National Archives of Libya

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Red Castle, Tripoli, which houses the national archives (photo 2010)

The National Archives of Libya (Dar al-Mahfuzat al-Tarikhiyya) is the national archives of Libya, located in the Red Castle (ar) in Tripoli.[1][2] As of 1980 it was overseen by Salaheddin Hasan al-Suri, Director of Antiquities.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Michel Le Gall (1997). "Forging the nation-state: some issues in the historiography of modern Libya". In Michel Le Gall; Kenneth Perkins. The Maghrib in Question: Essays in History and Historiography. University of Texas Press. ISBN 9780292761575. 
  2. ^ Libya - Libraries and museums

Bibliography[edit]

  • B. G. Martin (1962). "Five Letters from the Tripoli Archives". Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria. 2 (3). JSTOR 41856737. Libyan Government Archives 
  • B. G. Martin (1967). "Turkish Archival Sources for West African History". African Studies Bulletin. 10 (3). doi:10.2307/523229. Libyan State Archive 
  • Hassan Ibrahim Gwarzo (1968). "Seven Letters from the Tripoli Archives". Kano Studies. 1 (4). ISSN 0567-4840. 
  • Lisa S. Anderson (1980). "Research Facilities in the Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriyah". Middle East Studies Association Bulletin. USA. 14. JSTOR 23057756. National Archives 
  • Dirk Vandewalle (nl) (1994). "Research Facilities and Document Collections in the Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriyah". Middle East Studies Association Bulletin. USA. 28. JSTOR 23062295. Dar al-mahfuzat al-tarikhiyah (Libyan Historical Archives)