arc Brown University Petra Excavations elephant elephant
  arc Site Bibliography (by year) elephant elephant
 

1993

1) Joukowsky, M. S. The Southern Temple at Petra. ACORN Vol. 5.2, 11.

2) Khuri, R.

1993 Results of First Year Dig, Jordan Times, September 8, 1993.

3) _____.

1993 Results of First Year Dig. Al Ra'i Daily Newspaper, September 8, 1993. (In Arabic).

4) Zeitler, J. P.

1993 Excavations and Surveys in Petra 1989-90, “Chronique Archéologique.” Syria 70, 205-273.

1994

5) Joukowsky, M. S.

1994a 1993 Archaeological Excavations and Survey of the Southern Temple at Petra, Jordan, ADAJ, Vol. XXXVIII, 293-322.

6) _____.

1994b Archaeological Survey of the Southern Temple at Petra, Jordan, L'Orient Express 2, 43-44.

7) _____.

1994c Petra Southern Temple, "Archaeology of Jordan." G. L. Peterman (ed.), AJA 98, 543-544.

8) _____.

1994d Petra - The Brown University Excavations. BUFB, January, Vol. VI, No. 3: 15-18.

9) Rodan, S.

1994 Bedouin Secrets, The Jerusalem Post Magazine, 29 July.

1995

10) Joukowsky, M. S.

1995a Le "Temple Sud" a` Pétra, le monde de la bible Archéologie et Histore, Septembre-Octobre, No. 94, 43.

11) _____.

1995b Petra the Southern Temple, "Archaeology of Jordan," P. M. Bikai and D. Koorings (eds.) AJA, Vol. 99: 518-520.

12) _____.

1995c Archaeological Survey of the Southern Temple at Petra, Syria LXXII.1-2: 133-142.

13) _____.

1995d Petra Southern Temple, ACORN, Winter Vol. 7.2:7-8.

14) Joukowsky, M. S. and E. L. Schluntz.

The Southern Temple at Petra: 1994 Excavations, ADAJ XXXIX, 241-266.

15) Mamalaki, D.

1995 From the Field, Haffenreffer Museum Newsletter, Brown University Department of Anthropology.

16) Myers, J. W. and E. Myers,

1995 Low altitude aerial photography, JRA Supplement 14, 284-285, figures 5, 6, 7.

17) Negev, A.

1995 The Petra Southern Temple, Qadmoniot, (in Hebrew). Vol. XXVIII, No. 2, 110.

1996

18) Barrett, D. G.

How Can the Ceramic Analysis of Lamps Reveal the Impact of Empire on the Southern Temple at Petra? M.A. Thesis, Brown University, Department of Anthropology, May 1996.

19) Blackburn, J.

1996 Ancient City in the Sands, Views, Rhode Island School of Design Alumni Magazine, Summer, Vol. 8, No. 3, 20-21.

20) Joukowsky, M. S.

1996a Petra, The Southern Temple, "Archaeology in Jordan." AJA P. M. Bikai and V. Egan (eds.), No. 100, No. 3, 525-526.

21) _____.

1996b The Petra Southern Temple: Or What I do on my Summer 'Vacations,' BUFB, May 1996 Vol.VIII, 3, 30-35.

22) _____.

1996c The Petra Southern Temple: The Fourth Season, 1996, AJA Abstracts, 98th Annual Meeting, Vol. 20, 6-7.

23) _____.

1996d Petra, The 'Great' Southern Temple, ACORN Summer, Vol. 8.1, 6-7.

24) _____.

1996e 1995 Archaeological Excavations of the Southern Temple at Petra, Jordan, ADAJ Vol. XL, 177-206.

25) Khouri, R.

1996a Excavations unravel mysteries of Petra's Great Southern Temple, Jordan Times, Tuesday April 23, 1996, 6-7.

26) _____.

1996b Fourth Season of Excavation Clarifies Important Architectural Aspects of Petra's Southern Temple, Jordan Times, December 14, 7.

27) Schluntz, E. L.

1996 The Architectural Sculpture of the Southern Temple at Petra, Jordan. AJA Abstracts, 98th Annual Meeting. Vol. 20, 7.

28) Zimmerman, P. C.

1996 MiniCad 6—Another View, CSA Newsletter: A Quarterly Newsletter for Architectural Historians and Archaeologists, Vol.9, 3, 9-11.

1997

29) Basile, J. J.,

1997 A Head of the Goddess Tyche from Petra, Jordan, ADAJ Vol. XLI, 255-266.

30) Freyberger, K. S. and M. S. Joukowsky.

1997 Blattranken, Greifen und Elefanten: Sakrale Architektur in Petra und ihr Bauschmuck neuausgegrabene Peripteral-tempel, Petra: Antike Felsstadt Zwischen Arabischer Tradition Und Griechischer, Norm. T. Weber and R. Wenning (eds.) Verlagg Philipp Von Zabern. Mainz, 71-86.

31) Joukowsky, M. S.

1997a The Water Canalization System of the Petra Southern Temple, SHAJ Vol. VI, 303-311.

32) _____.

1997b The Southern Temple at Petra, Encyclopedia of Near Eastern Archaeology, Oxford University Press and the ASOR, Vol. 4, 306-307.

33) _____.

1997c The Petra Southern Temple: The Fourth Season, 1996, AJA, 101, 339.

34) _____.

1997d Brown University Petra Great Temple Excavations, BUFB, X: 1.29-32.

35)_____.

1997e Brown University Excavations at the 'Great' Temple of Petra. Jordan, ASOR Abstracts, Vol. 47. 2, A-35.

36) _____.

1997f Petra: Great Temple, ACORN Vol. 9, 1.7.

37)_____.

1997g The Great Temple at Petra, AJA, P. M. Bikai, V. Egan (eds.), Vol. 101, 3, 520-521.

38) _____.

1997h 1997 Brown University Excavations at the "Great" Southern Temple of Petra," AJA Abstracts, 99th Annual Meeting, Vol. 21, 100.

39) _____.

1997i 1996 Brown University Archaeological Excavations of the 'Great' Southern Temple at Petra, Jordan, ADAJ Vol. XLI, 195-218.

40) Schluntz, E. L.

1997 The Architectural Sculpture of the Southern Temple at Petra, Jordan, AJA 101, 339.

41) Twair, P. M.

Temple at Petra Challenges Veteran American Archaeologist, The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs Monthly, March 1997, 55, 98.

1998

42) Barrett, D. G.

1998a The Lamps, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, (M.S. Joukowsky ed.), 275-286.

43) _____.

1998b Other Small Finds, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 287-315.

44) _____.

1998c The Coins, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 317-324.

45) Basile, J. J.

The Lower Temenos, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 188-208.

46) Bedal, L-A.

Neutron Activatation Analysis of Pottery, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 345-367.

47) Boucher, N. Mystery in Stone and Sand, BAM 98:3, 30-37.

48) Joukowsky, M. S.

1998a Re-Discovering Elephants at Petra!, Ancient Egyptian and Mediterranean Studies: In Memory of William A. Ward, Leonard H. Lesko (ed.), Brown University, Department of Egyptology, 133-148.

49) _____.

1998b Brown University Excavations in Jordan at the Petra Great Temple, 1988, Occident and Orient, Newsletter of the German Protestant Institut of Archaeology in Amman, 10-11.

50)_____.

1998c Petra: Brown University Excavations of the Great (?)Temple, ACORN, Summer 1998 Vol. 48, No. 2: A-21.

51)_____.

1998d The Great Temple at Petra, AJA, July, Vol. 102 No. 3, 593-596.

52) _____. 1998e The Petra Great Temple Project, 1993-1995: A Three Year Assessment, HESED VE-EMET, Studies in Honor of Ernest S. Frerichs, J. Magness and S. Gitin (eds.), Brown University Judaic Studies Scholars Press, No. 320: 291-312.

53) _____.

1998f Brown University 1997 Excavations at the Petra Great Temple, ADAJ Vol. XLII, 293-318.

54)_____.

1998g Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997. With Contributions by Christian Augé, Deirdre G. Barrett, Joseph J. Basile, Jean Blackburn, Leigh-Ann Bedal, Donna J. D'Agostino, Sara G. Karz, Elizabeth E. Payne, Thomas R. Paradise, Erika L. Schluntz, Monica L. Sylvester, Stephen V. Tracy, Loa P. Traxler, Terry Tullis, Peter Warnock, and Paul C. Zimmerman, Brown University, Petra Exploration Fund.

55)_____.

1998h Introduction, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 1-46.

56)_____.

1998i History of the Brown University Excavations, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 47-148.

57)_____.

1998j Preface, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, xli - xlvi.

58) Joukowsky, M. S. and D. J. D’Agostino

Artifact Studies and Databases, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 236-274.

59) Karz, S. G.

1998a The Change in Color of "Colorless" Glass at the Great Temple, Petra, Jordan. Brown University Department of Anthropology, M. A. Thesis.

60)______.

1998b The Roman and Byzantine Glass, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 325-343.

61) Paradise, T. R.

Environmental Setting and Stone Weathering. Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 150-166.

62) Payne, E. E.

Evidence for the Nabataean Subterranean Canalization System, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 170-178.

63) Schluntz, E. L.

1998a The Upper Temenos and the Great Temple, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 209-224.

64) ______.

1998b The Architectural Sculpture of the Great Temple, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 225-234.

65) Tracy, S. V.

1998a The dedicatory inscription to Trajan at the 'metropolis' of Petra, JRA Supplementary Series No. 31, The Roman and Byzantine Near East, Some Recent Archaeological Research, J. H. Humphrey (ed.), Vol. 2, 51-58.

66) _____.

1998b An Imperial Inscription, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 339-375.

67) _____.

1998c Inscribed Finds, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 376-379.

68) Tullis, T. E. and C. Worthington

Ground Penetrating Radar Study of the Petra Great Temple, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 179-186.

69) Warnock, P.

Palynological Analysis from the Great Temple, Petra: The Great Temple, Vol. I — Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, 167-168.

1999

70) Basile, J. J.

Preliminary Report of the Notes on the Head of the Goddess Tyche from Petra, Jordan, ADAJ, Vol. XLII, 223-226.

71) Bestock, L. D.

1999 Nabataean Pottery from the 'Cistern:' Some Finds from the Brown University Excavations at the Petra Great Temple, ADAJ, Vol. XLII, 241-248.

72) Corbeil, M-C. and K. Helwig

1999 Analysis of Fresco Fragments from the Petra Great Temple, Analytical Research Laboratory. ARL Report 3779, March 19, 1999, Institut Canadien De Conservation.

73) Khuri, R.

Petra Great Temple excavations reveal massive, elaborate Nabataean complex, Jordan Times, December 6, 1999, 7.

74) Joukowsky, M. S.

1999a Petra: Brown University Excavations of the Great Temple: Questions about Functional Analysis, Seventh International Congress on the History and Archaeology of Jordan, "Jordan by the Millennia," SHAJ. Vol. VII.

75) _____.

1999b Petra. The Great Temple, AJA, July 1999. Virginia Egan and Patricia M. Bikai (eds.), Vol. 103, No. 3, 504-506.

76) _____.

1999c The Petra Great Temple—Brown University Excavations, The First Conference on Nabataean Research and Studies. Abstract of the Conference, German Protestant Institute, Amman, (June 21-23), 9-10.

77) _____.

1999d The Water Canalization System of the Petra Great Temple, Conference Abstracts, Men of Dikes and Canals: The Archaeology of Water in the Middle East, Petra, Wadi Musa, 15-20 June 1999, 15.

78) _____.

1999e Petra, Great Temple, Brown University Center for Old World Archaeology and Art, Report of the Director, 1988-1999, R. Ross Holloway, 2-4.

79) _____.

1999f Petra: Great Temple, ACORN, Summer1999, Vol. 11. No.1, 9-10.

80) _____. 1999g The 1998 Brown University Excavations at the Great Temple, Petra, ADAJ Vol. XLIII, 195-222.

81) Nehmé, Leila and François Villeneuve

1999 Pétra: Métropole de l’Arabie Antique, Editions du Seuil, 27, 81-86.

82) Schluntz, E. L. From Royal to Public Assembly Space: The Transformation of the "Great Temple" Complex at Petra, Ph.D. dissertation, Brown University, Center for Old World Archaeology and Art.

83) Taylor, Jane

The so-called 'Great Temple', Petra, Aurum Press, London, 59-60.

2000

84) Acevedo, D. and E. L. Vote

ARCHAVE, Andries van Dam et. al. “Immersive VR for Scientific Visualization: A Progress Report,” IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE Computer Society, November/December 2000, Vol. 20, No. 6.

85) Basile, Joseph J.

When People Lived at Petra, Archaeology Odyssey, July/August, Vol. 3, 4, 14-31.

86) Bedal, L-A.

Paradise Found: Petra’s Urban Oasis, Expedition, Vol. 42, 2, 23-36.

87) Hadingham, E.

Secrets of a Desert Metropolis: The hidden Wonders of Petra’s Ancient Engineers, Scientific American Discovering Archaeology, September/October 2000, Vol. 2 No. 4, 70-77. See especially, An Amazing Temple, 74-77.

88) Khuri, R.

Volume on Great Temple at Petra targets specialists, general readers alike, Jordan Times, February 21, 2000, 7.

89) Joukowsky, M. S.

2000a Brown University 1999 Excavations at the Petra Great Temple, Contexts: The Newsletter of the Friends of the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University, Winter 2000, Vol. 28, No.1, 4-5.

90) _____.

2000b Petra Great Temple Excavations Volume I, Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, CD-ROM, designed by Adam Brin (M. S. Joukowsky ed.) (to accompany the 1998 Five Year Report).

91) _____.

2000c Exploring the Great Temple at Petra: The Brown University Excavations 1993-1995, The Archaeology of Jordan and Beyond: Essays in Honor of James A. Sauer. L. E. Stager, J. A. Greene and M. D. Coogan (eds.). Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrans/Semitic Museum, 221-234.

92) _____.

2000d Brown University 1999 Excavations at the Petra Great Temple, ADAJ, Vol. XLIV, 313-334.

93) _____.

2000e The Center’s Research Continues in Old and New Directions. Prof. Martha Joukowsky has kindly provided the following report of work at Petra in 2000, R. R. Holloway, Brown University Center for Old World Archaeology and Art, Report of the Director 1999-2000, 2-4.

94)_____.

2000f Petra. The Great Temple, AJA, V. Egan, P. M. Bikai and K. Zamora (eds.), Vol. 104, No. 3, 582.

95) _____.

2000g Petra 2000:Brown University Excavations of the Great Temple, ASOR Annual Meeting Abstracts, November 15-18, 2000, 5.

96) _____.

2000h Petra: Great Temple, ACORN, Summer 2000, Vol. 12, No. 1, 3-4.

97) Leymarie, F. F., D. B. Cooper, M. S. Joukowsky, B. B. Kimia, D. H. Laidlaw, D. Mumford, E. L. Vote

The SHAPE Lab: New Technology and Software for Archaeologists, Computer Applications in Archaeology, CAA 2000: 28th Annual International Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, April 18-21, 2000, Archaeopress, publishers of BAR.

98) Romey, K. M.

Fourth in the Field, Celebrating Home Abroad, Archaeology, 12-13 July/August 2000,Vol. 53, 4.

99) Vote, E. L., D. Acevedo. D. Laidlaw, and M. S. Joukowsky

ARCHAVE: A Virtual Environment for Archaeological Research,

Computer Applications in Archaeology, CAA 2000, 28th Annual International Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, April 18-21, 2000.

100) _____.

ARCHAVE: A Three-Dimensional GIS for a CAVE Environment (As Applied to Petra’s Great Temple Project), ASOR Annual Meeting Abstracts, November 15-18, 2000, 4.

101) van Dam, A., A. S. Forsberg, D. H. Laidlaw, J.J. LaViola Jr. and R. M. Simpson.

Archave, Daniel Acevedo Feliz and Eileen L. Vote. Sidebar in article, Immersive VR for Scientific Visualization: A Progress Report, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications. November/December 2000 (pdf).

102) Vote, E. L, D. Acevedo, M. S. Joukowsky and D. Laidlaw

Virtual Reality and Scientific Visualization in Archaeological Research, Virtual Archaeology between Scientific Research and Territorial Marketing, Arezzo (Italy), 24-25 November 2000.

103) Vote, E. L. and M. S. Joukowsky

Using Desktop Photogrammetry to Document Archaeological Remains: The Great Temple at Petra, Jordan, Proceedings of Computer Applications in Archaeology, 27th annual international conference. Held in Dublin Castle April, 1999 Dublin, Ireland. Published by Archaeopress, publishers of BAR.

 

104) Zimmerman, P.

Mapping Petra, Expedition, Vol. 42, 2, 37-41.

2001

105) Acevedo, D.

Scientific Archaeology vs. The Discovery Channel, S. Ginsberg. (Document in pdf). Brown University Master’s Thesis.

106) D. Acevedo, D. Laidlaw and M. S. Joukowsky

CAA 2000 Proceedings Computing Archaeology for Understanding the Past - CAA 2000, Z. Stancic and T. Veljanovski, (eds.) BARIS 931, Archaeopress, Oxford, England, ARCHAVE: A Virtual Environment for Archaeological Research, 313-316.

107) Acevedo, D., E. L. Vote, D. H. Laidlaw, and M. S. Joukowsky.

Archaeological Data Visualization in VR: Analysis of Lamp Finds at the Great Temple of Petra, a Case Study, Visualization 2001 Proceedings, October 2001, Winner, Best Case Study.

108) Cloke, C.

Chris Cloke gets Petra-fied, The College Hill Independent, Vol. 13, No. 3, 1-11.

109) Joukowsky, M. S.

2001a 2000 Brown University Excavations at the Great Temple of Petra, Jordan, AIA 102nd Annual Meeting Abstracts: Vol. 24, 57.

110) _____.

2001b 2000 Brown University Excavations at the Great Temple of Petra, Jordan, In 102nd Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America AJA, Vol. 105, No. 2, 273.

111) _____.

2001c Petra: Brown University Excavations of the Great Temple: Questions About Functional Analysis, SHAJ, Vol. VII, 447-455.

112) _____.

2001d Petra. The Great Temple, AJA July 2001, "The Archaeology of Jordan,” S. H. Savage, K. Zamora, and D. R. Keller (eds.), Vol. 105, No. 3, 451-453.

113) _____.

2001e Petra, The Great Temple, Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land, A. Negev and S. Gibson (eds.), 384-388.

114) _____.

2001f Guest Editor, BASOR November 2001, No. 324.

115) _____.

2001g Nabataean Petra, BASOR, Vol. 324, 1-4.

116) _____.

2001h A Day of Excavation at Petra: An Archaeological Experience, Cultural Horizons, Volume I, A Festschrift In Honor of Talat S. Halman, Syracuse University Press, Yapi Kredi Yayinlari, J. L. Warner (ed.), 240-246.

117) _____.

2000i Prof. Martha Sharp Joukowsky was on Sabbatical Leave During the Second Semester of the Year and Has Kindly Offered the Following Account of Her Research This Year, R. R. Holloway, Brown University Center for Old World Archaeology and Art, Report of the Director 2000-2001, 2-3.

118) _____.

2001j Petra: Great Temple Excavations, ACORN, Vol.13 No.1, 5-6.

119) _____.

2001k Brown University Excavations in Jordan at the Petra Great Temple, 2002, BUFB, October 2001, 40-43.

120) _____.

2001l 2001 Brown University Excavations of the Great Temple of Petra, Jordan, ASOR 2001 Annual Meeting Abstracts, November 14-17, 2.

121) _____.

2001m Brown University 2000 Excavations at the Petra Great Temple, ADAJ, 45, 325-342.

122) _____.

2001n Petra: Brown University Excavations of the Great Temple, Questions about Functional Analysis, SHAJ Vol. VII, 447-455.

123) Joukowsky, M. S. and J. J. Basile, More Pieces in the Petra Great Temple Puzzle, BASOR, 324, 23-41.

124) Leymarie, F., D. Cooper, M. S. Joukowsky, B. Kimia, D. Laidlaw, D. Mumford and E. Vote,

The SHAPE Lab: New Technology and Software for Archaeologists, The CAA 2000 Proceedings, Computing Archaeology for Understanding the Past - CAA 2000, Z. Stancic and T. Veljanovski, (eds.) BARIS 931, Oxford, England, 79-90.

125) Reid, S. K.

The 2001 Season at the Petra Small Temple, ASOR 2001 Annual Meeting Abstract Book, November 14-17, 2001, 34-35.

126) Taylor, J.

Petra and the Lost Kingdom of the Nabataeans, I.B. Tauris & Co. Ltd. London and New York, 106-111.

127) Vote, E. L.

A New Methodology for Archaeological Analysis: Using Visualization and Interaction to Explore Spatial Links in Excavation Data. Brown University Ph.D. Dissertation.

128) _____.

2002b New Archaeology Analysis Tools, BUFB, October 2001, 44-45.

2002

129) Basile, J. J.,

2002a Recently Discovered Relief Sculptures from the Great Temple at Petra, Jordan, ADAJ, Vol. 46:331-346.

130) ____.

2002b dig, Petra Rocks! Tales from the Ancient Rock City, in issue devoted to Petra with contributions by members of the Brown University Petra Great Temple excavation team: Deirdre G. Barrett, Brian A. Brown, Christian F. Cloke, Emily Catherine Egan, Artemis A. W. Joukowsky, Martha S. Joukowsky (Consulting Editor), Sara Karz Reid, et. al. Vol. 5:No. 5 September/October 2002.

131) _____.

2002c Two Visual Languages at Petra: Aniconic and Representational Sculpture of the Great Temple, NEA Vol. 65, No. 4, 255-259.

132) Bodel, J. and S. K. Reid

A Dedicatory Inscription to the Emperor Trajan from the Small Temple at Petra, Jordan, NEA Vol. 65, No. 4, 249-250.

133) Egan, E. C.

2002a Stucco Decoration from the South Corridor of the Petra Great Temple: Discussion and Interpretation, ADAJ Vol. 46, 347-361.

134) _____. 2002b Putting the Pieces Together: An Analysis and interpretation of the stucco finds recovered from the South Corridor of the Petra Great Temple in Petra, Jordan during the 2001 excavation season, unpublished Senior Honors Thesis, Brown University Center for Old World Archaeology and Art and Department of Classics.

135) Gilles, D.

Une nouvelle methode d'analyse archéologique: l'analyse du Petit Temple de Pétra assistée par une technique de visualisation en 3D. Mémoire de D.E.A, Sous la direction de M. Le Professeur J. D. Forest, 2001-2002.

136) Gillespie, K.

Petra's Great Temple rises again 2,000 years later, Jordan Times, August 25, 2002.

137) Joukowsky, M. S.

2002a The Petra Great Temple Elephant-Headed Capitals as a Cultural Artifact, AIA 103rd Annual Meeting Abstracts, Philadelphia, PA, January 3-6, 2002, 106-107.

138)_____.

2002b Petra. Great Temple, "Archaeology in Jordan, 2001 Season," S. H. Savage, K. Zamora and D. R. Keller (eds.). AJA 106 435-458, see 451-452.

139) _____.

2002c Technologies in Use at the Brown University Excavations of the Petra Great Temple, “The Hashemite University, Zarqa, Jordan, for International Conference on Science and Technology in Archaeology and Conservation, Under the Patronage of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan, with the Sponsorship of UNESCO, Abstracts, 38.

140)_____.

2002d Petra: Great Temple, ACORN Vol.14 No.1, 10-11

141) _____.

2002e The Brown University 2002 Petra Great Temple Excavations Offer More Surprises, ADAJ Vol. 46, 315-330.

142) _____.

2002f The Petra Great Temple: A Nabataean Architectural Miracle, NEA Vol. 65, No. 4, 235-248.

143) _____.

2002g From the Guest Editor, NEA Vol. 65, No. 4, 23:i.

144) Khalifeh, I.

Ad-Dustour Daily Newspaper, Amman (in Arabic) July 20, 2002, 5.

145) Lubell, S.

Virtually Rebuilt, a Ruin Yields Secrets, New York Times, May 2, 2002.

146) Mailé, F.

De la fouille à la modélisation animée 3D de vestiges de archéologiques: reconstitution du cryptoportique ouest de Grand Temple de Pétra, Jordanie, Vols. I & II. Mémore de DEA, sous la direction de MM. Les Professeurs J.-D. Forest and J.-P. Thalmann avec la participation de Mme. M. S. Joukowsky, Université de Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne UFR 03, en partenariat avec Brown University, Providence, USA, Division of Engineering / Shape Lab - Lems.

147) Reid, S. K.

Excavations at the Petra Small Temple 2000-2001, ADAJ Vol. 46, 363-379.

148) Ronay, V.

The Soul of Petra: Bedouin Residents of a Hidden City, Patterns The World, June 2002, 188-199. “The Petra Great Temple,” 196-197.

149) Savvidou, M.

Petra—The Magical City in Jordan," ("PETRAThV MariaV Sabbidou"), ANEXGHTO (Anexigiton), November 2002 No. 171, Eurv 44, 118-123 (in Greek).

150) Seigne, J.

Compte rendu of M. Sharp JOUKOWSKY, Petra Great temple, volume I: Brown University Excavations 1993-1997, Providence, Rhode Island (1998), TOPOI, 10/2 2000, 507-516.

151) Shanks, H.

The State of the Profession: Few Bright Lights at Annual Meeting, Archaeology Odyssey, May/June 2002, Vol. 5, 3, 4.

152) Vote, E. L., D. A. Feliz, D. H. Laidlaw and M. S, Joukowsky.

Discovering Petra: Archaeological Analysis in VR. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, Issue devoted to Art History and Archaeology, September/October 2002, 38-49.

2003

153) Basile, J. J. The Relief Sculpture Program from the Great Temple at Petra, Jordan. The Near East in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods, AIA, 104th Annual Meeting Abstracts, Philadelphia, PA, January 3-6, 2003, 61.

154) Borg, L.

At Brown, a virtual temple takes shape, The Providence Journal, Tuesday April 15, 2003, G 4.

155) Cloke, C. F.

Water in the Desert: The Water Systems of the Petra Great Temple. Senior Honors Thesis 2003 Series, Brown University, Providence Rhode Island. Wayland Press.

156) Curtis, M. J.

Scientists and artists partner to create virtual Petra: Digital technology electronically preserved the deteriorating temple and its artifacts, Liberal Arts: An Arts and Humanities Supplement to the George Street Journal, Feb. 28, 2003, 1-3.

157) Glouberman, Noa

SHAPE, Higher Learning Technology Serving Education, http://www.teachmag.com/higher_learning.asp, 17-18.

158) Henry, A. Out of School: Unearthing the History of Petra with Brown University, The Lawrentian, Spring 2003, 18 No. 306-700 Vol. 67, No. 2, 14-15.

159) Higher Learning: Technology Serving Education

SHAPE, Higher Learning – Projects, May/June 2003, 18-19.

160) Joukowsky, M. S.

2003a The Unconventional Nabataeans: Reflections from the Petra Great Temple, in Colloquium: Cultural Relations in the Greco-Roman Near East, AIA 104th Annual Meeting Abstracts, Philadelphia, PA, January 3-6, 2003, 119.

161) _____.

2003b Ten Years of Excavation at the Petra Great Temple: A Retrospective, ACORN Vol. 14-2, Winter 2002, 1-2.

162) _____.

2003c Petra. Great Temple, "Archaeology in Jordan, 2002 Season," S. H. Savage, K. Zamora and D. R. Keller (eds.). AJA 107, 466-468.

163) _____.

2003d Portal to Petra, Natural History Vol. 112, No. 9, 40-43.

164) _____.

2003e Ten Years of Excavation at the Petra Great Temple: Another Retrospective. O Qui Complexus et Gaudia Quanta Fuerunt, Essays Presented to Michael C. J. Putnam by His Brown Colleagues on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday, Brown University.

165) _____.

2003f The Great Temple, Petra Rediscovered: Lost City of the Nabataeans, G. Markoe (ed.), Abrams, Inc. New York, Chapter 18, 214-222.

166) _____.

2003g A Decade of Brown University Excavations at the Petra Great Temple, ASOR Annual Meeting Abstracts, November 19-22, 16-17.

167) ____.

2003h Excavations at the Petra Great Temple: The Eleventh Campaign, ACORN Winter 2003 Vol. 15-2, 6.

168) ____.

2003i More Treasure and Nabataean Traditions at the Petra Great Temple: The Brown University 10th Campaign, 2002, ADAJ Vol. 47, 389-406.

169) Mayercik, V.

Virtual Archaeology—Can you Dig It? The Catalyst Vol. 10, No. 1 2003, 20-21.

170) Nelson, L.

Documentary on Petra Debuts at Brown after two years spent in the making, “Academic Watch,” The Brown Daily Herald, Vol. CXXXVIII: 52, April 16, 2003, 6, 9.

171) Netzer, E.

Die Tempel der Nabatäer: Der Grosse (Süd-) Tempel in Nabatäische Architektur: Inbesondere Gräber und Tempel.Verlag Philipp von Zabern Mainz am Rhein, 72-81.

172) Reid, S. K.

2003a Excavations at the Small Temple of Petra, Jordan, The Near East in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods. In AIA 104th Annual Meeting Abstracts, Philadelphia, PA, January 3-6, 2003, 61.

173) _____.

2003b Excavations at the Small Temple of Petra.” ASOR Annual Meeting Abstracts, November 19-22, 17.

174) Rossner, T.

Hats Off! “Old Time Almanack,” Eastside Marketplace July 27-August 2, 8.

175) Villeneuvre, E.

La chamber baroque.” In Le Monde de la Bible, No. 150.9, 51.

2004

176) Barrett, D. G.

The Ceramic Oil Lamp as an Indicator of Cultural Change Within Nabataean Society in Petra and its Environs Circa CE 106. Ph.D., Dissertation, Brown University, Department of Anthropology.

177) Curtis, M. J.

Joukowsky’s work on exhibit at American Museum of Natural History, George Street Journal Special Edition, March 2004, 8.

178) DeKeukelarere, L.

Piecing the Past: An Algorithm Quickly Fits Together Potsherds,

Scientific American, September 2004, 30.

179) Egan, Emily Catherine

Petra’s Wealth, Archaeology March/April, Vol. 57, 2, 60.

180) Joukowsky, M. S.

2004a The Petra Great Temple’s Water Strategy, The 9th International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan, “Cultural Interaction Through the Ages,” Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, Department of Antiquities and Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, 23-27 May 2004, Petra, Under the Patronage of His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan. Abstracts, 25.

181) _____.

2004b Petra. The Great Temple, “Archaeology in Jordan, 2003 Season,” AJA, S. H. Savage, K. A. Zamora and D. R. Keller (eds.),Vol. 108, No. 3, 441-443.

182) _____.

2004c The 2004 Brown University Excavations at the Petra Great Temple, Abstracts, ASOR 2004 Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, 44.

183) _____.

2004d Brown University 2003 Excavations at the Petra Great Temple: The Eleventh Field Campaign. ADAJ Vol. 48, 155-170.

184) _____.

2004e The Water Installations of the Petra Great Temple, Men of Dikes and Canals: The Archaeology of Water in the Middle East, International Symposium held at Petra, Wadi Musa (H. K. of Jordan) 15-20 June, 1999. Bienert, H-D and J. Häser (eds.), Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Orient-Abteilung, Orient-Archäologie, Band 13, Verlag Marie Leindorf GmbH, Rahden/Westf, 123-141.

185) _____.

2004 f Review: Petra and the Nabataeans: A Bibliography. By Gregory A. Crawford. ATLA Bibliography Series, Vol. 49. Lanham, Md.: The SCARECROW PRESS 2003. Pp. xxii + 275, JAOS, 124.2, 407.

186) _____.

2004 g Review: Petra Ez Zantur II: Ergebnisse der Schweizerisch-Liechtensteinischen Ausgrabungen. By Stephan G. Schmid and Bernhard Kolb. Pt. 1: Die Feinkeramik der Nabatäer; Pt. 2: Die spätantiken Wohnbauten. Terra Archaeologica, Vol. 4, Mainz: Verlag Philipp von Zabern, 2000. Pp. xvii + 311, plates, plans. JAOS, 124.2, 350-351.

187) Kansa, S.

Food and Religion in the Petra Region: A Zooarchaeological Study of Two Nabataean Temples.” In Abstracts, ASOR 2004 Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, 35.

188) Reid, S. K.

The Small Temple: A Roman Imperial Cult Building in Petra, Jordan, Brown University, Department of Anthropology, Ph.D. Dissertation.

2005

189) Abou-Assaly, E. K.

Conférence du professeur Martha Sharq Joukowsly au Musée de l'AUB: Le Grand Temple de Pétra: récente découverte archéologique," La Revue du Liban et de l'Orient Arabe 14-21 May 2005, 54.

190) Dergham, O.

Martha Sharp Joukowsky gives a lecture at the AUB [The American University of Beirut]: The discovery of the PETRA GREAT TEMPLE: The city of history is a never ending series of surprises, An-Nahar, (Lebanese Newspaper), Jeudi, 5 May 2005, 21 (in Arabic).

191) Ho, T.

Archaeology team's excavation of Petra Great Temple heading into its final year. The Brown Daily Herald Vol. CXL, No. 101, November 2, 2005, 5, 6.

192) Jacobson, M.

Melanie Jacobson takes us on a backstage tour of the Great Temple excavation conducted by the Brown University archaeological team, The Jordan Times, Vol. 30, No. 9051, Thursday August 11, 2005, The Jordan Times weekender: 4-5.

193) Joukowsky, M. S.

2005a Excavating a Priceless Heritage: Scientific and Other Applications Used by the Brown University Explorations of the Petra Great Temple, Terra Marique: Studies in Art History and Marine Archaeology in Honor of Anna Marguerite McCann on the Receipt of the Gold Medal of the Archaeological Institute of America, John Pollini (ed.) Oxbow, Ch. 4, 40-55, PL. 2-4.

194) ____.

2005bPetra Great Temple, ACORN Summer 2005,Vol. 17-1, 4-5.

195) _____. Lecture sheds light on different uses of Great Temple of Petra: Functions include place of worship, fortress and market place, The Daily Star, Friday May 6, Beirut Lebanon, No. 11, 688, 12. 196)_____ Brown University Archaeological Research at the Petra Great Temple, 2004, ADAJ Vol. 49, 147-165.

197) Saidi, L.

Recent Discoveries at the Petra Great Temple," American University of Beirut Archaeological Museum NEWSLETTER, Published by the Society of Friends Vol. XXI, 2, 10-15.

198) Seeley, N.

Picking Up the Pieces.” JO Magazine. With photographs by S. Zureikot, July 2005, 46-51.

2006

199) Joukowsky, M. S.

2006a Petra: The Great Temple, “Archaeology in Jordan, 2005 Season,” AJA, S. H. Savage and D. R. Keller (eds.) 110, 478-481.

200) _____ 2006b Brown University's 2005-2006 Excavations at the Petra Great Temple, Abstracts, ASOR 2006 Annual Meeting, Washington DC, 58- 59.

201)_____

2006c Brown University's 2005-2006 Excavations at the Petra Great Temple, ASOR Annual Meeting Abstracts, 58.

202) _____.

2006d The Petra Great Temple: A Final Chapter, ACORN Vol. 18-1:1-2.

203)_____.

2006e Challenges in the Field: The Brown University 2005 Petra Great Temple Excavations, ADAJ, Vol. 50, 351-372.

204) Levintova, H.

Joukowsky to stop work on Jordanian dig after 14 years, The Brown Daily Herald. Tuesday September 19, 2006.

205) Macaulay-Lewis, E. R.

Planting pots at Petra: a preliminary study of ollae perforatae at the Petra Garden-Pool Complex and at the 'Great Temple', No. 38, 159-160.

206) Praeger, M.

2006 In a land of kings, these relics are awesome, like their setting, Boston Sunday Globe, March 19, 2006, M1, M12, travel section.

207) Reid, S. K.

The Small Temple: A Roman Imperial Cult Building in Petra, Jordan.

Gorgias Dissertations, Near Eastern Studies: GD 20, NES 7, New Jersey.

208) Shao, W.

Animating Autonomous Pedestrians, New York University Dissertation for the Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of Computer Science, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, D. Terzopoulos, Advisor.

2007

209) Lawler, A. Reconstructing Petra, Smithsonian Magazine, Vol. 38, No. 3, June, 42-49.

210) Joukowsky, M. S.

2007a Surprises at the Great Temple from 1993 to 2006. Crossing Jordan: North American Contributions to the Archaeology of Jordan. T. E. Levy, M. P. M. Daviau, R. W. Younker and M. Shaer, Eds., Equinox Publishing Ltd., London and CT, 385-392.

211)

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2007b More Surprises at the Petra Great Temple, 10th International Conference on the History and Archaeology of Jordan, Washington DC, Abstracts, 38.

212)

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2007c Petra: The Great Temple, Archaeology in Jordan, 2006 Season, S. H. Savage and D. R. Keller, (Eds.), AJA 111, 542-544.

213) Joukowsky, M.S. and Christian F. Cloke

The Petra Great Temple’s Water Strategy, SHAJ, Vol. IX, 431-437.

214) Power, Eleanor A.

The Roman–Byzantine Bath Complex at the Petra Great Temple in Jordan, Honors Thesis at the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World at Brown University.

2008

Joukowsky, M. S.

2008 “Common Name: Poppy, Habitat: Nabataean Sculpture, The Petra Great Temple,” Egypt and Beyond Essays Presented to Leonard H. Lesko upon his Retirement from the Wilbour Chair of Egyptology at Brown University, June 2005, Stephen E. Thompson and Peter Der Manuelian, Eds. Brown University: Department of Egyptology and Ancient Western Asian Studies, 2008.

MEDIA and Video

2005-2007 (Web pages and for digital videos and 3D images) The Joukowsky Institute Workplace>The Petra Great Temple Database Project or

http://proteus.brown.edu/PGTdata/Home or http://lems.brown.edu/

2003 Petra Great Temple, A 54 minute film of the Brown University Excavations, Amedia Production by Michael Udris and David Udris © Martha Sharp Joukowsky. 124 Washington St. Providence, RI 02903 (401 523 4222, www.udris.com.

"Petra and the Nabataeans, Trade, Intercultural Contacts and Associations, Influence of Hellenism, Crossroads of Occidental and Oriental Worlds, The Great Temple, City Planning, Hydrological Engineering." Open Curriculum, Mariners of Greece International Education Program, Video Roundtable with schools in Amman Jordan, Athens Greece, Copenhagen Denmark and New York City, USA. George Newman, ed., Technology Applications Research LLC. (May). Can be accessed at www.oneplaneteducation.com> Webcast Segment II.

“ARCHAVE: A Virtual Environment for Archaeological Research,” June 14, 2000. Brown University Department of Computer Science. D. Acevado, E. Vote, D. Laidlaw and M. S. Joukowsky.

Television

1996. Search, Archaeology 101, North Carolina State University. Short appearance as Brown University's Director, Petra 'Great' Temple Excavations.

1995. "Ancient Mysteries" Arts and Entertainment (Arts and Entertainment Network Series) documentary film produced by Bram Rose et. al., "Petra." 52 minutes, color program, narrated by Kathleen Turner.

1995-1994. Archaeology series, "Petra, City in the Sand." Learning Channel, New Dominion Films, color, narrated by John Rhys Davies. (Re-aired 6 times during 1995 and several times during 1996).

1995. Video Lecture on Petra 'Great' Southern Temple, for the St. Louis Society of the Archaeological Institute of America. Martha Sharp Joukowsky, October 17, 1995.

Web Pages

1997, 1999-2007 updated, "The Petra Great Temple." http://www.brown.edu/Departments/Anthropology/Petra/

 

Open Context http://www.opencontext.org. The Petra Great Temple data sets include aerial photographs of the site by year, 1993-2006 site plans of trenches excavated, 1998-2006 ADAJ reports, 1993-2006 catalog, coin catalog, architectural fragment and Grosso Modo databases, phasing charts of every trench and locus, architectural and artifact drawings, and trench reports.

2005-2007 (Web pages and for digital videos and 3D images) The Joukowsky Institute Workplace>The Petra Great Temple Database Project or

http://proteus.brown.edu/PGTdata/Home or http://lems.brown.edu/

2003. http://www.lems.brown.edu/shape/#news

2003 May/June issue of Higher Learning. Higher Learning

pp.18-19 <http://www.teachmag.com/higher-learning.html>

Published by TEACH Magazine, 258 Wallace Ave. Ste 206

Toronto, Ontario, M6P 3M9, Canada.

Bazin, P. L. and A. Henry

2003 Wall Drawer: A Simple Solution to Traditional Drawing and Photographic Recording of Archaeological Features.

http://www.lwms.brown.edu/basin/Research/WallDrawer.html

1995 "Southern Temple Excavations at Petra, Jordan, Brown University. petra@stg.brown.edu

1996 "Petra" on ASOR Digs 96, The American Schools of Oriental Research, Committee on Archaeological Policy: Reports of Affiliated Projects. <http://www.cobb.msstate.edu/asordigs.html>

Other

2006 National Canadian Radio, Interview for "Petra" at the Canadian National Museum of Civilization, Ottawa, September 29, 2006.

2001 Inaugural Faculty Program for President Ruth J, Simmons, “Simulation and Visualization in the Petra Project,” with David Laidlaw, Computer Science,

Martha Sharp Joukowsky, Old World Art and Archaeology and Department of Anthropology, with Eileen Vote and Daniel Acevedo, Computer Science.

1997. Mannis, Avi. "Coins of the 'Great' Southern Temple, Petra, " The Digital Archive Project (CD ROM) for Honors Thesis at Brown University's Center for Old World Archaeology and Art.

May 2007

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS

207) Shaer, May and Stefan Simon*

“The Plasters, Renders and Mortars of the Petra Great Temple,” in The 6th International Symposium on the Conservation of Monuments in the Mediterranean Basin (in press).

208) Tuttle, Christopher A.,

Life in Miniature: Figurines as Indicators for the Socio-Religious Culture of Petra and the Nabataean Kingdom, Ph.D. dissertation (in preparation) Brown University, Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World.

Acevedo, Daniel, Eileen Vote, David H. Laidlaw and Martha S. Joukowsky

"ARCHAVE: A Virtual Environment for Archaeological Research," Work in Progress report presented at IEEE Visualization 2000, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 2000. (pdf/ps/html).

Cooper, D. B., A. Willis, Stuart Andrews, J. Baker, Y. Cao, D. Han, K. Kang, W. Kong, F. F. Leymarie, X. Orriols, E. L. Vote, M. S. Joukowsky, B. B. Kimia, D. H. Laidlaw, D. Mumford, S. Velipasalar.

“Assembling Virtual Pots from 3D Measurements of Their Fragments. ” In VAST 2001.

Joukowsky, Martha Sharp

“Excavation and Consolidation of Archaeological Structures: An Example from the Great Temple at Petra, Jordan.” for the Guardians of Monuments and Museums, New York University, Graduate School of Arts and Science Museum Studies Program, Flora E. Kaplan (Ed.)

Vote, Eileen

2002 "A Virtual-Reality Application for Post-Excavation Archaeological Analysis" in IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, special issue on Art History and Archaeology, (September).

 
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