Wadi Araba Archaeological Research Project (WAARP) - Project Website (مشروع البحث الأثري في وادي عربة )

The Wadi Araba Archaeological Research Project (WAARP) - Project Website was started by Andrew M. Smith II in 1996 to provide a unifying platform for the archaeological projects active around the Wadi Araba, both in Jordan and Israel. The website offers a list of these projects, while the 'Resources' page link to the WAARP GIS and images of maps of the area. It was last updated in 2007.

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Author Andrew M. Smith II
Maintainer Columbian College Office of Technology Services, Columbian College of Arts & Sciences Rome Hall 801 22nd Street, NW Suite 355 (Walk Up Support Rome 354) Washington, DC 20052, USA
Last Updated September 24, 2020, 11:44 (BST)
Created June 1, 2020, 15:47 (BST)
Project URL https://home.gwu.edu/~amsii/wadiarabaproject/index.htm
Project principal and co-investigators

Andrew M. Smith II

Project start date 1996-01-01
Project end date 2007-07-10
Project status Completed
Project funder

Dowling College;

University of Maryland;

North Carolina State University;

American Center of Oriental Research

American Schools of Oriental Research;

W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research;

Department of Antiquities of Jordan;

CAORC;

Explorers Club.

Citation information

Smith, A.M. (n.d.), Wadi Araba Archaeological Research Project (WAARP) - Project Website, https://home.gwu.edu/~amsii/wadiarabaproject/index.htm (Last accessed 01/06/2020).

Time Periods Period Unknown or Unspecified
Data type Images Map, Scientific and statistical data formats, Images Satellite image, Images Photograph, Text - Other