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         Middle East Archeology:     more books (36)
  1. The Moon-god Allah In the Archeology of the Middle East
  2. The View from Nebo: How Archeology Is Rewriting the Bible and Reshaping the Middle East by Amy Dockser Marcus, 2001-06-01
  3. Greece and Babylon;: Early contacts between the Aegean and the Near East, (Baker studies in Biblical archeology) by Edwin M Yamauchi, 1967
  4. Decoration In Egyptian Tombs (Studies in Egyptian Archeology) by HARPUR, 1987-01-04
  5. The Archeology of the New Testament: The Life of Jesus and the Beginning of the Early Church, Revised Edition by Jack Finegan, 1992-12-14
  6. The evil eye and cultural beliefs among the Bedouin tribes of the Negev, Middle East [1].: An article from: Folklore by Aref Abu-Rabia, 2005-12-01
  7. Arrowhead Island: A middle woodland village in east central Kansas (Contract archeology publication) by Randall M Thies, 1985
  8. Cities of Clay: The Geoarcheology of Tells (Prehistoric, Archeology and Ecology Series) by Arlene Miller Rosen, 1986-12
  9. Archeology of Madness: Komitas, Portrait of an Armenian Icon by Rita Soulahian Kuyumjian, 2002-02-15
  10. Shipwreck Archeology of the Holy Land: Processes and Parameters (Duckworth Debates in Archaeology) by Sean A. Kingsley, 2004-11-27
  11. The Acts of Judas by Georgiann Baldino, 2010-07-28
  12. The Moses Riddle (Thomas McAllister 'Treasure Hunter' Adventure) by Hunt Kingsbury, 2005-09-25
  13. The Archeology Bible: Harmony of the Gospels by William H. Stephens, 2006-01-01
  14. The Archeology Bible: The Four Gospels by William H. Stephens, 2006-01-01

1. Near And Middle East Archeology
Ancient Near East Resources Cambridge. Ancient Near East Resources Univ of CT Archaeology and the Near East. Archaelogy, with emphasis on

2. Near East And Middle East Archeology
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This page links to sites that contain information on archeology in the Near andMiddle East. Afrika. Austrálie a Pacifik. Blízký a Strední Východ.
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4. Library Of Congress Learning Page: Directory Of Internet Resources: Middle East
Near and middle east archeology Interesting links to Middle East archeological projects, including excavations,
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  • Background Notes: Middle East and North Africa - Background on most Middle Eastern countries, including geography, people, government, economics, history, and agriculture. Maintained by the U.S. Department of State. BBC News: Middle East - Current news stories about the Middle East. Maintained by the British Broadcasting Company. Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies - Educational resources, including links and a unit for high school students on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Maintained by Joshua S. Greenbaum, University of Michigan. The Center for Middle Eastern Studies - Information about ancient history/archaeology, arts/culture, business/finance/economics, and religion of the Middle East and North Africa. Maintained by the University of Texas at Austin.

5. Librarian's Lobby May 2000, Daniel D. Stuhlman Etymology Of The Word Tell
3 Since middle east archeology is very different from European archeology,it is natural to use the local word to name the place.
Librarian's Lobby
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May 2000
Using the Correct Reference Tool
tell >. We are all familiar with this word meaning an artificial hill, or a mound, from a previous settlement. Since the word has passed into the English language, the first librarian looked up the word in an unabridged English dictionary. The English dictionary correctly defined the word and gave the etymology as if the word came from Arabic. Using the correct tools let us examine this word's etymology. Arabic as a written language is much more recent than Hebrew. Old or Early Arabic has no surviving written records. The Talmud, which pre-dates written Arabic, has some statements containing names of objects in Arabic, making the Talmud one of the earliest sources of recorded Arabic. Classical Arabic dates from about 632 C.E. with the creation of an Arab empire. Arabic contained many dialects because the speakers were tribal and isolated from each other. However, speakers from different dialects could understand each other. Because of this isolation, Arabic had fewer outside influences than Hebrew and tended to have short vowels. Because of the synthetic nature of how Arabic developed in the classical period, most of the verbal and noun forms are created from three letter roots. Hebrew, too, has three-letter roots, but certain words have remnants or clues to earlier two-letter roots. For example some two-letter roots became words with a yod as the middle letter or via a doubling of one of the letters.

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Profile and bibliography related to the archive which consists of over 8000 photographs and several hundred maps for several countries, mainly Jordan.
As this photograph by James Sauer of the Roman fort of Qasr Bshir in Jordan illustrates, the antiquities of Jordan can be spectacularly well-preserved (see Kennedy and Riley 1990). The AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVE FOR ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE MIDDLE EAST was established in 1978 under the patronage of Crown Prince Hassan bin Talal of Jordan. Financial support has been provided by, amongst others, the British Academy, the Society of Antiquaries of London and the Australian Research Council. To date it consists of over 8000 photographs and several hundred maps for several countries, mainly Jordan. See also the link to the Aerial Archive for Jordan. Many other sites can be far less well-preserved. This small Byzantine town at Khirbet Khau in northern Jordan was difficult to interpret at ground level when visited by travellers a century ago and has been "lost" within the perimeter of a military base for the last half century. The air photograph, however, makes it far more readily and immediately intelligible, depicting the fort in the top right and the town which grew up around it on the west and south. The REMOTE SENSING FOR ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE MIDDLE EAST project is an outgrowth of the former, funded since 1991 by the Australian Research Council.

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    13. RomanSites The Middle East Reports On 69 Websites An Annotated List Of Websites
    The View from Nebo How archeology is Rewriting the Bible Reshaping the middle east. by Amy Dockser Marcus

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      road (between Livias and Hesban): IMG:1 milestone; al-Mehatta: fortress
    • Madaba Archaeological Park
      Mukawer /Machaerus/: fortress IMG:1; geography, history, excavations; BIB:6 Umm ar-Rasas /Castrum Mefaa/ IMG:5 church of St. Stephen: mosaics; geography, history, excavations; BIB:6 Mount Nebo - New Archaeological Excavations 1967-1997

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    likely casualties the planned season of archeological digs in the middle east. E.Tappy, director of the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary's archeology program
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    15. Middle East Travel/Culture/Religion Links
    of Events in most middle east Countries. Mining Company Israeli Culture and ResourcePage . Monuments From The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia archeology in Saudi Arabia
    Culture/Travel Links Ada Aharoni's home page. - Dialog through culture. Ahlan wa sahlan Welcome Al Bawaba - The Gateway - Exhaustive links to Arab Middle East Web pages. AL Qaradawi's Homepage Al-Nafitha Al-Nafitha Arabic Magazine deals with Arabic culture and history of the Arabs Algerian American Association of Texas Cultural association Ali Al Awadh - Original and engaging sculpture Ali Khalaf Al-matar Homepage Jordan, Arabic poetry, chemical engineering Altshakeeli - Arabic language art web site. American Federation of Ramallah, Palestine AFRP is the largest organization of American Arabs in the U.S. formed to promote social interaction among the members and to cherish their common heritage. Anis Alaeddin Homepage Links to interesting Palestinian and other Arab sites Antiochian Orthodox Parishishes with Web Sites Listing of Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese parishes in North America with WEB sites. ArabCulture Arabic Poetry - Dr Ali Mehilba's great online anthology of poetry. "Arabs Are Not Dead" Arab Gateway The Arab world, its culture and history Ariga - Poetry and novels by Israeli and other authors.

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    18. BBC News | Middle East | Jerusalem's Archeology Under Pressure
    Tuesday, April 6, 1999 Published at 1649 GMT 1749 UK World middle east Jerusalem'sarcheology under pressure Jerusalem is a city steeped in history By

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    By Jerusalem Correspendent, Hilary Andersson Jerusalem, heart of the ancient world and the focal point of three of the world's major religions, is home to some of the most precious archaeological sites in the world, but like almost everything else in the Holy Land, archaeology is tainted by politics. Hilary Andersson: " Relics of history are falling victim to the wranglings of the modern Israeli state" Over recent years crucial archaeological sites, mostly Christian, have been destroyed, buried or abandoned because of pressures from developers, politicians and orthodox Jews. Under a bus stop in the centre of Jerusalem lie the ruins of a Byzantine Church said to have once been the largest in the Middle East. Across the highway under the paving lie the precious ruins of an ancient Armenian burial crypt. Politicians say the road had to be built there. The carpark built above a seventh century Christian tomb In the windy streets of Jerusalem's old city the entrance to the remains of one the biggest Christian churches in the world, the Nea, has been locked and inaccessible to the public for over a year, because vandals had entered it. Nearby a seventh century Christian tomb, believed by anthropologists to be the one of the most important tombs ever discovered lies underneath a car park.

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  • 20. Departmental Directory - UA Dept. Of Near Eastern Studies
    and Assistant Director, Judaic Studies Near eastern archeology bnakhai@email.arizona.edu2069748, Amy Newhall Amy Newhall Director, middle east Studies Assoc.

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    (Double-click on photo for biography and curriculum vitae.) OTHER MIDDLE EASTERN FACULTY Ludwig Adamec
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    Middle East Geography William Dever Professor (Research Leave 02-03) No e-mail 621-8013 (message only) No Picture Available Parvaneh Farzad Adjunct Instructor Persian Language Samira Farwaneh Lecturer Esther Fuchs Hebrew Literature Women's Studies Adel Gamal Professor (On Leave 02-03) 621-8013 (message only) Leila Hudson Assistant Professor Islamic Studies Beth Nakhai Senior Lecturer and Assistant Director, Judaic Studies Near Eastern Archeology

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