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Series: Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam

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The Byzantine and Early Islamic Near East: Problems in the Literary Source Materials (Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam, No. 1) by Averil Cameron1.I
Byzantine and Early Islamic Near East: Land Use and Settlement Patterns (Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam, Vol. 1) by G. R. D. King1.II
The Byzantine and Early Islamic Near East: States, Resources and Armies (Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam) by Averil Cameron1.III
The Byzantine and Early Islamic Near East: Elites Old and New (Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam) by Lawrence I. Conrad1.VI
The Christian communities of Palestine from Byzantine to Islamic rule : a historical and archaeological study by Robert Schick2
The early Arabic historical tradition : a source-critical study by Albrecht Noth3
Studies in early Islamic history by Martin Hinds4
The Eye of the Beholder: The Life of Muhammad As Viewed by the Early Muslims—A Textual Analysis5
Saints Syriaques by J. M. Fiey6
A Gateway to Hell, a Gateway to Paradise: The North African Response to the Arab Conquest (Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam) by Elizabeth Savage7
Arabs and Others in Early Islam by Suliman Bashear8
The Earliest Biographies of the Prophet and Their Authors (Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam, No. 11) by Josef Horovitz11
Seeing Islam as Others Saw It: A Survey and Evaluation of Christian, Jewish and Zoroastrian Writings on Early Islam by Robert G. Hoyland13
Narratives of Islamic Origins: The Beginnings of Islamic Historical Writing (Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam, No. 14) by Fred McGraw Donner14
Between Bible and Qurʾān : the children of Israel and the Islamic self-image by Uri Rubin17
Ibn Asakir and Early Islamic History by James E. Lindsay20
Studies in Muslim Apocalyptic by David Cook21

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