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Russel Adams
University of Waterloo
Khirbat Barqa: An Iron Age Site on the Southern Periphery of Faynan
Universität Heidelberg
Growing at the Fringes of the Empire: Edom in Neo-Assyrian and other Contemporary Sources
University of Manchester
Iron IIA Faynan and ‘Early Edom’: A Critique and an Alternative Scenario ?
Bradley L. Crowell
Drake University
Between Empire and Community in Iron Age Edom
Rocío Da Riva
Universitat de Barcelona
The Hilltop Settlements of Edom: the Case of Sela
Andrew Danielson
University of California, Los Angeles
Late Iron Age Edom: Political Power and Social Dynamics in Southern Transjordan
Universität Tübingen
Assyria and Edom in Light of Northern Arabian Trade
Omar al Ghul
Yarmouk University
A Review of the Epigraphical Evidence from Edom
Hani Hayajneh
Yarmouk University
Wadi Bayir area in SE Jordan and its Importance for the Cultural History of Pre-Islamic North Arabia as gleaned from its Epigraphical Heritage
Benedikt Hensel
Universität Zürich
Biblical Scholarship and Edom: State of the Field and Perspectives for Future Research
Régine Hunziker-Rodewald and Andrei Aioanei
Université de Strasbourg and Institute for Ecumenical Research
Body Extensions for Survival: Female Terracotta Figurines South of Wadi Hasa
Oystein S. LaBianca
Andrews University
Tribal Kingdoms and the Tribal Element in Southern Levantine Iron Age Polities with a special focus on Edom
Thomas E. Levy
UC San Diego
ELRAP – Implications for an Integrated Regional Copper Industry and Local Complex Societies in the Wadi Arabah, Southern Levant
Brady Liss
UC San Diego
An Industrial Landscape: Regional Perspectives of Iron Age Faynan from Khirbat al-Jariya
Mohammad Al Najjar
Levantine Labs
UC San Diego
Social, Political, and Economic Changes in Lowland Edom During the Iron Age. Using Archaeological and Archaeometallurgical Evidence to model the Change. Khirbet an Nahas as a Case Study
Universität Heidelberg
Edom in the Nabonidus Chronicle: A Land Conquered or a Vassal Defended? A Reappraisal of the Annexation of North Arabia by the Late Babylonian Empire
Katharina Schmidt and Piotr Bienkowski
German Protestant Institute of Archaeology Amman
The Roads to Mansur: Reflections on a future Project on Drones, Surveys, and Routes in Southern Jordan
UC San Diego
Ceramics and the Chronological Relationship between the Lowlands and Highlands of Ancient Edom
Margreet Steiner
Independent Researcher
A View from the North
Juan Manuel Tebes
Catholic University of Argentina
Pottery and Radiocarbon Dating in Iron Age Edom and the Search for Synchronisms with Mesopotamia and Egypt
United Arab Emirates University
Discovery and Investigation of an Edomite Stronghold in the Petra Region
Charlotte Whiting
Aga Khan University
Excavations and Survey at Khirbat al-Dabba: A Late Iron Age Site in Context