Muslim Shrines in Palestine

Chester Charlton McCown
The Annual of the American School of Oriental Research in Jerusalem
Vol. 2/3 (1921/1922), pp. 47-79
DOI: 10.2307/3768451
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3768451
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    Hastings, Encyclopedia of Beligion and Ethics; PJB = Paldstinajahrbuch des deutschen evan- gelischen Instituts fur Altertumswissenschaft des heiligen Landes zu Jerusalem; SWP = Survey of Western Palestine published by the Palestine Exploration Fund
  • 2
    Muhammedanische Studien (Halle a. S., 1888, 1890), II p. 352.
  • 3
    SWP, Special Papers, p. 325.
  • 4
    SWP, MemoirsIII, p. 164
  • 5
    Metamorphoses I, 20.
  • 6
    This reference contains 10 citations:
    • W. M. Patton, art. " Saints and Martyrs (Muhammadan),,,
    • E. W. G. Masterman, art. "Saints and Martyrs (SyTian)/'
    • Ignatz Goldziher, Muhammedanische Studien, II (1890), pp. 275-378
    • Edmond Doutté, "Notes sur PIslam Magribin. Les Marabouts," in Revue de I'histoire des religions, XL (1899), pp. 343-369
    • XLI (1900), pp. 22-66, 289-336, (also separate, Paris, 1900)
    • hisMagie et religion dans I'Afrique du nord (Algiers, 1909)
    • Paul Kahle, three articles in PJB, VI (1910), pp. 63-101
    • VII (1911), pp. 85-119
    • VIII (1913), pp. 139-178
    • Professor Paton, 'l Survivals of Primitive Religion in Palestine," in the last number of this Annual, pp. 51-65
  • 7
    Goldziher, Muh. Stud., II, pp. 286 f
  • 9
    Baedeker, Palestine and Syria (1912), p. 274
  • 11
    Jaussen, Coutumes des Arabes au pays de Moab, p. 337.
  • 13
    Kahle, PJB, VIII, pp. 141 f.
  • 14
    Kahle saw it, loc. cit
  • 23
    PJB,VI,p. 99.
  • 25
    Annual, I, pp. 61 f.
  • 27
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Kahle, PJB, VI, pp. 97-100
    • Paton, Annual, I, pp. 58 ff
  • 28
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Canaan, Aberglaube und Vollcsmedicin im Lande der Bibel, p. 16 f.
    • "Haunted Springs and Water Demons in Palestine,,, Journal Palestine Oriental Society, I (1920-21), pp. 153-170
  • 29
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Kahle, PJB, VI, pp. 93-97
    • Paton, Annual, I, pp. 55 ff
  • 30
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Kahle, PJB, VI, pp. 90-94
    • Paton, Annual, I, p. 64
    • Curtiss, Primitive Semitic "Religion Today, pp. 84-88
  • 31
    Annual, I, pp. 62 f.
  • 32
    Primitive Semitic Beligion Today, p. 142.
  • 33
    Annual, I, p. 62.
  • 34
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Kahle, PJB, VII, p. 86
    • PJB, VIII, p. 140
  • 36
    PJB, VIII, p. 146
  • 37
    ERE, XI, p. 79.
  • 38
    Coutumes des Arabes, p. 337.
  • 39
    Prim. Sem. Bel, p. 80.
  • 40
    Xoc. cit. n. 1.
  • 41
    PJB, VIII, p. 146.
  • 42
    Pere Jaussen (Coutumes des Arabes, p. 337)