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- A shadoof or shaduf (from the Arabic word شادوف, šādūf) is an irrigation tool. It is highly efficient, and has been known since 3000 BCE. It is also called...
- plants; wheat and probably other cereals were sown in the fields, and the shaduf was already emplo**** for the purpose of irrigation. Plants were also grown...
- al-quħūf bi šarħ qaṣīd ʾabī šadūf (Brains Confounded by the Ode of Abu Shaduf Expounded), is a humorous 17th-century Arabic literary text written by Yusuf...
- Yusuf al-Shirbini's Hazz al-Quhuf bi-Sharh Qasid Abi Shaduf (Brains Confounded by the Ode of Abu Shaduf Expounded), a 17th-century Egyptian text on Ottoman...
- expenditure of labor and time than the shaduf, which was the previous chief irrigation device in the kingdom. The shaduf relied on human energy but the saqiyah...
- 2019. The earliest recorded version or concept of a crane was called a Shaduf and used over 4,000 years by the Egyptians to transport water. Cite journal...
- less labour force and time than the Shaduf, which was the previous irrigation device in the Kingdom. The Shaduf relied on human energy whiles the saqiya...
- were irrigated by hand, or (from the late 18th Dynasty) by means of the shaduf. Model of Meketra's house and garden from his tomb at Thebes, which consists...
- qanat system from Persia, regional water-lifting devices such as the noria, shaduf and ****pump from Egypt, and the windmill from Islamic Afghanistan. Other...
- flood. Such usage continued in the early 2000s, along with the traditional shaduf (a device to raise water) and waterwheel to lift water to fields in local...