Ingenuity and Skill of Past Populations

In this gallery, we are highlighting results from recent archaeological field seasons through their reports as they appear in Archaeology in Jordan 2 (ACOR, 2020)!

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The archaeological projects covered by AIJ 2 (2018 and 2019 seasons) have turned up new evidence of the ingenuity and skill of the past peoples of Jordan, such as the evocative Late Bronze Age ivory face mask inlay from Pella (pp. 33–36), many new classical-era sculptural finds at Jerash (pp. 41–42), and the Neolithic mother-of-pearl plaque from Wisad Pools (pp. 4–6).

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