Musallam R. Al-Rawahneh

Musallam R. Al-Rawahneh
Mu’tah University · Department of Archaeology and Tourism

Associate Professor- Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies
Head of the Dept. of Archaeology and Tourism

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Introduction
Dr. Rawahneh is an Associate Professor of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies, at the Dept. of Archaeology and Tourism/ Mutah University. He earned his Ph.D. with first-grade honors; he has been a teaching staff member at the Dept. of Archaeology and Tourism since 2001- present. He has passed through the academic ranks and the administrative positions during his service at the University. He served as Assistant Dean of the College of Social Sciences, and he has worked as a Head of the D
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September 2015 - present
Mu’tah University
Position
  • Head of Department
September 2010 - August 2012
Mu’tah University
Position
  • Assistant Dean
Education
October 2010 - November 2013
Faculty of Archaeology, Department of Egyptology
Field of study
  • Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Cultures

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The aim of this paper is to bring to light and edit two Byzantine funerary inscriptions from El‐ʿAynūn (Kerak Governorate; Southern Jordan). The first one is perhaps dated in the year 485–486 AD [year 380 EPA]; the second one, although not dated, probably belongs to the same period, ranging between the fifth and the sixth century AD.
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تهدفُ هذه الدراسة إلى تسليط الضوء على العلاقات السياسية والتجارية المصرية مع جنوبي بلاد الشام (الأردن وفلسطين)، خلال الحقبة الممتدة من العصور الحجرية إلى نهاية عصر الانتقال الثاني، والتي يعاصرها في بلاد الشام الحقبة الممتدة من العصور الحجرية إلى نهاية العصر البرونزي المتوسط (10.000 -1.550 ق.م). فعلى الرغم من أن غالبية الدراسات تميل إلى اعتبار أن هذ...
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The aim of this paper is to bring to light, edit and contextualize a Latin inscription from Gharandal (the ancient Arindela or Arieldela; Roman province of Arabia Petraea [al-Tafilah Governorate; South-ern Jordan]). The piece, dating probably from the 2nd century AD, is the gravestone of Spratus, a soldier of a cohors Ulp(ia) mil(iaria), hard to id...
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This paper aims at an archaeological descriptive study of a collection of glazed and painted Ayyubid/ Mamluk pottery sherds. The samples were excavated from Al Rabbah southern Jordan. The pottery vessels were divided into four groups according to the glazing color and manufacture method, as follows: yellow glazed, brown glazed, green glazed, and pa...
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This paper investigates a two-line unpublished Nabataean funerary inscription found in 2016 at Dhībān, 70 km south of Amman. The inscription, which is the first known Nabataean text from this site, represents a dedication of a funerary monument, a nefesh, by a person to his deceased son. The current study includes a word-by-word discussion of the t...
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تَهدفُ هذهِ الدراسةِ إلى تسليط الضَّوءِ على نماذج من الجِعْلان الفرعونيَّة المصريَّة أو المتأثرة بالفن المصري تم الكشفُ عنها في جنوبي بلاد الشام (الأردن وفلسطين)، والتي تؤكد الصلات التجارية التي كانت تربطُ مصرَ بجنوبي بلاد الشام خلال مرحلة العصر البرونزيّ المتوسط، والعصر البرونزيّ المتَّأخر (2000- 1200 ق.م)، إلى جوار أنها تؤكد تأثُر هذه المنطقة بال...
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The goal of this research is to highlight the archaeological Statues of Assyrian culture and their influence on the Southern Levant, where the Assyrians within the Iron Age (918- 539 B.C), were able to find themselves a foothold in the Levant, taking an advantage of great powers retreat in the Ancient Near East and the beginning of the decline of E...
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Abstract: The Ancient Egyptian Pharaonic Religious beliefs, Between myth, Idolatry, and Monotheism This study sheds some light on the Egyptian Pharaonic religious beliefs, which have been described through series of studies in contradicted ways, e.g. Totemism combined with divinity, as well as Idolatry combined with Monotheism. This study discu...
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تسلِّط هذه الدراسة الضوء على المعتقدات الدينيَّة الفرعونيَّة المصريَّة، والتي وصفتها العديد من الدراسات بأوصاف متناقضة: فالطوطمية إلى جانب اللاهوت، والوثنيَّة إلى جانب التوحيد، حيث تناقش هذه الدراسة الآراء المختلفة بعيداً عما اعتمدته غالبية هذه الآراء في التعصب لوصف الديانة المصريَّة بوصف واحد، حيث توصلت الدراسة إلى أن سبب هذا التناقض يكمن في إن ال...
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Abstract: The Beginnings of Nabataeans Anonymous Numismatics Issue This research paper discusses different viewpoints of various scholars concerning pinpointing the exact date of issuing the anonymous Nabataean coin, and the first ruler who ordered the issue of such type of coin and its duration. Based on some findings induced from the excavation...
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يناقش هذا البحث الآراء المختلفة للعلماء حول تحديد بداية تاريخ إصدار المسكوكات النبطيَّة المُغْفَلة (1)، وأول من قام بضربها، وفَتْرَة استمرار إصدارها. وقد أمكن الوصول إلى النتيجة من دليل تمَّ استخلاصه من حفريات موقع تل بئر السبع؛ يؤيد رأي روبنسون الذي كان قد اقترح أنّ تنسب المسكوكات المُغْفَلة إلى الحارث الثاني (120/110-96 ق.م).

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