Water installations and water management

Avni, Gideon, 2018. “Early Islamic Irrigated Farmsteads and the Spread of Qanats in Eurasia”, Water History 10: 313-338.

Ayalon, Etan, 2000. “Typology and Chronology of Water-Wheel (Sāqiya) Pottery Pot from Israel”, Israel Exploration Journal 50: 216-226.

Baumgarten, Yaʿaqov, 2014. “ʿAd Halom: A Saqiye Installation from the Byzantine and Early Islamic Periods at the Foot of Tel-Ashdod”, HA-ESI 126, http://www.hadashot- ESI.org.il/report_detail_eng.aspx?id=14719&mag_id=121 (Hebrew, English summary).

Blanc, Pierre-Marie, and Genequand, Denis, 2007. “Le développement du moulin hydraulique à roue horizontale à l’époque Omeyyade: À propos d’un moulin sur l’aqueduc de Bosra (Syrie du Sud)”, Syria 87: 295-306.

Blanke, Louise, 2016. “Trois latrines publiques dans la Jérash de l’Antiquité tardive (Jordanie)”, Médiévales 70: 43-58.

Boussac, Marie-Françoise, et al. (eds.), 2014. 25 siècles de bain collectif en Orient: Proche-Orient, Égypte et Péninsule Arabique, Études urbaines 9.1, Institut français d’archéologie orientale.

Driessen, Mark, and Abudanah, Fawzi, 2018.The Udhruh Region: A Green Desert in the Hinterland of Ancient Petra”, in: Yijie Zhuang and Mark Altaweel (eds.), Water Societies and Technologies from the Past and Present, London: UCL Press.

Fournet, Thibaud, 2012. “The Ancient Baths of Southern Syria in Their Near Eastern Context. Introduction to the Balnéorient Project”, in: Ralf Kreiner and Wolfram Letzner (eds.), SPA: Proceedings of the International Frontinus-Symposium on the Technical and Cultural History of Ancient Baths. Aachen, March 18-22, 2009, Leuven: Peeters, 327-336.

Gascoigne, Alison L., 2007. “The Water Supply of Tinnīs: Public Amenities and Private Investments”, in: Amira K. Bennison and Alison L. Gascoigne (eds.), Cities in the Pre-Modern Islamic World, London and New York: Routhledge, 161-176.

Genequand, D., 2003. “Maʿān, an Early Islamic settlement in southern Jordan: Preliminary Report on a survey in 2002”, Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 47: 25-35.

Gorzalczany, Amir, and Amit, David, 2014. “The Early Islamic Aqueducts to Ramla and Hebron”, in: Christoph Ohlig and Tsvika Tsuk (eds.), Cura Aquarum in Israel II, Water in Antiquity, Schriften der Deutschen Wasserhistorischen Gesellschaft 21, Siegburg, 71-80.

Kaptijn, Eva, 2018. “Irrigation and Social Organisation: A Longue Durée Perspective from the Jordan Valley”, in: Emily Holt (ed.), Water and Power in Past Societies, Albany: SUNY Press, 41-61.

Lichtenberger, A., Raja, R., Seland, E.H., Kinnaird, T., & Simpson, I.A., 2019. “Urban-Riverine Hinterland Synergies in Semi-Arid Environments: Millennial-Scale Change, Adaptations, and Environmental Responses at Gerasa/Jerash”, Journal of Field Archaeology, DOI: doi.org/10.1080/00934690.2019.1625619.

Oleson, John Peter, 2018. “Strategies for Water Supply in Arabia Petraea during the Nabataean through Early Islamic Periods: Local Adaptations of the Regional ‘Technological Shelf’”, in: Jonas Berking (ed.), Water Management in Ancient Civilizations, Berlin: Topoi, 17-42.

Al-Rashid, Saad A., 1980. Darb Zubaydah: The Pilgrim Road from Kufa to Mecca, Riyad: Riyad University Libraries.

Rousset, Marie-Odile, 2016. “Latrines et espaces d’ablution dans les mosquées du Proche-Orient médiéval: l’enseignement des fouilles de Tyr”, Médiévales 70: 105-128.

Scanlon, George T., 1970. “Housing and Sanitation: Some Aspects of Medieval Islamic Public Service”, in: A.H. Hourani and S.M. Stern (eds.), The Islamic City, Glasgow: University of Pennsylvania Press, 179-194.

Soroush, Mehronoush, 2014. “Irrigation in Khuzistan after the Sasanians: Continuity, Decline, or Transformation?”, in: Alessandro Gnasso, Emanuele E. Intagliata and Thomas J. MacMaster (eds.), The Long Seventh Century: Continuity and Discontinuity in an Age of Transition, Oxford: Lang, 269-289.

Williams, Tim, 2018. “Flowing into the City: Approaches to Water Management in the Early Islamic City of Sultan Kala, Turkmenistan”, in: Yijie Zhuang and Mark Altaweel (eds.), Water Societies and Technologies from the Past and Present, London: UCL Press.

Wordsworth, Paul, 2018. “The hydrological networks of the Balkh Oasis after the arrival of Islam: a landscape archaeological perspective”, Afghanistan 1(1): 182-208.

Works on a wider temporal context

Oleson, John Peter, 1991. “Aqueducts, Cisterns, and the Strategy of Water Supply at Nabataean and Roman Auara (Jordan)”, in: A. Trevor Hodge (ed.), Future Currents in Aqueduct Studies, Melksham: Francis Cairns, 45-62.

Schiøler, Thorkild, 1973. Roman and Islamic Water-Lifting Wheels, Odense: Odense University Press.

Wikander, Örjan (ed.), 2000. Handbook of Ancient Water Technology, Leiden: Brill.

Wilson, Andrew I., 2008. “Hydraulic Engineering and Water Supply”, in: J. P. Oleson (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Engineering and Technology in the Classical World, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 285-318.

Wilson, Andrew I., 2011. “Drainage and Sanitation”, in: Gemma C.M. Jansen, Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow, and Eric M. Moormann (eds.), Roman Toilets: Their Archaeology and Cultural History, Leuven: Peeters, 151-179.