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The Anglo Jordanian Society is hosting a pre-Christmas Afternoon Tea in the House of Lords on Thursday 13th December. Tickets for this event are £37.00 per person and are now available to purchase via PayPal and Worldpay. A printable ticket will be available once payment has gone through and this should be printed out and bought to the Afternoon Tea event. We expect this event to be very popular with our members and their guests and, as there are only…Find out more »
ANGLO JORDANIAN SOCIETY - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TO BE HELD ON THURSDAY 5TH SEPTEMBER AT 18:30 AT 83 MARGARET STREET, LONDON W1W 8TB Directions via Oxford Circus Underground Walk east on Oxford Street towards Argyll Street (279 ft) Turn Left into Great Portland Street (472 ft) Turn Right into Margaret Street (528ft) Total approx. ¼ mile Dear Members The Chairman and Trustees of the Anglo Jordanian Society look forward to seeing you at the AGM on Thursday 5th…Find out more »
Pictures painted by the sun: photographing Jordan 1985-2015 – A talk by Jane Taylor, a member of the Anglo Jordanian Society
Free lecture series. Evans Memorial Lecture In Association with the British Museum Dept. of Middle East Photographing Jordan for three decades, both from the air and at ground level, Jane Taylor has documented several of the dramatic changes that have taken place in the country. Many archaeological sites have been transformed from heaps of rubble into comprehensible (and often magnificent) monuments; others have been crowded around with modern industrial or residential development. At the same time, with an eye to…Find out more »
January 2021 Webinar: The archaeology of olive oil: British Museum excavations of a 4,500-year-old olive factory in the Wadi ar-Rayyan in Jordan.
The archaeology of olive oil: British Museum excavations of a 4,500-year-old olive factory in the Wadi ar-Rayyan in Jordan. Jordan was one of the first places in the world to domesticate the olive, and olive oil would play a key role in the development of civilizations that followed. But what does the archaeology of olive oil production look like? In this talk, Dr Jamie Fraser discusses excavations of an ancient olive oil factory at Khirbet Ghozlan in the Wadi Rayyan…Find out more »