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Meda'in Saleh - Introduction:

This Nabataean city is located in Saudi Arabia, approximately 320 kilometers south of Petra. This Nabataean city has 131 tombs spread out over 13.4 kilometers. The city proper as a siq, walls, towers, …

Archaeology and Islam #10 - Battle of Badr:

Click below to watch the video: Where did the Battle of Badr take place? In Saudi Arabia or in Jordan? What historical evidence backs up the two suggested locations? Does this prove or disprove …

Humeima:

Copyright 2002 CanBooks The Nabataean city of Humeima (ancient Hawara) an important historical site, as it is a city that was founded by the Nabataeans, and survived only into the Byzantine era. …

Meda'in Saleh - Tombs:

Meda’in Saleh has 131 tombs spread out over 13.4 kilometers. The city proper as a siq, walls, towers, water conduits, and cisterns. We are trying to collect pictures, maps and other descriptions …

Archaeology and Islam #26 Islamic Graveyards and the Qibla #2:

Click below to watch the video: This is the second video of two videos that will examine the Qiblas of early graveyards in Islam. In this video Dan Gibson looks at mosques with a Petra Qibla and a …

Battle of Badr:

Video #10 This is a general transcript of a Dan Gibson video in the series: Archeology and Islam. [Battle of Badr …

Islamic Graveyards, and the Qibla #2:

Video #26 This is a general transcript of a Dan Gibson video in the series: Archeology and Islam. Islamic Graveyards and the Qibla #2 Hello, I am Dan Gibson, and this is the second video in a two …

Tauste Islamic Graves:

Mosque Name: Tauste Islamic Graves Country: Spain City: Tauste Year of construction (AH): 155 AH Year of construction (AD): 772 AD GPS: 41°55’0.80"N 1°15’17.34"W ArchNet: …

Udayas Graveyard:

Name: Udayas Graveyard Country: Morocco City: Udayas GPS: 34.02987 -6.841498 Original Qibla: Parallel Rebuilt facing Mecca: never For a Link to the Qibla Tool Click Here Description: It is always …