Event Title

The Role of Local Flora at the Archeological Site Tall Hisban, Jordan

Presenter Information

Connor Smith, Andrews University

Location

Buller Hall

Start Date

2-26-2016 2:30 PM

End Date

2-26-2016 4:00 PM

Description

This paper analyzes the role of local flora at the archeological site at Tall Hisban Jordan as well as identifies strategies that can be used to document and preserve the plant life. On site research was conducted from May to August at Tall Hisban, and the Temple of the Winged Lions in Petra. By analyzing the sites and plant surveys conducted by Professor Stan Beikman and Doctor Erin Addison, it has been made clear that local flora and archeological sites have a unique and important relationship. This research shows that local flora plays a key role in an archeological site, and conversely archeological sites play a key role in the local flora.

Acknowledgments

Dr. Garth Woodruff

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Feb 26th, 2:30 PM Feb 26th, 4:00 PM

The Role of Local Flora at the Archeological Site Tall Hisban, Jordan

Buller Hall

This paper analyzes the role of local flora at the archeological site at Tall Hisban Jordan as well as identifies strategies that can be used to document and preserve the plant life. On site research was conducted from May to August at Tall Hisban, and the Temple of the Winged Lions in Petra. By analyzing the sites and plant surveys conducted by Professor Stan Beikman and Doctor Erin Addison, it has been made clear that local flora and archeological sites have a unique and important relationship. This research shows that local flora plays a key role in an archeological site, and conversely archeological sites play a key role in the local flora.