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Under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince El-Hassan bin Talal, the 14th International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan, entitled "Culture in Crisis: Flows of People, Artifacts and Ideas" was opened on February 21 in Florence, Italy, and in which more than 300 international scholars and archaeologists, interested in the cultural history of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, participated.

It is worth noting that nine researchers from the faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology at YU participated in the conference. The president, Dr. Zeidan Kafafi presented a paper entitled “Late Neolithic Settlement Patterns in Wadi az-Zarqa (Sixth and Fifth Millennia BC)”, while the dean of the faculty, Dr. Hani Hayajneh presented on “Nomadic Mobility during the late 2nd Millennium BC and Early 1st Millennium AD among Arabian Safaitic Tribes in the Jordanian Badia and Beyond: An Epigraphical and Philological Approach”. Dr. Ziad Al Saad’s paper was on “The use of 3D technologies in cultural heritage interpretation and presentation: a case study from Jordan” and Dr. Abdelhakeem Al Husban presented on “Discontinuities (Physical, Emotional and Cognitive) and cultural heritage in Jordan: Illicit trafficking of archaeological objects”. Dr. Khaled Al Bashaireh’s paper was entitled “Ecclesiastical marble trade in Jordan during the Byzantine period: Case studies discussion”, Dr. Omar Al Ghul’s paper was entitled “The Assyrian Contacts with the Jordan Valley during Iron Age II”, Dr. Maher Tarboush’s paper was on “Preliminary results of Tell Al-Hooson excavations – North Jordan”, Dr. Sahar Al Khasawneh’s paper on “ Testing new luminescence dating technique for the wide spread terraces structures in Petra region” , and finally Mohammad  Jaradat’s paper was entitled “The Techniques of Mud Bricks Manufacturing & Its construction Deir Alla / Jordan Valley.”

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