Wednesday , 23 July 2014

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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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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