Council for British Research in the Levant Archaeological Monographs

Council for British Research in the Levant, 2015 (updated 2016)

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Council for British Research in the Levant Archaeological Monographs

The Council for British Research in the Levant (CBRL) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that conducts, supports and promotes research in the history, culture, society and archaeology of Jordan, Israel, the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Syria, Lebanon and Cyprus. Registered as a charity in 1998 following the merger of the British Institute at Amman for Archaeology and History and the British School of Archaeology at Jerusalem, the CBRL broadened its remit to support all the disciplines supported by the British Academy. This led to a period of organic growth and the CBRL now has an administrative office in London and two research institutes in the region: the CBRL Kenyon Institute (KI) in East Jerusalem and the CBRL British Institute in Amman (BIA).

List of Monographs

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Clarke, J. (2005)
Archaeological Perspectives on the Transmission and Transformation of Culture in the Eastern Mediterranean. Council for British Research in the Levant / Oxbow Books:Oxford.

Barker, G., Gilbertson, D., Mattingly, D. (2007)
Archaeology and Desertification: The Wadi Faynan Landscape Survey, Southern Jordan. Council for British Research in the Levant / Oxbow Books:Oxford.

Bienkowski, P., Galor, K. (2006)
Crossing the Rift: Resources, Settlements Patterns and Interaction in the Wadi Arabah. Council for British Research in the Levant / Oxbow Books:Oxford.

Lovell, J., Rowan, Y. (2011)
Culture, Chronology and the Chalcolithic. Council for British Research in the Levant / Oxbow Books:Oxford.

Byrd, B. (2005)
Early Village Life at Beidha, Jordan : Neolithic Spatial Organization and Vernacular Architecture: The Excavations of Mrs Diana Kirkbride-Helbæk. Oxford University Press:Oxford.

Peltenburg, E. (2007)
Euphrates River Valley Settlement: The Carchemish sector in the third millenium BC. Council for British Research in the Levant / Oxbow Books:Oxford.

Finlayson, B., Warren, G. (2010)
Landscapes in Transition. Council for British Research in the Levant / Oxbow Books:Oxford.

Peltenburg, E., Wasse, A. (2004)
Neolithic Revolution: New perspectives on Southwest Asia in light of recent discoveries on Cyprus. Council for British Research in the Levant / Oxbow Books:Oxford.

Finlayson, B., Mithen, S. (2007)
The Early Prehistory of Wadi Faynan, Southern Jordan: Archaeological Survey of Wadis Faynan, Ghuwayr and Al Bustan and Evaluation of the Pre-Pottery Neolithic A Site of WF16. Council for British Research in the Levant / Oxbow Books:Oxford.

Petersen, A. (2012)
The Medieval and Ottoman Hajj Route in Jordan: An Archaeological and Historical Study. Council for British Research in the Levant / Oxbow Books:Oxford.

Kennedy, D. (2004)
The Roman Army in Jordan. Council for British Research in the Levant / Oxbow Books:Oxford.

Bienkowski, P. (2011)
Umm al-Biyara: Excavations by Crystal-M. Bennett in Petra 1960-1965. Council for British Research in the Levant / Oxbow Books:Oxford.