by Durham University, Department of Geography .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by John I.Clarke.|
|Series||Durham University. Durham Colleges. Department of Geography. Research papers;no.3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
Jordan: Past and Present: Petra, Jerash, Amman is an easily handled (i.e. not huge) spiral-bound book of wonderful photos and clear overlays which compare and contrast the 'now' and the 'then' of these ancient sites. The views are stunning. There is also wonderful, informative text/5(13). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hacker, Jane M. Modern ʻAmman. [Durham, Eng.] Durham Colleges in the University of Durham, (OCoLC) 40 Robinson Lees in Jane M. Hacker, Modern Amman: A Social Study, Department of Geography, Durham Univ ; 36 Robinson Lees visited Amman in and in and noted the progress of the community. In , he wrote that “the change that had taken place since my last visit three years ago was most marked”.Cited by: 1. This book is a comprehensive, scholarly report of the archaeology of Amman. In addition to the or so pages of printed text, there are approximately pages of drawings of architectural fragments, site plans/maps, and photographs of the remains of Amman from 5/5(1).
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