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Katia Cytryn-Silverman

Dr. Katia Cytryn-Silverman


Ph. D. 2005, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem


  • Member of the Sinai Project, Ben-Gurion University, responsible for cataloguing and studying Islamic material in Sinai.
  • Study of Islamic settlement distribution in Northern Sinai on the basis of pottery evidence (M.A. thesis, Hebrew University)
  • Survey of Mamluk sites within the State of Israel, the Golan Heights and parts of the West Bank

  • Katia Cytryn-Silverman at the Ayyubid Khan al-Aqaba, Golan Heights. Sea of Galilee in the background

    Urbanization patterns in Israel and Syria during the Transition between the Byzantine and Islamic periods (joint project of the Department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, Hebrew University, and the Israel Antiquities Authority)
  • Analysis of Ayyubid khans in Israel, the Golan Heights and the West Bank

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