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Syria-Palestine

Syria-Palestine

James Grehan. Twilight of the Saints: Everyday Religion in Ottoman Syria and Palestine.

WALSH, Geoffrey (1884 - 1946), Food Controller, Palestine, 1942; Economic and Financial Adviser to the GOC Palestine, Transjordan, and Syria, and to the Spears Mission (Syria) with rank of Brigadier, 1941; Economic Adviser to the High Commissioner for Palestine; Chairman of the Standing Committee for Commerce and Industry, Member of the Advisory Council, Palestine, 1938

Popular Beliefs As Reflected in ‘Merits of Palestine and Syria’ (Faḍāʾil al-Shām) Literature: Pilgrimage Ceremonies and Customs in the Mamluk and Ottoman Periods1

GRANVILLE, Alexander (1874 - 1929), late Member of the Medical Council of the League of Nations; late President, International Quarantine Board of Egypt; Vice-President Alexandria Municipality; late Commissioner, British Red Cross, Egypt, Palestine, and Syria; late President, Labour Disputes Conciliation Board, Egypt

DOWLING, Theodore Edward (1837 - 1921), late Archdeacon in Syria, and Canon of St George’s Collegiate Church, Jerusalem; Commissary for Eastern Church Intercourse within the Anglican Bishopric in Jerusalem; Chaplain of St Luke’s Church, Haifa-under-Mount-Carmel, Palestine

LAWRENCE, Walter (Roper) (1857 - 1940), Temp. Colonel, Assistant Adjutant-General, 1914; Commissioner to Lord Kitchener for Indian sick and wounded; Liaison Officer between War Office and Ministry of Pensions since 1917; Mission to America, Nov. 1917–March 1918; Staff Independent Air Force, July 1918; Major-General, March 1919; Palestine and Syria; Member of Council of India, 1907–09; resigned, 1909

 

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Since prehistory, the nature and extent of interactions between Egypt and Syria-Palestine (the Levant) had fluctuated across the North Sinai land bridge and through maritime contacts. Although Wadi el-Arish in ...

Subjects: Ancient History (Non-Classical, to 500 CE).


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