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0500051267
Author:
Glenn Markoe,Glen W. Bowersock
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Ancient Civilizations
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English
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Gardners Books (October 31, 2003)
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Bibliographic Details. Title: Petra Rediscovered: The Lost City of the. Publisher: Harry N Abrams Inc, New York. Publication Date: 2003.

Bowersock GW (2003) The Nabataean history context. In: Markoe G (ed) Petra rediscovered: lost city of the Nabataeans. Harry Abrahams, New York, pp 19–25Google Scholar

Bowersock GW (2003) The Nabataean history context. Harry Abrahams, New York, pp 19–25Google Scholar. Fiema ZT (2003) The Byzantine church at Petra. Harry Abrahams, New York, pp 239–249Google Scholar. Gawlikowski M (1990) Les Dieux des Nabatéens. BerlinGoogle Scholar. Cite this entry as: Belmonte . 2015) Petra and the Nabataeans. In: Ruggles C. (eds) Handbook of Archaeoastronomy and Ethnoastronomy. Springer, New York, NY.

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The Nabataeans tend to be considered simply as the people who lived at Petra, but in. .The second half of the book looks at Petra itself.

The Nabataeans tend to be considered simply as the people who lived at Petra, but in fact they had a far more extensive territory, covering the whole of modern Jordan and extending down into Arabia and up into modern Syria. There is an excellent essay on the history of the Nabataeans by Glen Bowersock, and I also enjoyed the essay on Nabataean pottery by Stephan Schmid (who is the source of our article on the Soldier’s Tomb).

Markoe, Glenn, ed. New York: Abrams, 2003. Petra and the Lost Kingdom of the Nabataeans. Harvard University Press, 2002. Milleker, Elizabeth . ed. The Year One: Art of the Ancient World East and West. Exhibition catalogue. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000. See on MetPublications. The Roman Empire (27 .

"Petra Rediscovered" brings us the discoveries from the ongoing archaeological excavations of this area, as well scholarly research on the city and the Nabataean people.