Quotes and comments from members
of the group.
dusty, tired, but no matter, I was privileged to work in the Jordanian
a remarkable group of archaeologists on a project that counts”.
than quick drive-by views with little time to absorb the country, GARP
provided me with the privilege to be part of an in-depth experience
in Jordan. T. E.
Lawrence may have described the desert well in Seven Pillars, but nothing
actually walking and working in it. It is educational, motivational,
exceptional, and good fun, too.”
sublime scenic beauty of the sites we excavate will haunt you for the
rest of your
life. What's more, nothing compares with the search for significant
objects which were
dropped in the sand - Finding even a tiny piece of cloth from an Ottoman
uniform will fill you with sheer ecstasy!
chance to work with a most engaging group of rogues who have taught
hellava lot about archaeology. I'm a three year digger, going for the
Jo, Menlo Park , USA
are in Jordan to examine and excavate the archaeology associated with
Great Arab Revolt. However you just can’t escape from the historic
archaeology of all periods from Palaeolithic stone tools, Neolithic
settlement, Iron Age
towers to Byzantine castles and medieval forts.
landscape extended family company, and intriguing intellectual
Linah, US / Jordan