Commentary on Ibrahim Allawi’s “Some Evolutionary and Cosmological Aspects of Early Islamic Town Planning”

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  • Andrew Petersen University of Wales Trinity Saint David

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2022-08-23

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Petersen, A. (2022). Commentary on Ibrahim Allawi’s “Some Evolutionary and Cosmological Aspects of Early Islamic Town Planning”. Journal of Skyscape Archaeology, 8(1), 66–81. https://doi.org/10.1558/jsa.23776

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