Nefud Desert


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Ne•fud′ Des′ert

(nəˈfud)
n.
a desert in N Saudi Arabia. ab. 50,000 sq. mi. (129,500 sq. km). Also called An Nafud, Nafud.
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Lawrence's notebooks, now in the collection of the British Library, and worked up into the magnificent prose of 'Seven Pillars of Wisdom', provide a powerful evocation of this journey through harsh and pitiless land of Nefud desert.
Roberts (2011), "Middle Paleolithic Occupation on a Marine Isotope Stage 5 Lake shore in Nefud Desert, Saudi Arabia," Quaternary Science Reviews, 30, 1555-1559.
It was also a place on the edge of the Nefud desert, where traders came en route between Madinah and Dumah.