Concept

Al-Qubab

Summary
Al-Qubab (القباب) was a Palestinian Arab village in the Ramle Subdistrict. It was depopulated in July 1948 during the Operation Dani led by the Yiftach Brigade. History Remains, possibly dating from the Roman era have been found here. Archeological excavations have revealed tombs and cisterns dating to the Roman and Byzantine eras, and addition to pottery remains from the same eras. Pottery remains from the early Islamic era, including a glazed bowl from the Abbasid period have also been found here. Mamluk era During the late Mamluk era, Mujir al-Din wrote that al-Qubab was a village within the administrative jurisdiction of al-Ramla in 1483. Mujir al-Din further noted that In 898 A. H., or 1492 C.E. the fellahin rebelled against the governor of Jerusalem. They were then caught between the governors of Gaza and Jerusalem, about in whose jurisdiction Al-Qubab was. Ceramics from the Mamluk era have also been exc
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