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  • Kent Bramlett and Kristina Reed, intact dolmen at Damiyah. Photo Credit: Craig Tyson

    Have Patience and Dig On!

    Dig season 2016 is our 18th at Tall al-‘Umayri (part of the Madaba Plains Project). Over the seasons we have uncovered an intact Early Bronze Age dolmen, a well-preserved Late Bronze Age Temple […]

  • Anna Kim ready to become an Indiana Jones Jr. in Petra.

    Adventure time in Jordan

    Instead of going back to home in Korea for the summer break, I decided to join my University’s Archaeology/Anthropology Summer Tour in Jordan. I’m not an Archaeology major nor an Anthropology major, but because I started a research under my professor, Oystein LaBianca, who has been in charge of this yearly […]

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    Pottery and Nottery: Reading Ceramics, Teaching, and Digging at the Huqoq Field School

    Since 2011 the Huqoq Excavation Project (HEP) has continued to discover one amazing thing after another. This summer […]

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    Floating Discoveries on the Mediterranean Sea Coast

    This season my fieldwork and dissertation data collection took me to the Mediterranean coast of Israel with the generous support of the ASOR Heritage Excavation Fellowship. I am a paleoethnobotanist […]

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