Origin of Akaba
Definition for akaba (2 of 2)
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We joined the camels on the way, and after two hours of stones ascended the very steep Akaba Beva.Southern Arabia|Theodore Bent
Ezion-geber, at the head of the Gulf of Akaba, was its seaport.
A small Egyptian force was then directed to occupy Taba, a port near Akaba but on the western side of the gulf.
On the south its border was the country of the Midianites, and the head of the Gulf of Akaba.
They sailed on July 6th, and were five days in reaching the mouth of the Gulf of Akaba.Travels in Arabia|Bayard Taylor