In 1961, archaeologists in southern Israel discovered a mysterious set of documents. They provide clues into the elevated status of Nabataean women
A massive monument has been discovered buried under sands at the Petra World Heritage site in southern Jordan.
On a cliff high above the Dead Sea, archaeologists have uncovered more artifacts that may hold clues to a cave that has yielded the Dead Sea Scrolls. According to Popular Archaelogy: Led by Dr. Haim Cohen of Israel's Haifa Universit...
Extensive article from Der Spiegel (in English) as Petra’s heritage status is apparently in jeopardy: Unlocking the Mysteries of Petra
Petra: The red rose city of the Nabataeans via Smarthistory.