Archaeology of medieval Islamic frontiers: from the Mediterranean to the Caspian Sea, The
Different areas of the Islamic polity previously understood as "minor frontiers" were in fact of substantial importance to ancient state formation. Exploring different concepts of "border" in areas whose importance previously went unrecognized, including Maghreb, the Mediterranean, Egypt, Nubia, and the Caucasus through archaeological and documentary evidence--provided by publisher.
Eger, A. Asa
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