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The current collection of essays comes in the footsteps of a five-lecture series on Judaea/Palestine that Eck delivered in the university city of Jena in 2005 and then published in a small book (Rom und Judaea: Funf Vortrage zur romischen Herrschaft in Palaestina [2007]).
Coleoptera Mediterranea Orientalia, quae in Aegypto, Palaestina, Syria, Caramania atque Anatolia Occidentalia Anno 1904 collegerunt John Sahlberg et Unio Saalas [Beetles of the eastern Mediterranean, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, west Anatolia, and west Caramania, and a collection of John Sahlberg and Unio Saalas in 1904].
Thus, the boundaries between Sebaste and Neapolis, and between Neapolis and Jerusalem, coincided with the same boundaries of the Byzantine Palaestina Secunda (Benevisti, 1976).
Rosmarinus officinalis L., Origanum syriacum L., Thymus syriacus Boiss., Salvia palaestina Benth., Mentha piperita L., and Lavandula stoechas L.
Die Sudkuste Kleinasiens, Syrien und Palaestina, (Leipzig: Walter de Gruyter, 2002), 181.
Introducing Daskara Palaestina Prima Extra Virgin Olive Oil, a premium oil from the West Bank region of Palestine.
palaestina (Altinozlu, 2004), Calicotome villosa and Quercus calliprinos (Kababya et al., 1998), Leuceana leucocephala and Combretum aculeatum (Bosma and Bicaba, 1997), Quercus coccifera, Paliurus spina-christi and Phillyrea latifolia (Guvensen and Ozturk, 2003).
The Palestinians have a history that goes back thousands of years, the earliest of references being found in ancient Greek historian Herodotus' writings, who talks of Palaestina, stretching from Phoenecia to Egypt.
Hadrian renamed Judea as Galilee, and Syria called it Palaestina in honor of Israel's hated enemies, the Philistines.
By: Uri Avnery It is already a commonplace to say that people who don't learn from history are condemned to repeat their mistakes.Some 1942 years ago, the Jews in the province called Palaestina launched a revolt against the Roman Empire.
(10) Soon after Eusebius's sojourn there, the surrounding province was split between Palaestina Prima and Palaestina Secunda.
The Romans, who conquered the area around 63 B.C., name it Palaestina [later Palestine], after the Philistines.