Supplying the Roman Legion at Aila. Tiffany Key North Carolina State University. Geographical comparison of the Limes Arabicus Project and the Roman Aqaba Project. Limes Arabicus Project study area. Rainfall map of the Kerak plateau. Site plan and aerial view of el- Lejjun.
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Supplying the Roman Legion at Aila
North Carolina State University
Geographical comparison of the Limes ArabicusProject and the Roman Aqaba Project
Limes ArabicusProject study area
Rainfall map of the Kerak plateau
Site plan and aerial view of el-Lejjun
Steps involved in of Crop Processing
Olive groves as seen from Ajloun
Products of olive cultivation
Aila Site plan
Rainfall map of Aila Region
Percentage of cereal and weed remains in the Late Roman and Early Byzantine periods at Aila
Egyptian and Gaza amphorae resembling those common at Aila in the fourth and fifth centuries
Geographical study area of the Roman Aqaba Project Survey
Aila Faunal species
Shellfish remains found during excavations
Jar with Garum (fish sauce remains) dating to the late 1st century A.D.
Ovis/Caprine Carcass Part Distribution
Comparative Carcass Part Distributions across Late Roman and Early Byzantine Contexts
BosCarcass Part Distribution