The Nabataean Temple at Khirbet et-Tannur, Jordan, Volume 2 : Cultic Offerings, Vessels, and other Specialist Reports. Final Report on Nelson Glueck's 1937 Excavation, AASOR 68 Hardback
by Judith S. McKenzie, Andres T. Reyes, Catherine S. Alexander, Deirdre Grace Barrett, Brian Gilmour, John F. Healey, Margaret O'Hea, Nadine Schibille, Stephan G. Schmid
Edited by Joseph A. Greene
Part of the Annual of ASOR series
Khirbet et-Tannur is a Nabataean site dating from the second century B.C. to the fourth to sixth centuries A.D. located on a hilltop above the Wadi el-Hasa near Khirbet edh-Dharih, 70 km north of Petra along the King's Highway.
In 1937, Nelson Glueck excavated Khirbet et-Tannur on behalf of the American Schools of Oriental Research and the Department of Antiquities of Transjordan, but died before completing a final report.
Now, in two extensively illustrated volumes, the results of Glueck's excavations are finally published, based on previously unstudied excavation records and archaeological materials in the ASOR Nelson Glueck Archive at the Semitic Museum, Harvard University. Volume 2 offers a systematic reorganization of Glueck's original excavation records and presents detailed specialist analyses of the Khirbet et-Tannur faunal and botanical remains, metal, glass, lamps and pottery collected by Glueck in 1937 and now preserved in Semitic Museum's ASOR Nelson Glueck Archive, along with fresh examinations of the Nabataean inscriptions and altars from the site. Annual of ASOR 68
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 329 pages
- Publisher: American Schools of Oriental Research
- Publication Date: 01/01/2014
- ISBN: 9780897570367