By Frank A. Clements
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The long and involved history of Oman gives rise to a large amount of literature covering its early history and its early exploration by Europeans. Much material has also appeared on the Dhofar War, and the present programmes of development and of investment in agriculture, copper mining and industrial diversification have resulted in a new wave of articles and books about the Sultanate. Recent events in the Horn of Africa, Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq and Kuwait, have highlighted the strategic significance of the country and ensured that it will remain in the forefront of regional politics and the international stage.
Old Clarendon Ironworks, 35A Great Clarendon Street, Oxford OX2 6AT, England. ABC-CLIO, 130 Cremona Drive, Santa Barbara, CA 93116, USA. Designed by Bernard Crossland. Typeset by Columns Design and Production Services Ltd, Reading, England. , Midsomer Norton Page v THE WORLD BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SERIES This series, which is principally designed for the English speaker, will eventually cover every country (and many of the world's principal regions), each in a separate volume comprising annotated entries on works dealing with its history, geography, economy and politics; and with its people, their culture, customs, religion and social organization.
The period before the arrival of the Arabs is largely undocumented and the only available sources are unreliable. During the first centuries AD the coastal districts fell under Persian rule, and this foreign dominance was to become a feature of Omani history though at no time did a foreign presence ever totally control the Sultanate. The Persian presence left two main legacies to the Sultanate, the first being the introduction of the qanat and aflaj systems of irrigation and the second the development of trading links to Africa, India and China.
Oman (World Bibliographical Series) by Frank A. Clements