Eastern Jafr Joint Archaeological Project/ Qulban Beni Murra 2001-2011


Eastern Jafr Joint Archaeological Project 2008

Dr. Hans Georg K. Gebel, Berlin Free University
Dr. Hamzeh Mahasneh, Mu‘tah University


a Joint Project of Mu‘tah University, Kerak and ex oriente at Free University of Berlin
co-directed by Dr. Hans Georg K. Gebel and Prof. Dr. Hamzeh M. Mahasneh



ex oriente at Free University of Berlin
Hüttenweg 7
14195 Berlin, Germany

Dept. of Archaeology and Tourism
Kerak, Jordan


The Eastern Jafr Joint Archaeological Project (EJP) is a survey and sounding project aimed to understand the role of desert adaptations in one of Jordan's most most ill-known regions. Here, in these hyper-arid areas, climatic changes would be reflected in the most sensitive ways by human presence. While recording all data and evidence of human life in the area, the project of focuses on the “green desert” periods of the area, on the northern extension of the Kilwa cultures of Jabal at-Tubaiq, and prepares palaeontological research in the area.


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