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Umm El Madayan: An Islamic City Through the Ages

by Abderrahman Ayoub

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Along the North Africa coast, on a fertile spit of land in what could be Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, or Libya, successive groups of people from ancient prehistory onward create a settlement that over the course of centuries will undergo an extraordinary evolution.
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Traces the development of a fictional Islamic city in North Africa through the ages.

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