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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
The art of rock relief in ancient Arabia: new evidence from the Jawf Province2018 Antiquity 92 (361): 165-82
  • Cuillaume Charloux
  • Hussain al Khalifah
  • Romain Mensan
  • Ronald Schwerdtner
  • Thamer al Malki
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Green Petra: archaeological explorations in the city's northern wadis2016 Levant 48 (1): 79-107
  • Felipe Rojas
  • J. Andrew Dufton
  • Michelle L. Bernefeld
H6/KE [LEVANT-]0075-8914
Banqueting in a northern oasis: a Nabataean triclinium at Dûmat al-Jandal, Saudi Arabia2016 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (375): 13-34
  • Ariane Thomas
  • Caroline Durand
  • Charlène Bouchard
  • Guillaume Charloux
  • Hervé Monchot
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
Water engineering at Petra (Jordan): recreating the decision process underlying hydraulic engineering of the Wadi Mataha pipeline system2014 Journal of archaeological science 44: 91-7
  • Chales R. Ortloff
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Kings in cuirass - some overlooked full-length portraits of Herodian and Nabataean dynasts2013 Levant 45 (1): 45-56
  • Andreas J.M. Kropp
H6/KE [LEVANT-]0075-8914
AMS 14C dating of organic inclusions of plaster and mortar from different structures at Petra-Jordan2011 Journal of archaeological science 38 (3): 485-91
  • Gregory W.L. Hodgins
  • Khaled Al-Bashaireh
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
The chronology of the façade tombs at Petra: a structural and metrical analysis2010 Levant 42 (1): 48-69
  • Lucy Wadeson
H6/KE [LEVANT-]0075-8914
The study of Nabataean organic residues from Madâ'in Sâlih, ancient Hegra, by gas chromatography - mass spectrometry2009 Archaeometry 51 (4): 626-36
  • C. Mathe
  • C. Vieillescazes
  • L. Nehme
  • P. Archier
H6/KE [ARCHAEOMETRY-]0003-813X
The terminology used to describe tombs in the Nabataean inscriptions and its architectural context2008 Levant 40 (2): 177-83
  • Mahdi Abdelaziz
  • Shaher Rababeh
H6/KE [LEVANT-]0075-8914
From goddess to prophet: 2000 years of continuity on the mountain of Aaron near Petra, Jordania2008 Temenos 44 (2): 191-22
  • Antti Lahema
  • Zbigniew T. Fiema
H6/KFO [TEMENOS-]0497-1817
Dating the huydraulic installations in the Siq at Petra2008 Palestine exploration quarterly 140 (2): 81-6
  • Peter J. Parr
ISSN 0031-0328
Fertility as an element in late Nabataean beliefs: the archaeological evidence considered2007 Levant 39: 81-90
  • Lamia el-Khouri
H6/KE [LEVANT-]0075-8914
Nabataean Edom: a demographic and archaeological approach to modelling sedentarisation and regional dynamics2007 Levant 39: 143-63
  • Saad Twaissi
H6/KE [LEVANT-]0075-8914
Quarries and pottery at ancient Sabra (Jordan)2006 Palestine exploration quarterly 138 (2): 119-24
  • Manfred Linder
H6/KE [PALESTINE-]0031-0328
Water supply and water management at ancient Sabra (Jordan)2005 Palestine exploration quarterly 137 (1): 33-52
  • Manfred Lindner
H6/KE [PALESTINE-]0031-0328
The water supply and distribution system of the Nabataean city of Petra (Jordan), 300 BC - AD 3002005 Cambridge archaeological journal 15 (1): 93-109
  • Charles R. Ortloff
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
A new Nabataean inscription from Wadi Mataḥa, Petra2005 Palestine exploration quarterly 137 (2): 169-74
  • David J. Johnson
  • Lamia el-Khouri
H6/KE [PALESTINE-]Include vol. and part number.ISSN 0031-0328
A Nabatean /Roman temple at Dhat Ras, Jordan2004 Near eastern archaeology 67 (1): 14-25
  • Terry W Eddinger
H6/KE [BIBLICAL-]1094-2076
Ancient and modern watershed management in Petra2004 Near eastern archaeology 65 (4): 220-4
  • Talal S. Akasheh
H6/KE [BIBLICAL-]1094-2076in thematic issue 'Petra: a royal city unearthed'
Desert oasis: water consumption and display in the Nabataean capital2004 Near eastern archaeology 65 (4): 225-34
  • Leigh-Ann Bedal
H6/KE [BIBLICAL-]1094-2076in thematic issue 'Petra: a royal city unearthed'
The Great Temple: a Nabataean architectural miracle2004 Near eastern archaeology 65 (4): 235-48
  • Martha Sharp Joukowsky
H6/KE [BIBLICAL-]1094-2076in thematic issue 'Petra: a royal city unearthed'
Excavating a Nabataean mansion2004 Near eastern archaeology 65 (4): 260-4
  • Bernhard Kolb
H6/KE [BIBLICAL-]1094-2076in thematic issue 'Petra: a royal city unearthed'
Life and death in Nabataea: the north ridge tombs and Nabataean burial practices2004 Near eastern archaeology 65 (4): 265-70
  • Megan A. Perry
H6/KE [BIBLICAL-]1094-2076in thematic issue 'Petra: a royal city unearthed'
The churches of Byzantine Petra2004 Near eastern archaeology 65 (4): 271-6
  • Patricia Maynor Bikai
H6/KE [BIBLICAL-]1094-2076in thematic issue 'Petra: a royal city unearthed'
The north Arabian 'Thamudic E' inscription from Uraynibah west2004 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 335: 53-89
  • David F. Graf
  • Michael J. Zwettler
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
The International Wadi Fasa Project (IWFP): progress of the work in the Wadi Farasa east, Petra2004 Palestine exploration quarterly 136 (2): 163-86
  • Stephan G. Schmid
H6/KE [PALESTINE-]0031-0328
A Nabataean and Roman domestic area at the Red Sea port of Aila2003 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 331: 45-65
  • Alexandra Retzleff
0003-097X
Reconstruction of the Nabataean temple complex at Khirbet Et-Tannur2002 Palestine exploration quarterly 134 (1): 44-83
  • A. T. Reyes
  • Judith S. McKenzie
  • Sheila Gibson
0031-0328
Of Nubians and Nabateans: implications of research on neglected dimensions of ancient world history2001 Journal of Asian and African Studies (Leiden) 36 (4): 361-82
  • Jesse Benjamin
0021-9096in thematic issue 'Conceptualizing/Re-conceptualizing Africa'
An imperial legacy? An exploration of the environmental impact of ancient metal mining and smelting in southern Jordan2000 Journal of archaeological science 27 (9): 771-8
  • C. O. Hunt
  • F. B. Pyatt
  • G. Gilmore
  • J. P. Grattan
  • S. McLaren
0305-4403
Paradise found: Petra's urban oasis2000 Expedition 42 (2): 23-36
  • Leigh-Ann Bedal
0014-4738
'Masons' marks' and other archaeological signs2000 Palestine exploration quarterly 132 (3/4): 123-30
  • Philip C. Hammond
0031-0328
Nabataean to Abbasid pottery from the first season of excavations at Khirbat Nakhil, Jordan1999 Levant 31: 191-202
  • J. Kareem
Iatromagie und der Beginn der arabischen Schriftsprache: die nabatäisch-arabische Inschrift von 'Ayn 'Abada1997/8 Mélanges de l'Université Saint-Joseph 55: 91-117
  • Manfred Kropp
The native land of the Nabataeans1997 New Arabian studies 4: 233-42
  • S. Al-Theeb
Soundings at Ash-Shorabat and Khirbat Dubab in the Wadi Hasa, Jordan: the stratigraphy1997 Levant 29: 41-70
  • Leonie Sedman
  • Piotr Bienkowski
  • R. A. Philpott
  • Russell Adams
Preliminary report on the 1994 season of the Roman Aqaba project1997 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 305: 19-44
  • S. Thomas Parker
Full-scale excavation begun at Humeima1992 Backdirt : 1992 winter 9
  • C Luna
The extent of Nabataean sea power1984 Epigraphic Society Occasional Papers 12 (1): 73-5
  • Robert Lebling
H6/KE [EPIGRAPHIC-]