A short history of Mulabbis (Petah Tikva, Israel)

  title={A short history of Mulabbis (Petah Tikva, Israel)},
  author={Roy Marom},
  journal={Palestine Exploration Quarterly},
  pages={134 - 145}
  • R. Marom
  • Published 3 April 2019
  • History
  • Palestine Exploration Quarterly
ABSTRACT The following article summarizes our current knowledge of the history of Tell Mulabbis (in modern Petah Tikva). As a key archaeological site in the Yarkon River basin, it was inhabited during the Roman, Byzantine, Early Islamic, Crusader, Mamluk and Late Ottoman periods. Based on the published results of recent excavations, older scholarship, and hereto-unnoticed written evidence, the article examines and interprets Mulabbis's material culture within the broader contexts of the region… 



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