The Cthulhu Mythos: An Annotated Bibliography

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RFB - Richard Francis Burton (translator)

"Wottest thou of any city founded by man which is builded of gold and silver, the pillars whereof are of chrysolite and rubies and its gravel pearls and balls of musk and ambergris and saffron?"
- From "The City of Many-Columned Iram"

RFB Iram - Richard Francis Burton (trans.), The City of Many-Columned Iram and Abdullah Son of Abi Kalabah, in The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, Volume IV (Burton Club, no date).

References: Kilabah, Abdullah bin Abi; Ad, Shaddad bin; Ad the Greater; al-Ahbar, Ka'ab; Al-Hijaz; Allah; Al-Sha'abi; Al-Yaman; Hazramaut; Himyar; Irem; Mohammed; Mu'awiyah; Saba; San'a; Shaddad the Less; Shadid; Sufyan, Abu;
 


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