Ancient Abila: An Archaeological History
A political and social history of the city of Abila in Syro-Palestine from its earliest occupation in the Upper Palaeolithic/Neolithic through to the Ottoman period. Wineland looks at the archaeological evidence, early texts, numismatic and iconographic evidence.
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