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LoS Project
Landscapes of Survival, a Leiden University based project studying the archaeology, rock art, and epigraphy of Jordan's Black Desert.
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LoS Project May 23
Replying to @GJRErskine
Thanks ! We've found some amazing things this campaign - hope to be able to report on them soon!
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LoS Project May 18
An interview with PhD candidate Nathalie Brusgaard about her research in the Black Desert of
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LoS Project Apr 3
Our team is off to again for 2 months of in the Black Desert! Follow the updates from the field @
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LoS Project Mar 30
A very successful conference on the and of 's northeast Desert! Thank you to all of our participants!
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LoS Project Mar 1
Our upcoming conference on the Archaeology and Epigraphy of Jordan’s North-Eastern Desert! See for more info
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LoS Project Oct 25
Interview with team member Nathalie Brusgaard about her research in Leiden University research brochure
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LoS Project Aug 29
Team members Harmen and Nathalie just returned from the hosting a session on nomadic spatiality
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LoS Project May 31
Even the best trowels don't survive digs in the harsh basalt desert forever
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LoS Project 14 Apr 16
For regular updates on what we discover in the field, follow the Jebel Qurma project Facebook page
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LoS Project 14 Apr 16
This week our team started on a new fieldwork season in Jebel Qurma. We'll be surveying and excavating for 2 months
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LoS Project 31 Mar 16
Last day to submit your abstract for our session on nomadic spatiality
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LoS Project 8 Mar 16
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LoS Project 2 Mar 16
Photographs from 20 years of active aerial archaeology in Jordan
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LoS Project 3 Feb 16
Translation of the inscriptions in the photo we just tweeted, courtesy of
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LoS Project 3 Feb 16
Replying to @AENJournal
Excellent, thank you for translating!
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LoS Project 3 Feb 16
Black Desert camel riders! A beautiful example of the and inscriptions from our research area
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LoS Project 27 Jan 16
Call for papers on the and of nomadic landscapes at the Landscape Archaeology Conference 2016.
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LoS Project 20 Jan 16
A kinder, greener Black Desert. ACOR lecture by Gary Rollefson on the of the Black Desert
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LoS Project 20 Jan 16
Amazing rock art!
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LoS Project 17 Dec 15
Replying to @BradshawFND
Thank you! Our aim is for a better understanding of the desert nomads through the beautiful and
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