The Global Arabic Encyclopedia (Arabic: الموسوعة العربية العالمية) is an encyclopedic reference work written in the Arabic language. It is in part a translation of the American World Book Encyclopedia, edited and expanded to reflect an Arab–Muslim perspective. Its composition and publication were funded by Sultan bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. The printed edition first appeared in 1996 (1416 AH) as a 30-volume set with color illustrations. A second, revised edition appeared in 1999 (1419 AH) and in the same year a digitization project was started that resulted in an electronic internet edition in 2004. The encyclopedia contains almost 24,000 articles. More information...

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