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A scientist has discovered a unique Islamic astrolabe from the eleventh century in Verona, Italy, which includes inscriptions in Arabic and Hebrew. This find illustrates the rich scientific collaboration between Muslim, Jewish and Christian cultures in the Middle Ages, and presents the
Ramat Hasharon will soon celebrate its 100th year, but it turns out that it is much older than we thought. Archaeological excavations by the Antiquities Authority, which are taking place in preparation for the establishment of a new neighborhood initiated by the Sharon Municipality, have revealed
The inhabitants of the Byzantine Negev used sheep droppings to fertilize the green fields. With the transition to the Islamic period and the beginning of the collapse of the Negev cities, the sheep's dung was piled up in the barns in such large quantities that there
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