MUTAH University

About Me

  • 00962 32372380 Ext. 6069-6070
  • 009620 1234567
  • rwahneh@mutah.edu.jo
  • https://academic.mutah.edu.jo/rwahneh
  • Al Karak - Mutah

" Dr. Rawahneh is an Associate Professor of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Cultures at the Department of Archaeology and Tourism/ Mutah University. He earned his Ph.D. with first-grade honors, he has been a teaching staff member at the Department of Archaeology and Tourism since 2001 up to now. He has passed through the academic ranks and the administrative positions during his service at the University as Assistant Dean of the College of Social Sciences, and as Head of the Dept. of Archaeology and Tourism,
Dr. Rawahneh’s major research and teaching interest involves History and Archaeology of Ancient Near Eastern Cultures, Archaeology of Levant through Ages, Nabateans Culture, Cultural and Environmental Resources Management, Fieldworks in Jordan, Documentation of Jeopardized Archaeological and Cultural Heritage, Tourism Planning and Development, Tourism and Local Community in Jordan, Human Resource Management in Tourism, Participation in Archaeology and Tourism International Conferences and Workshops.
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Research Interest

Archeology & History of Ancient Near Eastern Cultures/ Bronze & Iron Ages
Archeology & History of Levant through Ages
Nabateans Culture
Cultural & Environmental Resources Management and Environment
Fieldworks in Jordan
Documentation of Jeopardized Archaeological and Cultural Heritage,
Tourism Planning and Development
Tourism and Local Community in Jordan
Human Resource Management in Tourism

Published Research

The Beginnings of Nabataeans Anonymous Numismatics Issue Journal : Mutah Journal for Research and Studies , Volume : 20, 195-214Publisher : Mutah University , 2005
The Egyptian Pharaonic Religious Beliefs between Idolatry, Myth and Monotheism Journal : Mutah Journal for Research and Studies , Volume : 22, 283-312Publisher : , 2007
The Artistic Significances of Archaeological Findings in the Southern Levant during the Late Bronze and Iron Ages (1550 - 539 B.C): "Archaeological and Historical Study.." Journal : Department of Egyptology- Cairo University , Volume : 45, 231- 245Publisher : Cairo University ,
The Relations between Assyrian and Levant during the Late Bronze and Iron Ages Journal : Journal of the Association of Arab , Volume : 10, 160-183Publisher : Suez Canal University/ Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality , 2014
Amonian Stone Statutes which have Egyptian Cultural Influence Journal : Scientific Journal of the Faculty of Archaeology , Volume : Publisher : South Valley University , 2014
The Archaeological Statues with the Assyrian Cultural Influence in Southern Levant during the Late Bronze and Iron Ages Journal : Global Journal of Human Social Sciences: History, Archaeology, Anthropology , Volume : 15, 14-32Publisher : Global Journals Inc. USA. , 2015
A new Nabataean funerary inscription from Dhībān, with a brief account on Dhībān during the Nabataean period Journal : Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy , Volume : 28: 246-253Publisher : WILEY , 2017
Roman Empresses Coins from a Private Collection: Archaeological and Descriptive study Journal : Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization , Volume : 23 (1) - . Publisher : 23, Jagiellonian University: Krakow. 1899-1548. , 2020
A New Latin Funerary Inscription from Gharandal (Southern Jordan) Journal : Emerita , Volume : (LXXXVIII:2, 339- 359Publisher : , 2020

Courses

Archaeology of Jordan and Palestine
First Year
Tourism in Jordan
First Year
Interoduction of Ancient Art
First Year
Introduction of National Tourism
First Year
Ancient Near East Culture
First Year
Cultural & Environmental Resources Management and Environment
Master
City States on Bronze Ages
Master
Center of Islamic Urbanization
Master
Tourism Planning and development
Master
Archaeological Research Methodology
Master
Archaeology of the Levant in the Stone Ages
First Year
Archaeology of the Levant in the Bronze Ages
Second Year

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