Mosque Name: Khirbet Abu Ṣuwwana
City: Maale Adumim
Year of construction (AD): 800-899
GPS: 31.766268 35.300383
Gibson Classification: Unknown
This is the site of an old Arab village. It has now been taken over by modern housing. A mihrab was found at this site.
Magness, Jodi, 2004. “Khirbet Abu Suwwana and Ein ʿAneva: Two Early Islamic Settlements on Palestine’s Desert Periphery”, in: Donald Whitcomb (ed.), Changing Social Identity with the Spread of Islam: Archaeological Perspectives, Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 11-23. https://oi.uchicago.edu/research/publications/ois/ois-1-changing-social-identity-spread-islam-archaeological-perspectives
Sion, Ofer, 1992. “Khirbet Abu Ṣuwwana – An Arab Village from the Umayyad Period”, Qadmoniot 25(97/98): 53-57 (in Hebrew).
Sion, Ofer, 1996. “Khirbat Abū Ṣuwwane”, ʿAtiqot 32: 183-194 (in Hebrew).