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A record of Holocene climate change from lake geochemical analyses in southeastern Arabia
Lacustrine sediments from southeastern Arabia reveal variations in lake level corresponding to changes in the strength and duration of Indian Ocean Monsoon (IOM) summer rainfall and winter cyclonicExpand
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Sasanian and Islamic pottery from Ras al-Khaimah : classification, chronology, and analysis of trade in the Western Indian Ocean
This analysis of trade in the Western Indian Ocean between the Sasanian period in the 4th century AD and the present day is based on a classification of ceramics from Ras al-Khaimah in the UnitedExpand
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Phytolith analysis from the archaeological site of Kush, Ras al-Khaimah, United Arab Emirates.
Despite the wealth of archaeological sites and excellent conditions for preservation, few phytolith investigations have been undertaken from the Arabian Gulf region. The results from the Sasanian andExpand
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The decline of eastern Arabia in the Sasanian period
This paper lists and reviews the archaeological evidence for the Sasanian period in eastern Arabia (third–seventh centuries AD). Much of the published evidence is shown to be either erroneous orExpand
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Julfar and the urbanisation of Southeast Arabia
The fourteenth-sixteenth-century town of Julfar (al-Mataf) in Ras al-Khaimah (UAE) is one of the most fully investigated archaeological sites in the Gulf, having been the subject of seven differentExpand
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Sasanian and Islamic pottery from Ras al-Khaimah (eBook version) : classification, chronology and analysis of trade in the Western Indian Ocean.
During the course of a preliminary surface survey of the island of Hulaylah in Ras al-Khaimah, United Arab Emirates in 1991, it became clear that, although understanding of the ceramic sequence fromExpand
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Jazīrat al-Ḥulayla — early Julfār
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From human niche construction to imperial power: long-term trends in ancient Iranian water systems
This article summarizes the outcome of a workshop sponsored by the Durham University Centre for Iranian Cultural Studies, where papers were presented on the entire chronological range of waterExpand
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