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July 2010 (114.3)
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Fig. 1. Umm Qeis/Gadara. Theatre-temple area with single phases in the construction of the so-called lower tunnel system (C. Bührig).
Fig. 2. Tall Zira’a, Gadara Region Project. Aerial view of Tall Zira’a area II with Umayyad, Byzantine, and Roman architectural remains at the end of the spring 2009 campaign.
Fig. 3. Khirbet al-Batrawy. The Early Bronze II–III (2900–2300 B.C.E.) restored temple on the easternmost terrace of the site (area F), from the west in 2009. In the foreground is the Early Bronze III (2700–2300 B.C.E.) horseshoe-shaped niche with the couple of betyls facing it.
Fig. 4. Islamic Jarash Project. Entrance area to bathhouse and latrine in foreground, showing semicircular latrine and two basins in background.
Fig. 5. Aerial archaeology in Jordan. Khirbet Abu Safat. The supposed Roman temporary camp has now been confirmed by a ground visit by Christopher Tuttle. The new photograph shows the characteristic Roman titulum (arrowed) barring direct approach to the gate opening.
Supplemental images for “Archaeology in Jordan, 2008 and 2009 Seasons,” by Donald R. Keller and Christopher A. Tuttle
American Journal of Archaeology Volume 114, Number 3 (July 2010)
Published online at www.ajaonline.org/imagegallery/832
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