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By Walker, Bethany
10-year-old Freddy Spicer writes letters to his parents - who he believes are working at a Brussels-sprouts farm in Outer Castonga, with no internet or phone access. In fact, Freddy's parents are secret agents out of the country on a highly classified mission - but Freddy has NO ...IDEA!Read more
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Edited by Walker, Bethany; Insoll, Timothy; Fenwick, Corisande
Islamic archaeology is young discipline, emerging only over the course of the 1980s and 1990s. The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Archaeology is the first work of its kind to cover the archaeology of the Islamic world on a global scale, from North Africa to China and Europe to sub-Sa...haran Africa.Read more
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This book explores the transformation of the Mamluk state from the perspective of the Jordanian frontier, considering the actions of local people in molding both the state and their own societies in the post-plague era.
Edited by Walker, Bethany
Features technical studies on pottery from the eastern frontiers of the Ottoman Empire: Cyprus, Israel, the Palestinian territories and Jordan. This book recognizes the cultural, historical, and economic interconnections that made this region a distinctive orbit in the Ottoman sp...here.Read more
Edited by Walker, Bethany; Al Ghouz, Abdelkader
This volume is a collection of research essays submitted by fellows of the Annemarie Schimmel Kolleg, an Advanced Center of Research in Mamluk Studies. It covers three themes, which correspond to the research agenda of the final three academic years of the Annemarie Schimmel Koll...eg. These were: environmental history, material culture studies, and im/mobilitiy. The aim of the articles is to overcome the disciplinary boundaries of our field and to engage in scholarly debates in Ottoman Studies, European history, archaeology and art history, and even the natural sciences.Read more
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