The Umayyad congregational mosque of Jarash in Jordan and its relationship to early mosques

@article{Walmsley2005TheUC,
  title={The Umayyad congregational mosque of Jarash in Jordan and its relationship to early mosques},
  author={A. Walmsley and K. Damgaard},
  journal={Antiquity},
  year={2005},
  volume={79},
  pages={362 - 378}
}
The early mosque at Jarash is reconstructed by archaeological excavation and survey and attributed to a wave of urban renewal in the reign of caliph Hisham (AD 724-743). 
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