The Digital Archaeological Atlas of the Holy Land (DAAHL) (الأطلس الإلكتروني لآثار الأراضي المقدسة)

A regional, multinational database of archaeological site and project metadata, including location, available for the Levant. In 2014, it contained more than 27,000 sites and 60,000 site components from Cyprus, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, southwestern Syria, the Sinai Peninsula, and the West Bank.

Data and Resources

Additional Info

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Author Geo-Archaeological Information Applications Lab (GAIA Lab)
Last Updated September 27, 2020, 08:03 (BST)
Created April 2, 2020, 11:51 (BST)
Project URL
Project principal and co-investigators

Stephen H. Savage

Thomas E. Levy

Project team

Dr. Burton MacDonald (Data Contributor)

Dr. Gary Christopherson (Data Contributor)

Dr. Geoffrey A. Clark (Data Contributor)

Dr. Gideon Avni (Data Contributor)

Dr. Gunnar Lehmann (Data Contributor)

Dr. Itzick Shai (Data Contributor)

Dr. Nava Panitz-Cohen (Data Contributor)

Dr. Jon Seligman (Data Contributor)

Dr. Nils Anfinset (Data Contributor)

Dr. Rafi Greenberg (Data Contributor)

Adi Keinan (Data Contributor)

Dr. Stephen H. Savage (Data Contributor)

Dr. Steven E. Falconer (Data Contributor)

Dr. Ted Banning (Data Contributor)

Dr. Thomas E. Levy (Data Contributor)

Dr. Mohammad Najjar (Data Contributor)

Erez Ben-Yosef (Data Contributor)

Professor Aren Maeir (Data Contributor)

Project start date 2009-01-01
Project status Completed
Citation information

Savage, S.H. and Levy, T.E., (2014), DAAHL—The digital archaeological atlas of the holy land: A model for Mediterranean and world archaeology. Near Eastern Archaeology, 77(3), pp.243-247.

Time Periods Palaeolithic Unspecified, Iron Age unspecified, Islamic Unspecified, Modern, Hellenistic, Roman, Chalcolithic Unspecified, Neolithic Unspecified, Persian, Nabataean, Bronze Age Unspecified
Data type Databases