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1989 Petra excavations

Nabil I. Khairy

1989 Petra excavations

by Nabil I. Khairy

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Published by O. Harrassowitz in Wiesbaden .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Petra (Extinct city),
  • Jordan.
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Jordan,
    • Petra (Extinct city)

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (v. 1, p. 61-67) and index.

      StatementNabil I. Khairy
      SeriesAbhandlungen des Deutschen Palästinavereins,, Bd. 13
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS154.9.P48 K47 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1283726M
      ISBN 103447028785
      LC Control Number92141707

      Many archaeologists have been researching, excavating and publishing on Petra since the excavation. This list of resources therefore focuses on the outputs relating to Petra created by members of the excavation team, and also provides references for a few general guides to and histories of Petra available in English.   Petra (Greek Πέτρα, Petra, meaning “stone”; Arabic: البتراء, Al-Batrāʾ) is a historical and archaeological city in the southern Jordanian governorate of Ma’an, that is famous for its rock-cut architecture and water conduit system. Another name for Petra is the Rose City due to the color of the stone out of which it is carved.

      Since , visitors to Petra have increased f per year to more than , and in July , with more than million votes, Petra has been chosen as one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. As a new Wonder, Petra's tourism is expected to double bringing more visitors to this magical valley, emphasizing the need for even more. Check out these tips and tricks to help you enjoying your trip in Petra; Please do not purchase any antiquities, be they rocks or coins. There is no way of knowing whether t.

      Red-rock ruins tell an ancient story in Jordanian 'seventh wonder' of Petra to the temple holding the Holy Grail in ’s “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.” excavations, and rode. Umm al-Biyara, the highest mountain in Petra, southern Jordan, was the first Iron Age Edomite site to be extensively excavated. The stratigraphy, pottery, small finds and inscribed material are described, supplemented by chapters on the use of space and a landscape study of mountain-top sites in the Petra 3/5(1).


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1989 Petra excavations by Nabil I. Khairy Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Directorate of cultural Sources has carried out about twenty-two archaeological excavations during various missions in Petra and Beidha, which include the following excavations: Petra Garden and pool complex.

Conducted by: American mission / Pennsylvania University; Under the direction of Dr. Leigh-Ann Bedal; Jabal haroon Excavations.

Beidha is an ancient Natufian encampment just outside of Petra, Jordan. I visited the site inand though it was not much more to look at than a bunch of carefully placed stones, it turns out that what I saw was a small village as old as Jericho dating back s years!5/5(1).

Hollywood's Indiana Jones sought the Holy Grail in one of Petra's caves in a film, dramatizing the site for a worldwide audience. The peace treaty between Jordan and Israel made mass. American Expedition to Petra begins the first major long-term excavations at Petra at the "Temple of the Winged Lions," an activity that continues to this day American Center of Oriental Research (ACOR) begins USAID-funded excavations at two Byzantine churches, the Petra Church and the Ridge Church.

uncovering the "Petra scrolls". Excavations and Surveys in Petra“Chronique Archéologique.” Sy 5) Joukowsky, M. a Archaeological Excavations and Survey of the Southern Temple at Petra, Jordan, ADAJ, Vol. XXXVIII, 6) _____. b Archaeological Survey of the Southern Temple at Petra, Jordan, L'Orient 1989 Petra excavations book 2, Amman: Jordan Distribution Agency/ Chatto & Windus, ".

it presents not only the story of the city and its peoples but also an exceptionally clear account of its monuments and scenic splendour, and the exciting discoveries made in recent archaeological excavations.

The first part of the final synthesis of excavations which took place in advance of the southern bypass in Norwich. The report focuses on six main excavations as well as providing details on the context and history of the project, the research aims and me.

© All Rights Reserved. Developed by Konstantinos Togias. Powered by Free and Open Source and Open Source Software. Introduction: 25 years of excavations and studies at Petras, in M. Tsipopoulou (ed.), Petras, Siteia – 25 years of excavations and studies, Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens, vol.

16, Athens: Danish Institute at Athens, The first edition of this book was published in and was reprinted in Under the auspices of the publishers, Nova Scientificia, it appeared in an Italian edition in translated by Ada Gabucci, with an introductory chapter by Daniele Manacorda.

It was published in Polish in Conservation work at Petra: What had been done and what is needed aFadi Bala‟awi*, a Mohammed Waheeb a, Yahya Alshawabkeh, and a Firas Alawneh aQueen Rania's Institute of Tourism and Heritage Hashemite University Zarqa-Jordan P.O.

BoxZarqaJordan Abstract. Book Description: Humayma, ancient Hawara, was the only significant settlement in the Hisma, the desert between Petra and Aqaba.

Founded by a Nabataean king in the late first century B.C., the site flourished for years as a Nabataean, Roman, Byzantine, and Early Islamic settlement. Chatto & Windus, This is an oversized soft cover archaeology book on Petra.

Thr condition is Near Fine. Third Edition. This is a solid book with a strraight & smooth spine. The cover is clean & bright with very good edges. This book has many interesting illustrations.

The pages are tight, bright and unmarked. No. Petra Great Temple Volume 3: Brown University Excavations –, Architecture and Material Culture [Hardback] Martha Sharp Joukowsky (Author) Regular Price: £ Petra Great Temple, Volume III, Now Available. We are completely delighted to announce that Martha Sharp Joukowsky's book, Petra Great Temple, Volume III: Brown University Excavations –, Architecture and Material Culture, is now available from Oxbow Books and Casemate Academic.

Introduction: Brown University professor emerita Martha Sharp Joukowsky directed the. Excavations at Petra have shown that there was a sharp decline in the number of ceramic vessels used to store cosmetic oils perfumed with ingredients from the East, a once-booming industry that. COVID Resources.

Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

A facade at Petra, where a new monumental structure has been found at the city built by Nabateans more than 2, years ago. Photograph: Martin Keene/PAAuthor: Alan Yuhas. Petra: Lost City of the Ancient World Christian Augé ApE Petra Iain Browning B Petra: A Guide to the Capital of the Nabataeans Rami G.

Khouri K45 Deities and Dolphins: The Story of the Nabataeans Nelson Glueck qG The Sarcophagus of an Ancient Civilization: Petra, Edom and the Edomites.

Ongoing excavations in Petra have uncovered a shaft that appears to have led water more than 10 meters downward, from the aqueduct system to the pool level. The archaeologists have also found underground channels that helped control runoff during the rainy season, revealing the true complexity of the system for the first time.

The book under review is based on the author’s Ph.D. thesis, submitted to Brown University. The work is the result of three seasons of excavation of the “Small Temple,” carried out between and as an annex to Brown University’s major excavation on a site misleadingly known as the “Great Temple” in the center of Petra, the ancient Nabataean capital in southern Jordan.Thirty-six years ago, Howard Cox spent a summer in Jordan sifting through the sand searching for shards of pottery and chunks of marble tiles in a new excavation at the site of an elaborate Roman.Book Condition: RAPID EXCAVATION and TUNNELING CONFERENCE - Los Angeles, CA, JuneHardcover with dust jacket.

It's been gently used and is still in really good condition. There's some minor scuffing/fraying of the dust jacket edges.