3 edition of Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan III (Studies in the History & Archaeology of Jordan) found in the catalog.
Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan III (Studies in the History & Archaeology of Jordan)
by Routledge & Kegan Paul Books Ltd
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
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Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan held at Tübingen, West Germany in April, English and Arabic. Maps on lining papers. Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan, Book 3 Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan, Adnan Hadidi: Editor: Adnan Hadidi: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Department of.
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Jordan: An Archaeological Reader provides a detailed survey of the human occupation of Jordan from the Palaeolithic through to the end of the Ottoman period. The volume is introduced by a brief history of the development of archaeology in Jordan and an overview of the evolving landscape and environment of the country, followed by fifteen chapters as chronological.
Studies In The History And Archaeology Of Jordan III Hadidi, Dr. Adnan (edits) Published by Department of Antiquities, Amman & RKP, London (). Series: Studies in the Archaeology and History of the Levant, Volume: 1 Editors: Lawrence E. Stager, Joseph A.
Greene, and Michael D. Coogan James A. Sauer was for many years the Director of the American Center of Oriental Research in Amman, Jordan, leading it to the preeminent place it now occupies as a research institution dedicated to the.
Table of Contents The archaeology of Jordan: achievements and charting the future Ancient travellers in Moab and modern excavations History in depth: surface survey and aerial archaeology The Paleolithic of Jordan in the Levantine context The middle Paleolithic of Jordan: an overview The role of environmental degradation in long term settlement trends in Wādī al.
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A comprehensive introduction to the archaeology and history of Jordan. There are sixteen individual chapters on successive chronological periods, each specially written by a leading expert. There are also sections on specific themes topics or key aspects of the archaeological record such as agriculture, pastoralism pottery, water supply and mosaics.
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