Volume 8, No. 1, March 2003
The Institute 2002/2003: Some remarks on the current situation in the Middle East.
Assyria under Threat.
By: Arnulf Hausleiter, CNI Copenhagen University (Denmark)
The Polis of Kanatha: Hellenisation and Romanization in Late First Century BC.
By: Klaus Stefan Freyberger, German Archaeological Institute (DAI), Rome (Italy)
The Archaeology of North-Western Arabia: Recent Perspectives.
By: Jean-Francois Salles, CNRS (Director of Research), IFPO (Institut Français du Proche-Orient), Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Amman Branch (Jordan)
Tall Hujayrat al-Ghuzlan 2002.
By: Klaus Schmidt, Ricardo Eichmann, Bernd Müller-Neuhof (German Archaeological Institute (DAI), Berlin (Germany) and Lutfi Khalil, Jordan University, Amman, Jordan
Survival at Present-day Sabra.
By: Manfred Lindner, Naturhistorische Gesellschaft Nürnberg (Germany)
The Region of Gadara/Umm Qeis Project: The 2002 season: A test trench on Tell Zera’a.
By: Karel Vriezen, Theological Faculty, University of Utrecht (Netherlands)
The Abandonment of the Decapolis and the Question of Environmental Change – an Interdisciplinary Research Project.
By: Bernhard Lucke, University of Cottbus (Germany)
The Significance of Ba’ja for the Early Near Eastern Neolithic Research.
By: Hans Georg K. Gebel, Free University of Berlin (Germany)
Excavation and Survey at Qal’at ‘Unaiza, Jordan, May-June 2002.
By: Andrew Petersen, Cardiff University/Center for British Research in the Levant, Amman (Jordan)
Ras Hamra: a Nabataean Sanctuary south of Petra.
By: Ulrich Hübner, Institute of Biblical Archaeology, University of Kiel (Germany)
Working as a DAAD Lecturer at the Univeristy of Jordan in Amman.
By: Martin Harfmann, University of Jordan, Amman (Jordan)
A New Palace in Qatna (Mishrifeh, Central Syria).
By: Marta Luciani, Italian Archaeological Mission at Tell Mishrifeh/Qatna. University of Udine (Italy)