Experiment and innovation: early Islamic industry at al-Raqqa, Syria

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Experiment and innovation: early Islamic industry at al-Raqqa, Syria. / Henderson, J; Challis, Keith; O'Hara, S; McLoughlin, S; Gardner, A; Priestnall, G.

In: Antiquity, Vol. 79, No. 303, 01.03.2005, p. 130-145.

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Henderson, J, Challis, K, O'Hara, S, McLoughlin, S, Gardner, A & Priestnall, G 2005, 'Experiment and innovation: early Islamic industry at al-Raqqa, Syria', Antiquity, vol. 79, no. 303, pp. 130-145.

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Henderson, J., Challis, K., O'Hara, S., McLoughlin, S., Gardner, A., & Priestnall, G. (2005). Experiment and innovation: early Islamic industry at al-Raqqa, Syria. Antiquity, 79(303), 130-145.

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Henderson J, Challis K, O'Hara S, McLoughlin S, Gardner A, Priestnall G. Experiment and innovation: early Islamic industry at al-Raqqa, Syria. Antiquity. 2005 Mar 1;79(303):130-145.

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Henderson, J ; Challis, Keith ; O'Hara, S ; McLoughlin, S ; Gardner, A ; Priestnall, G. / Experiment and innovation: early Islamic industry at al-Raqqa, Syria. In: Antiquity. 2005 ; Vol. 79, No. 303. pp. 130-145.

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