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A meteoric stone found in 1931 by Mr. Bertram Thomas at Buwah (lat. 20° 3ʹ 10ʺ N., long. 51° 25ʹ E.) in the region of Suwahib in the Rub' al Khali, Arabia, has already been described in this Magazine. In 1932, Mr. H. St. J. B. Philby, travelling on a route some miles to the west of that followed by Mr. Bertram Thomas, picked up meteoric stones at three other places. Two of these are between 25 and 30 miles to the west of Buwah, and the third, Umm Tina, 3 miles north of Shanna, lies about 70 miles to the south.doi:10.1180/minmag.1933.023.140.06 fatcat:va5c62v3c5hebjnh7qzfzr44ju