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Palestine in Late Antiquity

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This study of Palestine in late antiquity depicts a time when the fortunes of the 'east' and the 'west' were intimately linked. Thousands of westerners flocked to what became a Christian holy land, while Jerusalem grew from a sleepy Roman town into an international centre of Christianity and, ultimately, Islam.
Hardcover, 429 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published February 14th 2008)
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