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Using object assemblages to reconstruct activities, modes of deposition and abandonment at the Late Bronze Age dunnu of Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria.
Subsidy for digitalisation of Tell Deir Alla fieldwork
The Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS) accepted the request for subsidy to digitise the archive of the archaeological fieldwork at Tell Deir Alla in the eastern Jordan Valley. The subsidy comes from its KDP-program (Small Data Project) and is meant to promote digitisation of important datasets.…
Research on Jordan's Black Desert covered in the media
The faculty's research on the ancient rock art found in Jordan's Black Desert has recently been covered by several news and science websites.
'I cook, therefore I am'
For a new food-related exhibition in the Wereldmuseum, Rotterdam, archaeologist Dr. Joanita Vroom has cooperated in creating the Taste Lab, where one can look, listen, taste and cook. Moreover, she designed a series of food workshops.
Aris Politopoulos lectures like an Assyrian king: ‘Video lectures need to be ten times more engaging’
There are some lecturers who are better equipped to provide remote education than others. And then there is Aris Politopoulos, who already owned professional streaming gear long before he could apply this in his education. Now he lectures on ancient Assyria while sitting in an Assyrian palace, moving…
Centering on the Periphery - The Archaeology of Jordan’s North-Eastern Badlands
Lecture, What did you do last summer?
Archaeology and Rock Art
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