Forste and Marston publish on Islamic agricultural systems at Ashkelon

EAL alumna Kathleen Forste (GRS ’20) and John M. Marston are co-authors on a new article, “Urban agricultural economy of the Early Islamic southern Levant: a case study of Ashkelon” just published in Vegetation History and Archaeobotany. This article publishes the full Islamic- and Crusader-period archaeobotanical assemblage from Ashkelon, which provides robust evidence for the complex arboriculture system of the Early Islamic period. The article is available for free online for a limited time at this link; permanent DOI link is here.

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