Archaeology after the Arab Spring

By David Pearson|May 22, 2013|Ancient Near East, Semitics and Judaica, Art and Archaeology, Middle East, Central Asia & Islamica|0 comments

Read this interesting article which examines the impacts the Arab Spring has had on archaeology in the countries effected by this recent political upheaval.

[From The American Schools of Oriental Research Blog (ASOR) (Boston University), written by Jesse Casana, Professor of the archaeology (specializing in the Middle East) at the University of Arkansas.

The upper mound of Tell Qarqur as seen from the northern, lower mound.

Found via the very useful British Association of Near Eastern Archaeology (BANEA) facebook page –


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