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Nature and Ideology
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Theme Park Landscapes
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Perspectives on Garden Histories
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Environmentalism in Landscape Architecture
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Bourgeois and Aristocratic Cultural Encounters in Garden Art, 1550–1850
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Rome and the Arabs
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In addition to political and military matters, Shahîd discusses the Arabs’ cultural contributions in Roman-controlled Oriens, including their role in the urbanization of the region and the progress of Christianity.
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Byzantium and the Arabs in the Fourth Century
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Shahîd recounts the foundation of a new relationship in the fourth century between the Roman Empire and the Arabs in Oriens, who remained allies of Byzantium until the Arab conquests.
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Byzantium and the Arabs in the Fifth Century
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Gleaning from multiple sources, Shahîd describes the political, military, ecclesiastical, and cultural history of the Arab federates in the fifth century and demonstrates how they lived in harmony with Byzantium.
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Byzantium and the Arabs in the Sixth Century
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In this topical study of the military, religious, and civil structures of the Ghassanids, Shahîd argues that the Ghassanids were not nomadic but thoroughly sedentary.
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Byzantium and the Arabs in the Sixth Century
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Shahîd describes the society of the Ghassanids and their contributions to the cultural environment in sixth-century Oriens, revealing the history of a unique Christian Arab culture.
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