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Listed below are references and links to articles related to the Temple of the Winged Lions through the TWLCRM Initiative and the American Expedition to Petra.

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TWLCRM Initiative (2009–present)

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2019

Green, J. 2019. “ACOR Projects in Petra Updates.” ACOR Newsletter 31 (2): 7.

Green, J. 2019. “The Temple of the Winged Lions Publication Project.” ACOR Newsletter 31 (2): 11.

ACOR. 2019. “Pauline Piraud-Fournet: Temple of the Winged Lions Publication Fellow, Spring-Summer 2019.” ACOR Blog, 7 April 2019.

Joudeh, S. and L. Trowbridge. 2019. “An Experience for All: The Temple of the Winged Lions in Petra.” ACOR Blog, 21 March 2019.

Delmonaco, G., L. M. Puzzilli, and F. Traversa, F. 2019. “Geomechanical and Geophysical Investigations for Sustainable Conservation of the Temple of the Winged Lions in Petra (Jordan).” In F. Silvestri and S. Moraci (eds.), Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering for Protection and Development of Environment and Constructions, 2053–2059.Rome: CRC Press.

Green, J. 2019. “Signing the Way at the Temple of the Winged Lions, Petra.” ACOR Blog, 24 February 2019.

2018

Green, J. 2018. “ACOR Projects in Petra Updates.” ACOR Newsletter 30 (2): 6.

Corbett, G. J., J. D. M. Green, and E. Abdessalam. 2018. “The Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management (TWLCRM) Initiative, Petra.” Poster presented at the American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, 13–17 November 2018.

Green, J. and G. J. Corbett. 2018. “Petra: Temple of the Winged Lions (2016–2017).” Archaeology in Jordan [1]:86–87.

Kruzman, D. 2018. “The Temple of the Winged Lions: Preserving and Presenting History.” ACOR Blog, June 5, 2018.

2017

Corbett, G.J. 2017. “Petra’s Temple of the Winged Lions.” Biblical Archaeology Review 43 (3): 20–22.

Tuttle, C.A., C. J. Corbett, and M. E. Ronza. 2017. “Preliminary Report on the Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management Initiative (2009–2013).” Annual of the Department of Antiquities, Jordan 58: 171–179.

Corbett, G.J., and J. D. M. Green. 2017. “The TWLCRM Initiative: Ensuring the Temple’s Long Term Preservation.” ACOR Newsletter 29 (2): 1­–6.

2016

Corbett, G.J. 2016. “A Temple Transformed: The TWLCRM Initiative Hits Its Stride.” ACOR Newsletter 28 (2): 1­–4.

Ronza, M. Elena. 2016. “Building Awareness: The Challenge of Cultural Community Engagement in Petra: The Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management Initiative.” Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan 12: 617–624.

2015

Corbett, Glenn J. and M. Elena Ronza. 2015. “Building Momentum: ACOR’s TWLCRM Initiative Looks to the Future.” ACOR Newsletter 27 (2): 1–5.

2014

Corbett, Glenn J. and M. Elena Ronza. 2014. “What Lies Beneath: New Insights into Petra’s Temple of the Winged Lions.” ACOR Newsletter 26 (2): 1–6.

2013

Tuttle, Christopher. 2013. “Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management Initiative: Further Steps along the Path (2013).” ACOR Newsletter 25 (2): 1–5.

Tuttle, Christopher. 2013. “Preserving Petra Sustainably (One Step at a Time): The Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management Initiative as a Step Forward.” Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Studies 1 (1): 1–23.

2012

Tuttle, Christopher. 2012. “Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management Initiative: Some First Steps Forward (2009–2012).” ACOR Newsletter 24 (2): 1–6.

Tuttle, Christopher. 2012. “Protecting, Preserving, and Presenting Cultural Heritage in Petra: The Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management Initiative.” American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR) Blog, 4 October 2012. 

2009

Tuttle, C. A. 2009. “Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management Initiative, Petra.” ACOR Newsletter 21(2): 6.


American Expedition to Petra (1973-2005): Selected publications

Hammond, P. C. 1975. “Survey and Excavation at Petra, 1973–1974.” Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 20: 5–30.

Hammond, P. C. 1977. “The Capitals from ‘The Temple of the Winged Lions,’ Petra.” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 226: 47–52.

Hammond, P. C. 1977–1978. “Excavations at Petra, 1975–1977.” Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 22: 81–101, 229–46.

Hammond, P. C. 1980. “New Evidence for the 4th-Century A.D. Destruction of Petra.” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 238: 65–67.

Hammond, P .C. 1981. “Cult and Cupboard at Nabataean Petra.” Archaeology 34(2): 27–34.

Hammond, P. C. 1982. “The Excavations at Petra, 1974: Cultural Aspects of Nabataean Architecture, Religion, Art and Influence.” Studies in the History and Archaeology of Jordan 1: 231–238.

Hammond, P. C. 1987. “Three Workshops at Petra (Jordan).” Palestine Exploration Quarterly 119: 129–141.

Hammond, P. C. 1990. “The Goddess of the ‘Temple of the Winged Lions’ at Petra (Jordan).” In F. Zayadine (ed.), Petra and the Caravan Cities, pp. 115–130. Amman: Department of Antiquities.

Hammond, P. C. 1996. The Temple of the Winged Lions: Petra, Jordan, 1974–1990. Fountain Hills, AZ: Petra Publishing.

Hammond P. C. 2002. “A Note on a Zodiac Lamp from Petra.” Palestine Exploration Quarterly 134: 16–168.

Hammond P. C. 2003. “The Temple of the Winged Lions.” In Petra Rediscovered, edited by G. Markoe, 223–229. London: Thames and Hudson,

Hammond, P. C. and D. J. Johnson. 1994. “American Expedition to Petra: The 1990–1993 Seasons.” Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 38: 333–344.

Hammond, P. C., Johnson, D. J. and Jones, R. N. 1986. “A Religio-Legal Nabataean Inscription from the Atargatis/Al-‘Uzza Temple at Petra.” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 263: 77–80.

Hammond, P. C. and T. Mellott-Khan. 1998. “Nabataean Faces from Petra.” Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 42: 319–330.

Johnson, D. J. and Hammond, P. C. 2000. Survey and Excavations: “Temple of the Winged Lions” Petra (Jordan) 1973–1990. Fountain Hills, AZ: Petra Publishing. CD-ROM.

Jones, R. N. 1989. “A New Reading of the Petra Temple Inscription.” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 275: 41–46.

Meza, A. I. 1995. “An Egyptian Statuette in Petra.” Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 32: 179–183.

Tuttle C. A. and T. Erickson-Gini. 2012. “Der Löwen-Greifen-Tempel in Petra.” In Petra: Begleitbuch zur Ausstellung “Petra—Wunder in der Wüste. Auf den spuren von J.L. Burckardt alias Scheich Ibrahim,” edited by E. van der Meijden, 166–171. Basel: Schwabe Verlag.


Videos featuring the Temple of the Winged Lions

USAID SCHEP 2018. “Women for Heritage.” YouTube video, 6:39, 21 January 2018.

USAID SCHEP. 2018. “‘Be an Archaeologist’ Campaign.” YouTube video, 2:32, 24 January 2018.

USAID SCHEP. 2016: “Conservation at the Temple of Winged Lions.” YouTube video, 1:38, 21 December 2016.

ACOR 2018. “Diana Kruzman Interview.” YouTube video, 2:59, 3 June 2018.

ACOR. 2017. “TWLCRM: BBC World’s The Travel Show.” ACOR Blog, 14 June 2017.

BBC’s The Travel Show. 2016. “The Mammoth Task of Unearthing Petra.” The Travel Show, BBC, video, 3:32, 1 October 2016.

Mickel, A. 2015. “The Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management Initiative.” YouTube video, 3:26, 29 March 2015.


Prepared by Jack Green, July 31, 2020.

See also:
1. Petra’s Temple of the Winged Lions: Introduction , 2. Excavations: The American Expedition to Petra, and beyond, 3. The Temple of the Winged Lions Cultural Resource Management (TWLCRM) Initiative, 4. The Temple of Winged Lions Publication Project, 5. Support for the Temple of the Winged Lions

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