DEI im Schnee

Volume 7, No. 2, November 2002

Occident & Orient Volume 7, No. 2, November 2002 online


Tell Johfiyeh: An Archaeological Site in Northern Jordan. A Preliminary Report on the 2002 Field Season.
By: Roland Lamprichs, German Protestant Institute of Archaeology, Amman (Jordan) 

Egyptian Scarabs Found at el-Balu’.
By: Udo Worschech, Friedensau Adventist University, Friedensau (Germany)

The Hittites in Berlin.
By: R.-B. Wartke, Vorderasiatisches Museum Berlin (Germany)

Tell el-Fukhar.
By: John Strange, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

Third Survey Season in the Aqaba Region, Southern Jordan.
By: Lothar Herling, University of Heidelberg (Germany)

Fellows in Residence and Associated Fellows (January – November 2002).

The First 125 Years: German Society for the Exploraion of Palestine, 1877-2002.
By: Ulrich Hübner, President of the DPV, University of Kiel (Germany)

Tall Zera’a in the Wadi al-‘Arab.
By: Dieter Vieweger with contributions by Jens Eichner and Patrick Leiverkus

A Short Comment on the Iron I Pillared Houses.
By: Zeidan Kafafi, Yarmouk University, Irbid (Jordan)

Two New Finds in the Siq of Petra.
By: Ueli Bellwald, Intermount restauro Bellwald, Amman (Jordan)

One Year as a Theologian in the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology, Amman.
By: Arnd Kulla, German Protestant Institute of Archaeology, Amman

Report from the Dresden Ethnographic Museum ‘Japanisches Palais’.
By: Annegret Nippa, Ethnograhic Museum Dresden, Germany

A Shrine of Belet-Ekallim in the Palace of Qatna?
By: Mirko Novak, University of Tübingen (Germany)

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