author={William Charles Brice and George Percy Badger and Gertrude Lowthian Bell},
  journal={Anatolian Studies},
  pages={77 - 111}
The great interest and importance attaching to the ruins of Harran, particularly in relation to the city's age-old association with the Mesopotamian moon-cult, has never been in doubt. The remarkable degree to which, during the past generation, they have escaped the attention of archaeologists has been due entirely to their geographical inaccessibility. So many references to Harran, either under its own name or in the classical guise of Carrhae, occur throughout the length of Mesopotamian… 
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Muslim Elites in the Early Islamic Jazīra: The Qāḍīs of Ḥarrān, al-Raqqa, and al-Mawṣil

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  • History
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  • 2020
: This paper investigates local and regional networks of power in the province of al-Jaz ī ra during the Umayyad and early ʿ Abb ā sid period. Using a prosopographical approach, it focuses on the

The Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan

  • 2015



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          Some unmistakably Hellenistic fragments

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