The Nabataean Kingdom: Part I. An Historical Overview of Who, Where and When – postponed
‘The Nabataean Kingdom: Part I. An Historical Overview of Who, Where and When‘ by Dr Christopher A. Tuttle
This lecture will introduce and explore the Nabataean Kingdom, which arose during the Hellenistic period and grew to control all of the lands of the modern state of Jordan. We will examine the Nabataeans’ origins, identity, culture, and capital cities.
Dr Christopher A. Tuttle is an archaeologist studying the Hellenistic and Roman periods in the Eastern Mediterranean. Former Associate Director at ACOR in Jordan and former Executive Director of the Council of American Overseas Research Centers. He holds a BA in Classical and Medieval Studies from the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and a PhD from the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World at Brown University. He recently joined ASA as Academic and Outreach Coordinator.
Chris leads the following ASA tours:
- The Turquoise Coast: Southern Turkey & Rhodes 16 September – 3 October 2024
- Tunisia: From Carthage to the Sahara 29 October – 15 November 2024
- Jordan in Depth: Petra, Desert Fortresses, Wadi Rum and the Red Sea 1 – 16 April 2025
- Sardinia and Corsica: Islands of Forgotten Riches 2-19 October 2025