The British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem (BSAJ)/CBRL Ramla Project was a multi-disciplinary project comprising of a number of elements: 1. Historical research; 2. Topographical survey of the site; 3. Architectural survey of the surviving medieval and Ottoman buildings; 4. Archaeological archive research; 5. Epigraphic survey; 6. Excavation of a series of archaeological sondages to answer questions relating to the towns topography.
Location: Ramla (Israel)
Year(s): 1997 to 1999
Lead institutions and funding: BSAJ/CBRL
Petersen, A., 2000. Preliminary Report on the Topographic Survey of Ramla 1997 and 1999, Levant 32(1), 97–99.
Petersen, A. & R. Wardill, 2001. Interim Report on a Geophysical and Surface Survey of Ramla, Levant 33(1), 1–6.
Pringle, D., 1999. Research Reports British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem, Levant 31(1), 318.
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Published:12 April 2021