publisher Sussex Academic Press isbn * *
series BAR International Series 1646 year 2007 publisher Archaeopress place Oxford isbn 978-1-4073-0080-1 Arab, Crusader and Mamluk rule Historical sources from the 10th-15th centuries describe Gush Halav (Jish) as a large Jewish village. It is mentioned in the 10th century by Arab geographer Al-Muqaddasi. Jewish life in the 10th and 11th centuries is attested to by documents in the Cairo Geniza.
. Dimitrios V. Grammenos and Elias K. Petropoulos. Oxford, Archaeopress, 2001 (BAR International Series; 1675 (1-2)), 239-286. Category:Populated places established in the 4th century BC Category:Ancient Greek cities Category:Black Sea Category:Populated places in Constanța County Category:Populated coastal places in Romania Category:Mangalia Category:Cities in Romania Category:Port cities and towns in Romania
La Palestine byzantine, Peuplement et Populations, Vol. III : Catalogue series BAR International Series 726 year 1998 publisher Archeopress location Oxford * *
title The Survey of Western Palestine: Memoirs of the Topography, Orography, Hydrography, and Archaeology location London publisher Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund (Palestine Exploration Fund) volume 3 * *
, 1st Earl Kitchener year 1882 url http: www.archive.org details surveyofwesternp02conduoft title The Survey of Western Palestine: Memoirs of the Topography, Orography, Hydrography, and Archaeology location London publisher Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund (Palestine Exploration Fund) volume 2 *
Exploration Fund Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund volume 3 (pp. 63 -81) * (pp. 890-1) *
London publisher Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund (Palestine Exploration Fund) volume 3 * (p. 915) *
, at the age of 19 years and 333 days, becomes the youngest person to reach 2,000 points in NBA history. He breaks Kobe Bryant's record, who was 20 years, 183 days old when he had his 2,000th point. The Cavaliers defeated the Chicago Bulls, 96–74. (ESPN) *Cricket: England (English cricket team) arrive in Harare, Zimbabwe for their controversial One Day International series against the Zimbabwean cricket team. (Cricinfo) *Cross-country skiing: Starting off the 2005 World Cup season (Cross-country skiing World Cup medalists#2004 05 3)'s third weekend of competitions, in Ruka-Kuusamo (Kuusamo), Finland, the Ladies' 10 km free technique distance race is won by Kateřina Neumannová (CZE), with runners-up for 2nd and 3rd place being Kristina Šmigun (EST) and Natalia Baranova-Masolkina (RUS). (FIS-Ski Results) *NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) football (American football): The Nebraska Cornhuskers (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) finish with a losing record for the first time since 1961, and without a chance to play in a bowl game for the first time since 1968, after a 26–20 loss to the Colorado Buffaloes (University of Colorado at Boulder). (AP) Biography Mullova was born in Zhukovsky (Zhukovsky, Moscow Oblast), near Moscow, in Soviet Russia (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic). WikiPedia:Kuusamo Commons:Category:Kuusamo
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