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Attended more than five conferences related to Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations and Cultures in several European countries, e.g. Seminar for Arabian Studies, England and the Rencontre Assyriologiques, held yearly at a European City1993-1198
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Julius Euting (1839-1913) and the Exploration of Arabia: International Symposium at the University of TübingenGermany11-14 July 1999
“Dialektgeographie Nordarabiens aufgrunde der frühnordarabischen Inschriften”
Hani Hayajneh
Seminar for Arabian StudiesEngland - London20-22 July 2000
“First evidence of the Babylonian king Nabonidus in the early North Arabian inscriptions from Taymæ'”
Hani Hayajneh
First National Yarmouk University Symposium on Ancient WritingsIrbid - Jordan
The relationship between Old South Arabian Languages and Modern South Arabian Languages of Yemen and Oman”
Hani Hayajneh
First International Littmann Conference: Archaeology and History of the Horn of Africa. Germany - Munich2-5 May 2002
“Nachrichten aus den klassischen arabischen Überlieferungen zur Geschichte des Hornes Afrika”
Hani Hayajneh
Seventh International Forum UNESCO-University and Heritage Seminar. Irbid, Yarmouk University, JORDAN.16-20 December 2002
“Preserving the Ancient Written Heritage of the Jordanian Badiya
Hani Hayajneh
31st North American Conference of Afro-Asiatic LinguisticsU.S.A. Nashville3-6 April 2003
Lexical Contributions from some Medieval Arabic Sources to the Ethio-Semitic Lexicon
Hani Hayajneh
Epigraphik und Archaeologie des antiken Südarabien:  conference on the occasion of the 70th birthday of Professor Dr. Walter W. MüllerGermany - Marburg26-29 September 2003
The word wtf in Ancient North Arabian. Philipps-Universitaet. Marburg
Hani Hayajneh
Second Yarmouk Symposium on Ancient WritingsIrbid, Yarmouk University, JORDAN.9-11 October 2003
The Verbal System in the Old South Arabian Inscriptions written on Wood
Hani Hayajneh
Linguistic Change in West Asia. A symposium organized by the Danish Institute in Damascus and the Carsten Niebuhr Institute in Copenhagen,Damascus - Syria30 October - 2 November 2003
The historical and linguistic significance of Multilingualism in Tayma' region before Islam
Hani Hayajneh
The fifth International Conference on Yemeni Civilization: San'a History and Cultural HeritageSanaa - Yemen30 August - 1st September 2004
A Juridical process in Ancient Yemen in the light of a new Hadramitic inscription
Hani Hayajneh
Research Seminar: The Old South Arabian Inscriptions in the Collections of the Semitic Museum and the Peabody Museum at Harvard University. Semitic Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.26 April 2005
The Old South Arabian Inscriptions in the Collections of the Semitic Museum and the Peabody Museum at Harvard University
Hani Hayajneh
Semitic Philology Workshop at the Department of Near Eastern Languages and CivilisationsHarvard University – Cambridge, MA, U.S.A.5 May 2005
Invited lecture: “Dialect Geography of Ancient North Arabia between the 7th century B.C. and the 4th century AD.”
Hani Hayajneh
Invited lecture at the  Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilisations / The Oriental Institute at the University of ChicagoChicago, Illinois, U.S.A.10 May 2005
Ancient North Arabian / Taymanite inscriptions mentioning Nabonidus
Hani Hayajneh
Invited lecture at the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilisations / The Oriental Institute at the University of ChicagoChicago, Illinois, U.S.A.11 May 2005
Ancient North Arabian and the question of Old Arabic.
Hani Hayajneh
Invited lecture at the Department of Middle Eastern Studies / Stockholm UniversityStockholm University, Stockholm, SWEDEN23 February 2006
Reflections on the Classification of the Ancient North Arabian epigraphical groups
Hani Hayajneh
Invited lecture at the Carsten Niebuhr Institute, The University of Copenhagen.Carsten Niebuhr Institute, The University of Copenhagen.1 March 2006
The Enigma of Old Arabic in the Ancient North Arabian Inscriptions
Hani Hayajneh
Panel discussion on “Integration of Heritage Education in the Jordanian School Curricula”.Irbid, Yarmouk University, JORDAN.23 April 2006
Integrating the Ancient Written and Oral Heritage in the School Curricula
Hani Hayajneh
Rencontres Sabéennes 10Institute of Oriental Studies.  Russian Academy of Sciences. Saint Petersburg, RUSSIA31 May - 3 June 2006
Some Epigraphical and Archaeological Considerations on Camel Burials in the Pre-Islamic Arabian realm
Hani Hayajneh
Invited lecture at the German Orient-InstituteBeirut, LEBANON18 November 2006
The concept of resurrection in the Arabic-Isalmic tradition and its origins in Pre-Islamic Arabia as seen from camel burial remains and epigraphical material.
Hani Hayajneh
Yarmouk Fourth Annual Colloquium on Epigraphy and Ancient WritingsIrbid, Yarmouk University, JORDAN.12-14 December 2006
A New Ancient South Arabian Expiatory Inscription
Hani Hayajneh
Kick-off-Meeting of the Mediterranean Network for Cataloguing and Web Fruition of Ancient Artworks and Inscription ProjectPisa, ITALY29 January - 1 February 2007
The Jordanian Epigraphical Heritage
Hani Hayajneh
The Sixth International Conference on Yemeni Civilization (Rencontres Sabéennes 11). Aden - Yemen3-7 April 2007
Preliminary investigation of two new Qatabanian inscriptions from Wadi Markha mentioning a dedication to the God BLW, and the question of the Qayl of „alzawum
Hani Hayajneh
Invited lecture at the Institutt for kulturstudier og orientalske sprak (Institute of Cultural Studies and Oriental Languages). Oslo UniversityOslo University, Oslo, NORWAY27 April 2007
The Semitic and non-Semitic Epigraphical Heritage of Ancient Jordan
Hani Hayajneh
The First Seminar for Nabataean Studies - The Nabataean Centre for Archaeological Studies. Al-Hussein Bin Talal University 19-20 August 2007Wadi Musa/Petra, JORDAN.19-12 August 2007
Ancient North Arabian – Nabataean Bilingualism in the Hisma Desert – Jordan
Hani Hayajneh
The 34th Session of the UNESCO Conference (2007) held in Paris. UNESCO - Paris26-30 October 2007
Cultural Heritage in Jordan
Hani Hayajnehmember in The Jordanian National Commission for Education, Culture and Science and represented Jordan in the UNESCO's Cultural Committee (CLT)
Projects funded by the European Commission and the “Seventh Framework Program FP7”. Higher Council of Science and Technology (HCST). Amman - Jordan8-10 January 2008
Hani HayajnehRepresenting Yarmouk University
Workshop of the Mediterranean Network for Cataloguing and Web Fruition of Ancient Artworks and Inscriptions (MENCAWAR). Yarmouk University – Irbid – JORDAN.30 March 2008
The Ancient North Arabian and Nabataean Inscriptions and the Problematic of Digital Cataloguing.
Hani Hayajneh
Workshop: World Economic Forum: Jordan Tourism Competitiveness Report Review. USAID / World Economic Forum Conference in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities of JordanAmman – JORDAN17 May 2008
Enhancing Sustainable Tourism Competitiveness by using World Heritage networkshop tools
Hani Hayajneh
Aspnet Life-link International Workshop on Cultureof Care - Water For life. Al-Hussein Bin Talal University – Petra (Wadi Mousa Campus) - College of Archaeology, Tourism and Hotel Management. JORDAN.3-6 June 2008
The Ritual Significance of Water in the Ancient Near Eastern Cultures.
Hani Hayajneh
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