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1- Greek and Latin Inscriptions for Semitists
2- A Selection of Greek and Latin Inscriptions  from Jordan and Syria
Epig 652 Greek and Latin inscriptions from Jordan and Syria
The Greek and Latin inscriptions from the Levant are discussed as a segment of the wider corpus. Emphasis is laid on the dedicatory inscriptions, gravestones milestones and military inscriptions.
3-Greek for Epigraphers
Epig 405A   Greek for epigrapher
The course presents the main elements of ancient Greek grammar that are essential for the understanding ancient Greek inscriptions.

4. Latin for Epigraphers
Epig 654   Latin for Epigraphers
 Covers those aspects of Latin grammar that are necessary for the understanding of Latin inscriptions.
5. History of Semitic Languages
6. Semitic Names in Greek and Latin Inscriptions
Epig 653   Semitic personal names in the Greek and Latin inscriptions 
This course studies prospography as a central theme in epigraphy; and tackles the problem of translations and transformations of Semitic names in the Greek and Latin inscriptions.
7. History of Semitic Scripts
8. Greek and Latin Inscriptions (Graduate)
Epig 650 Greek and Latin inscriptions
The course deals with selected inscriptions from both-groups of inscriptions. It will call attention to the linguistic aspects in theses inscriptions and to the types of scripts occurring in the inscriptions of Bilad al-Sham in the Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine periods.
9. Fieldwork in epigraphy (Graduate).
Epig 690 Fieldwork in Epigraphy
This course provides the students with practical experience in surveying, documentation and studying the inscriptions of Jordan, especially the North Arabic inscriptions found in the Jordanian Badiya.
1- Classical Archaeology(underGraduate).
Arch 120 Introduction to Classical Archaeology
This course studies the culture of the classical Periods from the Greek to the end of the Byzantine period, emphasis on the main development in the city plans, Architecture and minor Arts.
3- Old writings (underGraduate).
Arch 105 Ancient Writings
The course aims at giving a general idea about the invention of writing in the Ancient Near East and its development. This includes the pictographic, syllabic and alphabetic writing systems (Sumerian, Akkadian, Egyptian, Canaanite, Aramaic, Ancient South and North Arabic along with the related dialects). The development of writing will be illustrated through examples of inscriptions presented in chronological order. The course discusses also the contents of the inscriptions giving examples of inscriptions with religious, historical and votive contents.

2- History of Jerusalem(underGraduate).
4- History of Writings (underGraduate).
Arch 105 Ancient Writings
The course aims at giving a general idea about the invention of writing in the Ancient Near East and its development. This includes the pictographic, syllabic and alphabetic writing systems (Sumerian, Akkadian, Egyptian, Canaanite, Aramaic, Ancient South and North Arabic along with the related dialects). The development of writing will be illustrated through examples of inscriptions presented in chronological order. The course discusses also the contents of the inscriptions giving examples of inscriptions with religious, historical and votive conten
5- Introduction to Greek language (underGraduate).
Arch 350 Old Greek
This course aims at giving a historical outline of Greek language. It aims also at teaching the basics of the Greek grammar, the origin of Greek script and at training the students in the translation of Greek texts into Arabic and vice versa using books of grammar and dictionaries.
6-Introduction to Latin (underGraduate).
Arch 351 Latin Language and Writings
This course aims at giving a historical outline of Latin. It aims also at studying the essentials of the Latin grammar, the origin of the script and at training the students in translation of Latin texts into Arabic and vice versa, using the basic grammars and dictionaries.
7. Byzantine history (underGraduate).
8 - Roman history (undergraduate)
9- Hellenestic History in Jordan (underGraduate).
10- Byzantine Archaeological Remains in Jordan (Undergradute)
11 - Roman Archaeological Remains in Jordan (underGraduate).
12. Hellenistic Archaeological Remains in Jordan (Undergraduate)
13. Field Training of Tour Guides in Jerash, and other sites in North -West Jordan, 1996-1998  and 2000.  Ammoun College, Amman Jordan