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Lehi in the Desert, Part II
|Title||Lehi in the Desert, Part II|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1950|
|Authors||Nibley, Hugh W.|
|Date Published||February 1950|
|Keywords||Ancient Near East; Arabia; Egyptology; Elephantine; Language - Reformed Egyptian; Lehi (Prophet); Lehi's Trail; Onomastics; Wilderness|
This series is a classic reflection on Lehi’s world in Arabia: poetry, tree of life, family affairs, politics, imagery, travel, tents, and foods. It comprises one of the first attempts to test the Book of Mormon against known geographical and cultural details in the regions where Lehi probably traveled in the Old World. The second part is an examination of Book of Mormon names and Lehi's status as a caravaneer.
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