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Fayan heritage: a celebration and archaeological guide

Mithen, S. (2018) Fayan heritage: a celebration and archaeological guide. University of Reading, pp147. ISBN 9780704915640

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To link to this item DOI: 10.17864/1926.79395

Abstract/Summary

The book is a celebration of the cultural heritage of Faynan: a remarkable record of aspiration, innovation and achievement, told through many spectacular archaeological sites. It is also a practical guide for visiting Faynan’s archaeological sites and monuments, indicating where they can be found and what they represent.

Item Type:Book
Refereed:No
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science > Department of Archaeology
ID Code:79395
Additional Information:Translation from English to Arabic provided by Firas Bqa’in, Khulood Hilal, Younis Lahwej, Bushra Nabas, Mohammad Najjar. Designed by Rachel Warner Typeset in Frutiger and Adobe Arabic Printed by Halstan, Amersham, UK. Acknowledgements: ‘Discovering Faynan Heritage’ is grateful to the contributions from Lucy Wallace, Les Wilson, Laura Bennetto, Rachel Warner, Amy Richardson, Ben Greet, Judy White, Sue Jones and Sue Mithen. It draws on the research, information and advice from numerous archaeologists, with particular thanks to Professor Graeme Barker, Professor Tom Levy, Professor David Mattingly, Dr Paul Burtenshaw and Dr Sam Smith. The project was only made possible by support from the Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL). We are especially grateful for the contributions from Dr Carol Palmer, Director of the CBRL British Institute in Amman. Invaluable advice was also provided by Nabil Tarazi. We are grateful to support from the local Faynan community.
Publisher:University of Reading

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