Warwick Ball

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Warwick Ball is an Australian-born[1] near-eastern archeologist.

In the past 30 years, Ball has mainly excavated in Jordan, Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan.

Ball was formerly director of excavations at The British School of Archaeology in Iraq[2]. He is the editor of the scholarly journal Afghanistan[3]. His publications include the volume The Monuments of Afghanistan, History, Archaeology and Architecture, I.B. Tauris, London 2008. The book consists of exceptional photography of numerous rare archaeological sites no longer well accessible today for reasons of security.

He currently resides in Scotland.

External links

  • A Review of his works


  1. ^ http://www.interlinkbooks.com/06fall/syria_2nd_ed_text.html
  2. ^ http://www.specialtours.co.uk/lecturers-warwick-ball.shtm
  3. ^ "Afghanistan: Editors and Editorial Board". Edinburgh University Press. Edinburgh University Press. Retrieved 27 June 2017.
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