Locating Tall el-Hammam and Its Neighbors

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Tall el-Hammam Excavation Project
a joint scientific endeavor of the
College of Archaeology, Trinity Southwest University
and the
Department of Antiquities, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
PPT:
The Location of Tall el-Hammam
on the Eastern Jordan Disk
Dr. Steven Collins
Dean, College of Archaeology, Trinity Southwest University
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
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By clicking through the following
PPT animations, you’ll observe the
location of Tall el-Hammam, and its
prominent position among the
Bronze Age cities of the region.
TO DEIR ‘ALLA
PELLA, & DAN
TO GILEAD
TO RABBATHAMMON
TO HESHBON
Tall Mustah
Barakat
Tahouneh
Tall Bleibel
HV.1
Tall el-Hammam
Tall Nimrin
Tall Kafrein
The Disk
TO BETH SHAN
TO MEDABA
HV.2
Iktanu
Rama
Azeimeh
Mwais
Major
& Minor
(hakikkar)
Jordan River
Trade
Routes
of
the Jordan
high spring
inundation
at moderate
spring inundation
TO BETHEL
& AI
TO ZOAR
Jericho
DEAD SEA
TO JERUSALEM
TO HEBRON
TO EN-GEV
Looking NW from Mt. Nebo
LOWER HAMMAM
UPPER HAMMAM
1000 meters
Kafrein Dam/Reservoir
immediate vicinity
of Tall el-Hammam
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