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|Title||Mughsayl: Another Candidate for Land Bountiful|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2007|
|Authors||Phillips, Wm. Revell|
|Journal||Journal of Book of Mormon Studies|
|Keywords||Arabia; Bountiful; Mughsayl; Trade Route|
Adding to three previous sites proposed as Nephi’s Bountiful, Phillips argues in defense of another candidate—Mughsayl. He evaluates all the candidates and describes the corresponding areas. He proposes that Lehi and his family were not alone during their travels or time in Bountiful and lists ten reasons in support of his proposal of Mughsayl as the land of Bountiful. The merits of Mughsayl include its tributaries, its ability to sustain a large herd of camels and other domesticated animals, and its location on a trade route between Salalah and the Hadramaut region of Yemen.
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