Volume 6, No. 1&2, September 2001
The German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (DEI): News and Changes.
By: Roland Lamprichs, German Protestant Institute of Archaelogy (Amman)
Late Roman Belt Buckles from Gadara / Umm Qais.
By: Christoph Eger, German Archaeological Institute, Madrid (Spain)
By: Klaus Stefan Freyberger, German Archaeological Institute – Damascus (Syria)
Words of Appreciation to Dr. Hans-Dieter Bienert.
By: Johannes Achilles, EKD Hannover (Germany), Siegfried Mittmann, University of Tübingen (Germany) and Dieter Vieweger, Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal (Germany)
Welcome to the new Director Dr. Roland Lamprichs.
By: Jamil Amira, Bernd Müller-Neuhof, Nadia Shugair
Thanks and Farewell to Mr. Johannes Achilles.
By: Hans-Dieter Bienert, Bonn (Germany)
By: Stephan Westphalen, Göttingen (Germany)
Digital terrain models examples of the wide field for archaeological purposes.
By: Christian Schäfer and Marco Hoffmann, Department of Geomatics at FH Karlsruhe (Germany)
The Jordan Valley Village Project: Recent Excavations at Early Bronze IV Tell Abu en-Ni’aj.
By: Steven E. Falconer, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University (USA), Patricia L. Fall, Department of Geography, Arizona State University (USA) and Jennifer E. Jones, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University (USA)
The Biblical Archaeological Institute of Wuppertal.
By: Dieter Vieweger, Biblical Archaeological Institute of Wuppertal (Germany)
The Finnish Jabal Harun Project 2000.
By: J. Frösén, University of Helsinki (Finland), Z. T. Fiema
Early Neolithic Göbekli Tepe. A Turkish-German Project in Upper Mesopotamia.
By: Klaus Schmidt, German Archaeological Institute, Orient Section Berlin (Germany)
Al-Bassah Cave near Iraq al-Amir
By: Mohammed Waheeb, Director of the Baptism Site Project, Amman (Jordan)
Fifth Millennium of the Invention of Writing in Mesopotamia
Hotel Al-Mansur, Baghdad, 20-26.3.2001.
By: Joachim Marzahn, Vorderasiatisches Museum Berlin (Germany)
Tell Khanasiri Cave Sounding.
By: Bernd Müller-Neuhof, German Protestant Institute of Archaeology in Amman (Jordan)
From Gadara to Tall Knedij (Mesopotamia)
By: Stefan Heidemann, University of Jena (Germany) and Hans-Christoph Noeske, University of Frankfurt (Germany)