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- Saqiya (Arabic: ساقِية, the Arabic name of a mechanical water lifting device) was a village in Palestine (Jaffa district) 8.5 kilometers (5.3 mi) away...
- one of al-Jazari's saqiya machines. The concept of minimizing intermittent working is also first implied in one of al-Jazari's saqiya chain pumps, which...
- A sāqiyah or saqiya (Arabic: ساقية), also spelled sakia or saqia) is a mechanical water lifting device. It is also called a Persian wheel, tablia, rehat...
- the wheel. For devices powered by animals, the usual term is saqiyah or saqiya. Other types of similar devices are grouped under the name of chain pumps...
- built-up area of two Muslim Palestinian villages, Kafr 'Ana in the east and Saqiya to the west, are located within the current Or Yehuda city limits. Both...
- early 11th century Ibn B****al pioneered the used on flywheel in noria and saqiya. The use of the flywheel as a general mechanical device to equalize the...
- Persianate world, such as the acequia (deriving from the classical Arabic as-sāqiya) – subterranean channels used to transport water from highland aquifers...
- Laessoe writes as follows on the question of the saqiya: "I consider it unlikely that any reference to the saqiya will appear in ancient Mesopotamian sources...
- Mosque of Al-Saqiya (Arabic: مسجد السقيا) is a mosque located in Medina, Saudi Arabia inside the current Anbariya train station. The mosque was built on...
- from Islamic Afghanistan. Other original Islamic developments included the saqiya with a flywheel effect from Islamic Spain, the reciprocating suction pump...