Nabataean Trade Routes:
Many historians have puzzled over the early trade routes of the Nabataeans. Since there were no distinctive Nabataean cities at this time, most discussion on this topic disintegrates into vague …
Talking with Dan Gibson #04 Early Islamic Qiblas:
Dan Gibson introduces his book: Early Islamic Qiblas, and explains what is in the book.
Table 1 Judah and Israel:
A timeline from the Death of king Solomon to Sennacherib’s Invasion of Judah. This timeline demonstrates that all the dates in the Biblical Chronology fit together.
From the Death of Solomon to …
Nabataeans in China:
Through out Chinese history, Chinese explorers, ambassadors, and merchants made occasional trips to the western world. Many of their reports were written down. The Chinese text, however, …
The History of Concrete and the Nabataeans:
Professor Dr. Joseph Davidovits is a recognized world expert on ancient cements and concretes. Much of the following material is taken from his website: http://www.geopolymer.org. Dr. Davidovits is …
Spice Route Time Chart:
The Spice Route Time Chart Includes China, India, Arabia, Europe Best viewed on a wider screen.
Date Europe Arabia India, Ceylon, Central Asia China and the Far East 3000 BC - 0 BC …
Time line from per-historic times to the rise of Islam, and then the last reference to Nabataeans in Islamic literature.
Qibla Story # 2 - Between Qiblas:
Part 2/7 Why do some mosques face a spot in central Arabia and not Mecca? Who was General Hajja, and why did he develop the Between Qibla?
Transcript Hello, I’m Dan Gibson, and welcome to …