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Om DID

Det Danske Institut i Damaskus åbnede dørene i 2000 og er Danmarks eneste videnskabelige institution i Den Arabiske Verden.

Instituttet arrangerer seminarer og workshops, for tiden uden for Syrien. Instituttet uddeler flere gange årligt stipendier til forskere og studerende der beskæftiger sig med Mellemøsten – se opslag her på siden under Legater.

 

Seneste nyheder

Shkārat Msaied 2014: Summary of results

By Moritz Kinzel, Khaled Hwawra, Pia Nielsen, Anne Mette Harpelund, Jakob Hellum, Mette Thuesen, and Ingolf Thuesen The Neolithic Site of Shkārat Msaied is situated approx. 16 km north of Petra/Wadi Musa in Southern Jordan. Nearby are several other Neolithic sites, e.g. Ba’ja, Basta and Beidha, on which the applicant has also worked in recent years. […]

The Shubayqa Archaeological Project

By Tobias Richter This project investigates cultural and environmental landscape change in the Qa’ Shubayqa area of northeastern Jordan through archaeological surveys and excavations, as well as palaeoenvironmental studies. The Qa’ Shubayqa is a 12 km2 large drainage basin in Jordan’s northeastern Badya region. It is situated in the Harrat ash Sham basalt desert at […]

The Ritual Landscape of Murayghat

By Susanne Kerner The Ritual Landscape of Murayghat project includes a survey and excavation in central Jordan. The site of Murayghat has been mentioned by many early travellers and other passers-by, who describe the site and its surrounding in some detail, estimating that 150 dolmens would have existed up to the early 20th century. It […]

 

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