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Bosworth who also wrote the introduction. 28 Bartholomew world travel map: the Middle East. Edinburgh: Bartholomew. scale 1:4,000,000. irregularly updated. (World Travel Series). A useful map for the traveller, showing the main political and geographical features with a note as to the major cities and towns. The most recent edition is 1982. 29 The Middle East: a geographical study. Peter Beaumont, Gerald H. Blake, J. Malcolm Wagstaff. London; New York; Sydney; Toronto: John Wiley, 1977. 508p. maps.
Provides a general observation of the geological characteristics of Iran. Harrison studies the stratigraphical details of the Iranian plateau, the landform, and its structure. He discusses the main structure lines, and examines the Alburz system, the Tabas wedge, the East Iranian quadrangle, the volcanic and complex belts, the zone of normal folding, and the Makran area. 40 Minerals. J. V. Harrison. In: The Cambridge history of Iran, vol. I: the land of Iran. Edited by W. B. Fisher. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1968.
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