Dr. Mo’awiyah Ibrahim holds a PhD in Ancient Archeology and Oriental Languages from the Free University of Berlin (1970). He worked as supervisor and Assistant Director at the Jordanian Department of Archaeology. He has been teaching at several universities for more than 40 years, including the University of Jordan, the Free University of Berlin, the University of Tübingen, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Richmond, and the Sultan Qaboos University in Oman. He was the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social and Human Sciences and Founding Director of the Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology at Yarmouk University. Dr. Mo’awiyah supervised a number of archaeological projects and field researches in Sahab and Deir Alla, and he has surveyed the Jordan Valley and Zirqoon. He also supervised projects in other Arab countries, including Sar Al Jisr (Bahrain) and Akkaz (Kuwait). He was the coordinator of International Archaeological Projects in Tamna’, the capital of the Southern Arabian Qataban Kingdom in the Beihan Valley of Yemen.
Lives in Jordan.
Early Settlements and the First Cities in Historic Jordan and Palestine
By Dr. Mo'awiya Ibrahim
Tuesday 21 February 2017