Publications / October 2017

NEA 80.3 Table of Contents

This issue of NEA includes articles such as: From the Bible to the Levant and Beyond, by William G. Dever; Forgotten Fortress: Returning to Uronarti, by Laurel Bestock; Dendara at Its Origins: New Evidence for a Pre- and Early Dynastic Settlement Site in Upper Egypt, by Gregory Marouard; and more.
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Publications / October 2017

NEA 80.3 Table of Contents

This issue of NEA includes articles such as: From the Bible to the Levant and Beyond, by William G. Dever; Forgotten Fortress: Returning to Uronarti, by Laurel Bestock; Dendara at Its Origins: New Evidence for a Pre- and Early Dynastic Settlement Site in Upper Egypt, by Gregory Marouard; and more.
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2017 Annual Meeting, November 15-18

Annual Meeting Schedule

The Academic Program features 120 sessions and more than 600 paper and poster presentations. Please check the Annual Meeting Schedules page often for the latest updates to the Academic Program and to find out when Business Meetings and Special Events will be taking place.  
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2017 Annual Meeting, November 15-18

Annual Meeting Schedule

The Academic Program features 120 sessions and more than 600 paper and poster presentations. Please check the Annual Meeting Schedules page often for the latest updates to the Academic Program and to find out when Business Meetings and Special Events will be taking place.
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The Ancient Near East Today: Vol. V, No. 11.2

An Affair of Herbal Medicine?

In antiquity, like today, humans needed a wide range of medicines, but until recently there has been little direct archaeological evidence for producing medicines. That evidence suggests that Near Eastern palaces may have been in the pharmaceutical business.
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The Ancient Near East Today: Vol. V, No. 11.2

An Affair of Herbal Medicine?

In antiquity, like today, humans needed a wide range of medicines, but until recently there has been little direct archaeological evidence for producing medicines. That evidence suggests that Near Eastern palaces may have been in the pharmaceutical business.
Read More >

ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives

ASOR Undertakes Heritage Work

Update: The Day After Heritage Initiative Project (TDA-HPI) has completed repairs on a deviated wall at Al Ma’ara Museum (aka Murad Pasha Caravansary) following 2015 and 2016 aerial bombardment. ASOR CHI has undertaken humanitarian heritage work in Idlib Governorate and looks to raise $5,000 for emergency mitigation work […] Read More>

ASOR Cultural Heritage Initiatives

ASOR Undertakes Heritage Work 

Update: The Day After Heritage Initiative Project (TDA-HPI) has completed repairs on a deviated wall at Al Ma’ara Museum (aka Murad Pasha Caravansary) following 2015 and 2016 aerial bombardment. ASOR CHI has undertaken humanitarian heritage work in Idlib Governorate and looks to raise $5,000 for emergency mitigation work […] Read More>