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Chapter 4 The Water-Supply System in the Settlement Centre: Catalogue of Structures.

The catalogue of the elements of the water-supply system presented in Chapters 3 and 4 is intended to document the structures observed, studied, and - occasionally - excavated during our surveys in 1983, 1986–87, and 1989. The detail with which the structures have been recorded may seem obsessive, particularly for the aqueduct, but in fact full and accurate analysis of water systems depends on careful observation of details. Chapter 4 The Water-Supply System in the Settlement Centre: Catalogue of Structures.

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Humayma Excavation Project I. John Peter Oleson is a Canadian classical archaeologist and historian of ancient technology. by John Peter Oleson, with technical reports by G. Mitchell and C. Shay. Humayma, ancient Hawara, was the only significant settlement in the Hisma, the desert between Petra and Aqaba. Founded by a Nabataean king in the late first century . the site flourished for 750 years show more. John Peter Oleson is a Canadian classical archaeologist and historian of ancient technology

Humayma Excavation Project, 1: Resources, History and the Water-Supply System, ASOR .

Humayma Excavation Project, 1: Resources, History and the Water-Supply System, ASOR Archaeological Reports, Vol. 15, 2010, ISBN 978-0-89757-083-1. Humayma Excavation Project, 2: Nabatean Campground and Necropolis, Byzantine Churches, and Early Islamic Structures, ASOR Archaeological Reports, Vol. 18, 2013 (co-author), ISBN 978-0-89757-037-4. Building for Eternity. The History and Technology of Roman Concrete Engineering in the Se. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2014 (co-author), ISBN 978-1-78297-420-8.

Humayma, ancient Hawara, was the only significant settlement in the Hisma, the desert between Petra and Aqaba. Founded by a Nabataean king in the late first century B.C., the site flourished for 750 years as a Nabataean, Roman, Byzantine, and Early Islamic settlement. In 25 years of survey and excavation, the author has recovered unique architectural and artifactual remains of all these cultures. In this final report volume, the first of four, he presents the topography and ecology of the region, the history of the site, and a detailed examination of the integrated water-supply system that made the settlement possible. A long synthetic chapter evaluates this system in the context of the water-supply technology of the ancient Near East. This book will be of interest to both students and scholars concerned with ancient hydraulic technology, the Nabataeans, the Romans in the Near East, early Byzantine culture, and the origins of the Abbasid family.