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Umm Qeis: A northern Jordanian village in context.

by Seteney Shami
Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan III ()


Social and economic change in Umm Qeis is presented in terms of common land use patterns, the regulation of land ownershipthat took place at the end of the 19th century, and the trading links that were developed at the end of this period, mostly grain exports to the greater Syria region.

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