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The project aims to investigate and preserve the Islamic archaeology and heritage of northern Qatar. In this way Qatar’s cultural past can be brought to the present in ...
The Danish-Jordanian Islamic Jarash Project, initiated in 2002 in partnership with the Department of Antiquities of Jordan, has four components: archaeological excavations ...
The AAP are exploring Aylah’s unexcavated southwest quadrant in an attempt to clarify and explain how the movement and exchange of goods, ideas and people were facilitated ...
This project investigates interactions between different aspects of rural life through the last 1300 years: settlement, water and land use and their relationship to the environmental ...
The archaeological remains of the Egyptian desert bear witness to a curious phenomenon. In Late Antiquity, monks and hermits populated the desolated landscape
A unique group of large vertical-wheeled watermills has existed on the upper reaches of the Orontes River in Syria since at least the fifteenth century, probably much earlier.
The Karakum Routes Survey began with the aim of plotting the course of roads and pathways from the ancient city of Merv to the Amu Darya River.
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