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Remix: Mohammad “Abu Ahmed” Adawi, Chef at ACOR (1968-present)

Remix: Mohammad “Abu Ahmed” Adawi, Chef at ACOR (1968-present)

Here's another chef's story and another yummy looking recipe from the early days of the ASOR Blog. I haven't tried this one myself yet but I'd love to know if anyone had made it a ...

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Ten Years after Iraq: Archaeology, Archaeologists, and U.S. Foreign Relations

Ten Years after Iraq: Archaeology, Archaeologists, and U.S. Foreign Relations

By: Morag M. Kersel and Christina Luke Ten years ago, in April of 2003, a coalition led by the United States invaded Iraq. This quickly toppled the Ba’athist regime of Saddam Huss ...

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Protecting, Preserving, and Presenting Cultural Heritage in Petra: The Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management Initiative

Protecting, Preserving, and Presenting Cultural Heritage in Petra: The Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management Initiative

By: Christopher A. Tuttle Two hundred years ago, on 22 August 1812, the ancient city of Petra was re-identified by the Swiss explorer Johann Ludwig Burckhardt, the first European ...

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“Weathering Life” at the American Center for Oriental Research in Amman, Jordan

“Weathering Life” at the American Center for Oriental Research in Amman, Jordan

Contributed by Sarah Tobin, ACOR Fellow, PhD Candidate at Boston University Perched atop a hillside across from the University of Jordan, ACOR is the perfect location for observin ...

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Secrets of <i>The Bible’s Buried Secrets</i>

Secrets of The Bible’s Buried Secrets

Contributed by Tristan Barako, Ph.D., Senior Researcher, Providence Pictures When The Bible's Buried Secrets premiered on PBS this past November, it was NOVA's most watched show i ...

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Mohammad “Abu Ahmed” Adawi, Chef at ACOR 1968-present

Mohammad “Abu Ahmed” Adawi, Chef at ACOR 1968-present

Contributed by Sarah Harpending, American Center of Oriental Research Mohammed "Abu Ahmed" Adawi has spent more than 40 years cooking for archaeologists in Jordan and Palestine. H ...

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