The Fifth mīl from Jerusalem: another Umayyad milestone from southern Bilād al-Shām1

@article{CytrynSilverman2007TheFM,
  title={The Fifth mīl from Jerusalem: another Umayyad milestone from southern Bilād al-Shām1},
  author={Katia Cytryn-Silverman},
  journal={Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies},
  year={2007},
  volume={70},
  pages={603 - 610}
}
Abstract In 1958 an Arabic inscription written in monumental angular script was found in the woods next to Aqua Bella-‘Ayn Hemed, on the road between Jerusalem and the coast. The inscription was misfiled in the archives of the Israel Antiquities Authority, remaining unknown to the public for almost fifty years. Following a thorough search of the archives during doctoral research, the author found the original documentation relating to the long-forgotten inscription. The fragmentary inscription… Expand
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