who established an anti-Western dictatorship. British and American bases were closed in 1970, and unification was sought, unsuccessfully, with several other Arab countries. An implacable foe of Israel, Qaddafi used Libya's vast oil wealth to create an extensive social welfare system and to help support the Palestinian guerrilla movement, particularly radical elements. In 1979 Libya intervened in Uganda to help keep Idi Amin in power, and in 1981 it dispatched troops into neighboring Chad (Libya had occupied the disputed Aozou Strip, in N Chad, in 1973), withdrawing most of them later that year. Qaddafi's forces continued to take sides in Chadian fighting, for a time occupying much of N Chad. In 1990 the dispute over the Aozou Strip was submitted to the International Court of Justice, which ruled in Chad's favor, and the strip was returned to Chad in 1994.

8. Culture Of Libya - Traditional, History, People, Traditions, Women, Beliefs, Foo
Culture of Georgia, Culture of Germany, Culture of Ghana, Culture of Gibraltar, Culture of Greece, Culture of Greenland, Culture of Grenada, Culture of Guadeloupe, Culture of Guam
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Identification. Location and Geography. The Gulf of Sirte is between eastern Tripolitania and the mountain chains in Cyrenaica. Primarily steppe country, it is suited to pastoral pursuits and historically has been a major seasonal grazing ground for some of the powerful tribes who spend winters in the interior of the desert. South of the two mountain chains and the Gulf of Sirte lies the Sahara Desert and the province of Fezzan. The area is vast, extremely dry, and barren. It is characterized by large sand seas, eroded mountain ranges, and upland mesas. Aridity is a fact of existence in Libya. There is not a single permanent waterway in the whole country. Permanent settlement in the south is limited to a number of depressions where irrigated agriculture may be pursued due to easily accessible supplies of fresh water from deep aquifers. These oases produce a wide variety of fruits and vegetables and support extensive date plantations. While these areas contain highly productive agricultural systems, they are restricted in population size due to the limitation on amounts of water available for irrigation.

9. Libyan Cultural Affairs UK - Culturecorner.org.uk - Libya
Cultural office of the Libyan embassy in UK, dealing with Libyan students affairs studying in UK and Ireland.
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10. Libya Culture | IExplore
Libya is an Islamic country (9798% of Libyans are Sunni Muslim) and therefore visitors should be respectful in terms of following Arabic customs, particularly during the month of
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12. Libya: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
Information on Libya — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the national
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13. Luxury Holidays In Libya With A&K
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14. Libya Culture
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CULTURE Cultural differences between the provinces are important. The population of the west is far more cosmopolitan than that of the east and includes a higher proportion of people with Berber, Sudanese African, and Turkish origins. Cyrenaica was profoundly affected by the teachings of the 19th-century Sanusiyah, an Islamic brotherhood, which had little influence in the west and south. Since the 1969 coup, life-styles have been strongly influenced by the revolutionary government's restructuring of national and local government and its efforts to reduce the influence of traditional tribes. The government has also brought women out of traditional seclusion and into the mainstream of the revolutionary socialist society. Libraries include the Government Library and the Archives in Tripoli, the Public Library in Banghazi, and the university libraries. The Department of Antiquities is responsible for the Archaeological Museum, the Leptis Magna Museum of Antiquities, the Natural History Museum, and the Sabratha Museum of Antiquities, all in the western region, and the archaeological sites of Ptolemais and Appolonia in the eastern region. The Sabha Museum contains exhibits of ancient remains of the former Fezzan region.

15. Libya Culture
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16. Libya: Encyclopedia II - Libya - Culture
Libyan culture is, to a certain extent, similar to that of its other Arab North African neighbours and the Libyan people very much consider themselves Arabs. The primary language
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17. Libya - Culture Smart! A Quick Guide To Customs Etiquette
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18. Libya Culture
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19. Culture - Libya
This page provides Culture information about Libya The Culture of Libya. Libya Cultural Overview. More than 90 percent of Libya’s population is a mixture of Berber and Arab ancestry.
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Libya Cultural Overview More than 90 percent of Libyas population is a mixture of Berber and Arab ancestry. Berbers were the natives who occupied the land before the arrival of Arabs. An overwhelming majority of Libyans are Muslims. Most Libyans belong to the Sunni school of Islam, brought during the conquest by Arabs. Islam is central to Libyan life. Libyan life revolves around the regular religious practices advocated by Islam with most of the citizens attending regular prayers at mosques. Women pray at home. Arabic Language The national language of Libya is Arabic. The government officially discourages the use of other languages. English is the most popular second language taught in schools regularly. Also, Latin is known as second language in certain circles. In the main cities, only a few people may speak English. Latin is also a bit popular among older people. Berbers and Tuareg groups retain speaking their own tribal languages. Islamic Clothing of Libya Libyan men wear loose cotton shirts upon trousers and cover themselves with a cloak. They also wear a flat, brimless cap. Libyan women wear full-length robe. Most of the Libyan population living in cities is turning towards western styles of dress. Some older men and women continue their affiliation to traditional clothing, especially during festivals and celebrations. It is very common to see members of the same family dressed in traditional and in European styles. Urban girls of Libya wear bright colored western costumes while boys wear jeans and shirts. Though many resort to European styles, most women continue the Islamic tradition by covering their faces.

20. Libya Culture
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Population: 5,115,450
note: includes 162,669 non-nationals (July 2000 est.)
Age structure:
0-14 years: 36% (male 938,476; female 899,139)
15-64 years: 60% (male 1,595,306; female 1,485,069)
65 years and over: 4% (male 97,770; female 99,690) (2000 est.)
Population growth rate: 2.42% (2000 est.)
Birth rate: 27.68 births/1,000 population (2000 est.)
Death rate: 3.51 deaths/1,000 population (2000 est.)
Net migration rate: migrant(s)/1,000 population (2000 est.) Sex ratio: at birth: 1.05 male(s)/female under 15 years: 1.04 male(s)/female 15-64 years: 1.07 male(s)/female 65 years and over: 0.98 male(s)/female total population: 1.06 male(s)/female (2000 est.) Infant mortality rate: 30.08 deaths/1,000 live births (2000 est.) Life expectancy at birth: total population: 75.45 years male: 73.34 years female: 77.66 years (2000 est.) Total fertility rate: 3.71 children born/woman (2000 est.) Nationality: noun: Libyan(s) adjective: Libyan Ethnic groups: Berber and Arab 97%, Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, Tunisians

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