ACOR Insights: April 2016

View of the Temple of the Winged Lions site within Petra. Since its inception, a major goal of the TWLCRM Initiative has been the stabilization of the temple complex’s southwest quadrant, particularly the large exposed rubble section (visible behind the arches near the bottom of the photo) that is in danger of collapse. Photo by Giuseppe Delmonaco.

ACOR Insights: April 2016

View of the Temple of the Winged Lions site within Petra. Since its inception, a major goal of the TWLCRM Initiative has been the stabilization of the temple complex’s southwest quadrant, particularly the large exposed rubble section (visible behind the arches near the bottom of the photo) that is in danger of collapse. Photo by Giuseppe Delmonaco.

New Insights into Petra’s Temple of the Winged Lions

An update on the progress of restoration and site management efforts at ACOR’s flagship archaeology project in Petra, the Temple of the Winged Lions.

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The Distinguished Career of ACOR Chef Mohammed Adawi

In 2015, ASOR (the American Schools of Oriental Research) recognized Chef Mohammed Adawi with the W. F. Albright Service Award for his outstanding service contribution to ACOR. In honor of this important recognition, we share the photo of ACOR Director Barbara A. Porter presenting the award to him and her touching profile of Abu Ahmed’s remarkable career and the significant contributions he has made over the years to the center’s success.

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