Did you know that the ASOR Archives documents over a century of American archaeological research in the Near East? The archive holds about forty collections, including the papers of past ASOR presidents, photograph collections, personal papers, and excavation collections. One of these is the Dibon Excavation Collection, which contains documents and photographs from ASOR’s dig seasons at the in the 1950s and 1960s. To learn more about the Dibon excavation, you can contact ASOR’s archivist firstname.lastname@example.org, browse the folder list for the collection, or check out this interactive timeline:
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