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The Jebel Qurma Archaeological Landscape Project is designed as a multi-disciplinary, multi-period regional research project in Jordan’s northeastern desert, comprising both survey and excavation. The project comprises extensive yearly fieldwork, with the campaigns each lasting for about 10 weeks. The first field campaign was completed between May and June 2012. The second season of survey in the region took place from May till early July 2013. Excavation and soundings at selected sites within the study area are foreseen for the near future.
Would you like to participate in this fascinating archaeological project in Jordan? You can. But see the guidelines for participation: Join the Project
See the links below for the preliminary field reports:
FIELDWORK IN 2012
FIELDWORK IN 2013
FIELDWORK IN 2014
FIELDWORK IN 2015
Also, take a look at our Facebook page, with regular updates from the field: Jebel Qurma Project - Jordan
A landscape full of dark basalt: it is easy to see why Jordan's northeastern desert is often referred to as the "Black Desert"