© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI: 10.1163/156852008X380077 Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 51 (2008) 843-878 www.brill.nl/jesho Titles of Books Reviewed Volumes 1–50 ʿ Abd al-Rah ̣ mān al-Jabartī’s History of Egypt (T. Philipp and M. Perlmann), reviewed by A. Raymond 39:458-460 Th e ʿ Abbasid Revolution (A.A. Shaban), reviewed by C. Cahen 14:328-329 To Achieve Security and Wealth: Th e Qing Imperial State and the Economy, 1644-1911 (J.K. Leonard and J.R. Watt, eds.), reviewed by J.W. Cole 37:363-365 Acre. Th e Rise and Fall of a Palestinian City, 1730-1831 (Th omas Philipp), reviewed by Tal Shuval 49:253-256 Actes de Mehmed II et de Bayezid II du Ms. Fonds Turc ancien 39 de la B.N. de Paris (N. Beldiceanu), reviewed by R. Mantran 5:321-322 Th e Administrative and Economic Ur III Texts from the City of Ur (Magnus Widell), reviewed by Steven J. Garﬁ nkle 48:122-124 Th e Advent of the Era of Townships in North Mesopotamia (A.J. Jawad), reviewed by J.R. Kupper 13:223-225 Th e Afghan Occupation of Safavid Persia 1721-1729. Studia Iranica Cahier 19 (Willem Floor), reviewed by Christine Noelle-Karimi 45:535-538 Th e Agrarian Administration of Egypt from the Arabs to
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