The investigation of past cultures in the geographical boundaries of the modern nation-state of Jordan through the study and scientific analysis of material remains, including artifacts, architectural, and osteological.
Information on the discovery, preservation, interpretation and display of the statues at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.
From The Lebanon Daily Star, a recent discovery of a cache of clay loom weights at Khirbat al-Mudaybi in Central Jordan is shedding new light on ancient textile crafts and industries.
Brief article by Arthur Rosen in The Jewish Magazine relates a history of this nomadic Arab tribe. With photos.
From the Lebanon Daily Star, the recent discovery of a temple at Tell al-Umayri in central Jordan, excavated as part of the Madaba Plains Project.
Bibliography of archaeobotanical reports from Levantine sites, including Jordanian sites.
The ancient Nabataean people built the spectacular city of Petra, as well as many other cities in Arabia.
From the Age, Australian archaeologists have sparked an academic row by claiming to have solved the riddle of a missing 1,000 years in human prehistory.
Includes a virtual tour of the site, information on the major finds, the primary data and the main published papers.
Excavations focused on the Byzantine Church near the center of the tell, Bronze Age settlement on the northeast edge, and the Bronze Age tombs across the wadi to the west of the tell. Details on the 2001-2004 excavations.
Description of the site and its excavation. Includes bibliography and photographs.
Description of the site, focusing on the church of St Stephen. Also includes photographs and a bibliography.
Byzantine site in northeast Jordan. Includes a bibliography, images, maps, and essays.
A multidisciplinary study of the Karak district. Includes information on the archaeology, history, environment and culture of the area. Also has a photo gallery and maps.
Description of the on-going archaeological work. Includes photographs, maps, GIS data, and a bibliography.
Description of the on-going archaeological work. Includes photographs, maps and a bibliography.
Archaeological research on Epipalaeolithic, Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age settlements in northwestern Jordan.
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