The archaeology of Islamic period Khaybar, northwest Saudi Arabia

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April 12, 2024

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Stephen McPhillips and Guillaume Chung-To, « The archaeology of Islamic period Khaybar, northwest Saudi Arabia », ArchéOrient, le blog, ID : 10.58079/w7cs


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One of the foci of the Khaybar Longue Durée Archaeological Project, the study of a major oasis in northwest Arabia, characterised by fertile spring-fed wadis, filled with date gardens, cutting through the basalt geology of the volcanic Harrat Khaybar (fig. 1), is the investigation of its Islamic past. Here we look at some methodological issues encountered in our work, as well as providing an overview of some of the main results. Fig. 1: Map of the Royal Commission for AlUla Khaybar jurisdict...

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