Volume 1, No. 1, June 1996
Occident & Orient Volume 1, No. 1, June 1996 online
The Institute: History, Activities, Facilities.
By: Hans-Dieter Bienert, German Protestant Institute of Archaeology (Amman)
Preliminary report for the 1996 spring season in Gadara / Umm Qais carried out by the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) Berlin in cooperation with the Technical University of Cottbus.
By: Adolf Hoffmann, Technical University Cottbus (Germany) and Günther Schauerte, Sttatliche Museen zu Berlin – Preußischer Kulturbesitz (Germany)
German Government supports establishment of a Jordanian Conservation and Restoration Center in Petra (CARCIP) through long-term GTZ project.
By: Helge H. Fischer, Project Director of CARCIP
Preliminary Remarks on the Water Supplies of Early Bronze Age Towns in the Southern Levant.
By: Hermann Genz, University of Tübingen (Germany)
Excavations at Abu Snesleh 1990 and 1992: Preparation of final report – Stratigraphy and Architecture.
By: Roland Lamprichs, University of Freiburg (Germany)
Jerash Cathedral Project.
By: Carola Jäggi, University of Basel (Switzerland)
Something unusual at the Institute: A Historian Looking After the Investment Climate in Jordan.
By: Friedrich C. von Heyl, Munich (German)
After eight years: Preparing the second Volume of the Prehistory of Jordan.
By: H. G. Gebel, Free University of Berlin (Germany)
Petra Church Papyri.
By: Pierre M. Bikai, American Center of Oriental Research (ACOR), Amman, Jordan.
South Cemetery Excavation at Wadi Faynan.
By: Alison McQuitty, British Institute at Amman for Archaeology and History (BIAAH).