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Third International Conference on Petra and Nabataean Culture

janv. 24 2021

Third International Conference on Petra and Nabataean Culture

Jordan Journal for History and Archaeology, 14 (4), 2020, Special Issue, 397 p.

Vous trouverez ici, à télécharger gratuitement, les contributions des actes de la 3e Conférence internationale sur Pétra et la culture nabatéenne qui a eu lieu à Pétra du 18 au 21 juin 2018 sous le patronage de la SAR le prince El Hassan bin Talal. La conférence a été organisée par la School of Archaeology and Tourism de l’University of Jordan, Amman, en coopération avec la Petra Development & Tourism Region Authority à Pétra. Le comité d’organisation a été constitué par Nada Al-Rawabdeh et Ismaiel N. Abuamoud (University of Jordan, Amman), Régine R. Hunziker-Rodewald (Université de Strasbourg, France), Suleiman A. D. Farajat (Petra Development & Tourism Region Authority) et Mohannad H. Al-Tantawi (University of Jordan, Amman).

 

Third International Conference on Petra and Nabataean Culture

Nada Al-Rawabdeh, Regine Hunziker-Rodewald

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Production in the hinterland of Petra: winepresses as a case study

Fawzi Q. Abudanah, Ahmad Z. Hasanat

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The Nabataean School of Painted Fine "Egg-Shell" Ware: Mythology and Concept

Zaid A Tahseen, Mohannad H Al-Tantawi

 

The Camel Reliefs in Petra’s Siq: Reflections on the Life and Afterlife of an Early Nabataean Monument

Björn Anderson

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Wadi Aglat Winery: A Model for Long Term Planning and Investment in Agriculture in the Petra Area – a Question at the Beginning

Ulrich Bellwald

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The Development of Nabataean Madā’in Ṣāliḥ (Saudi Arabia) into an Attractive Sightseeing: From Traditional Rejection to Official Recognition

Virginia Cassola-Cochin

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A Note on Aṭ-Ṭuwayr: An Eastern Nabataean Site?

Guillaume Charloux

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The Capitals of the Capital - New Insights into Freestanding Nabataean Architecture in Petra

Marco Dehner

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The Hanging Baths of Jabal Khubthah (Petra): Preliminary Conclusions Following Archaeological and Architectural Studies (2015-2017)

Thibaud Fournet, Nicolas Paridaens

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Nabataeans or Ituraeans in Mount Lebanon? About the Aramaic inscription of Yanouḥ

Gaby Abousamra

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The 'Nabataean' Blocked-out Capital in Its Wider Framework: A Closer Look

Matthias Grawehr, Aleksandra Brzozowska-Jawornicka

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Linguistic Variation in the Nabataean Aramaic of the Nabataean Period

John F Healey

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Excavations at the Early Bronze Age I-II Settlement at Umm Saisabān Near Petra

Ulrich Hübner

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Magic, Medicine and Fraud

David Johnson

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Investigating the Socio-Political Make-Up of Rural Petra – The Petra Hinterland Social Landscapes Project

Will M Kennedy

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Nabataean Religion and Its Pantheon Through Pre-Islamic and Early Islam Sources: al-Lāt, al-ʽUzzā and Manāt

Lamia Kenoussi

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House V12 in the Nabataean village of Dharih. First attempt to interpret the remains

Pauline Piraud-Fournet, Laïla Nehmé

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The Nabataean Rural Economy in the Hinterland of Petra

Andrew Smith

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Beyond Petra: Nabataean Cultic and Mortuary Practices and the Cultural Heritage of the Negev and Edom

Juan Manuel Tebes

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The Nabataeans and Al-Wu’ayra: Archaeological Data, Hypothesis and Questions

Andrea Vanni-Desideri

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A Head from the Frieze of the Temenos Gate at Petra

Robert Wenning

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Squeezes, Fleas and “a beautiful clay head of Egyptian style”: Julius Euting in Petra (March 7-23, 1898)

Regine Hunziker-Rodewald

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