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Bayt Rās Workshop

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The Bayt Rās Tomb Project, based in Irbid, is one of nine projects supported by the USAID Sustainable Cultural Heritage Through Engagement of Local Communities Project (SCHEP) throughout Jordan and implemented by the American Center of Oriental Research (ACOR, now the American Center of Research). USAID SCHEP has been working at the site of the Roman hypogeum in Bayt Rās since April 2017 (Fig. 1), under the leadership of the Department of Antiquities (DoA) and was able to formulate a distinguished consortium of scholars from Jordan, France, and Italy to help in managing the necessary complex interventions in the tomb. SCHEP was successful in bringing together a group of professional international and national institutes renowned on their remarkable work in heritage preservation in Jordan and the region. The consortium members were subsequently expanded to include new institutes to cover different components of the project. Specifically, the consortium includes the DoA, USAID SCHEP, ISCR (Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione ed il Restauro), ISPRA (Istituto Superiore per la Protezione e la Ricerca Ambientale), CNRS (Le Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique), and Ifpo (Institut français du Proche-Orient).
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halshs-03788501, version 1 (02-10-2022)

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Jehad Haron, Nizar Al-Adarbeh, Ahmad Lash, Amjad Al-Batayneh, Giuseppe Delmonaco, et al.. Bayt Rās Workshop. 14th international conference on the history and archaeology of Jordan (ICHAJ 14), Jan 2019, Florence, Italy. pp.803-811. ⟨halshs-03788501⟩
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