Tell Qaramel overview
Modern name(s) Tell Qaramel
Region Levant
Section Northern Levant
Latitude 36.37750407 N suggest info
Longitude 37.27508239 E
Status Accurate location
general info
A survey in the late 1970s found evidence of settlement at the site from the Pre-Pottery Neolithic A period through to the Hellenistic period. The later phases of occupation are closely associated with the mound of the tell itself; however, the pre-pottery Neolithic phase is associated with a wider area of about 3 hectares, extending to the south and south-west of the tell.It is this area that has been the focus of detailed investigation since 1999 by a joint Polish-Syrian team led by Prof. Ryszard F. Mazurowski of Warsaw University.
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36.377504, 37.275082 === 36.377504 N, 37.275082 E === 36° 22' 39.0" N, 37° 16' 30.3" E
University of Uppsala
The Department of Linguistics and Philology is a part of the Faculty of Languages, and therefore within the Disciplinary Domain of Humanities and Social Sciences. It is responsible for research and education in African and Asian languages and cultures, the European classical languages, as well as linguistics and computational linguistics.
Olof Pedersén
Professor in Assyriology. His research has treated different central aspects of the use of written documentation within the older cultures in the Ancient Near East and the relation between the written and the material historical evidence.
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Database ID 5470, created 5 Apr 2011, 20:14, Last changed 8 Apr 2011, 00:14