ICHAJ 2013 – TRANSPARENT BORDERS

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International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan

Berlin (Germany), 5-11 May 2013 – at Humboldt-University

Calls for papers open until 30th September.

The subjects of the conference:

  • excavations reports (new excavations or advances in ongoing project; organized in chronological order; including site management, new methods of excavation, documentation, interpretation and analysis)
  • presentations of museums
  • illicit trade of antiquities
  • conservation methods
  • historical topics
  • new results in epigraphic studies in Jordan

Submission of proposals/abstracts is possible exclusively electronically under the address www.congressa.de/ICHAJ that will remain open until September 30, 2012.

Call for papers (PDF, 49 Kb)

 

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