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Researcher interests: Archaeology of the Islamic period and its multi-cultural aspects. Urban patterns in the transition between the Byzantine to the Islamic periods. Umayyad palaces and their social and economic significance. Early Islamic mosques; roads and inns, especially of the post-Crusader period. Minarets in Palestine and their symbolism. Pottery of the Islamic period.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Humanities
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Selected Publications

Katia Cytryn-Silverman, katia cytrynsilverman
khān al ẓāhir bi ẓāhir al quds (2009)| Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society| Read more
Katia Cytryn-Silverman, katia cytrynsilverman
the fifth mīl from jerusalem another umayyad milestone from southern bilād al shām (2007)| Bulletin of The School of Oriental and African Studies-university of London| Read more

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Tamir Huberman
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