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This bibliography section of the book Corpus Inscriptionum Arabicarum Palaestinae: Addendum contains a list of reference articles and books. During his travels in the East in search of Arabic inscriptions and study of Islamic archeology, art, and architecture, Max van Berchem took squeezes of many inscriptions. After his death, his collection was transferred to the Institute of Classical Archeology at the University of Oslo, Norway. Most of the inscriptions, according to van Berchem's notes on the squeezes, came to Baron Plato von Ustinow's home in Jaffa from Ascalon, Caesarea or Ramlah. In many cases the origin of the inscriptions is indicated as Ascalon or Caesarea".

Keywords: Baron Plato von Ustinow; Corpus Inscriptionum Arabicarum Palaestinae: Addendum; Max van Berchem; squeezes



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