Since 1994, I have been working on maps and plans for a variety of archaeological projects. The majority of work was done in Macromedia FreeHand, Adobe Illustrator and AutoCAD were used to a lesser extent.

The list of my current and former employers include the University of Tübingen (Germany), Princeton University and the American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), as well as private scholars.

A detailed view of the maps and plans shown here is available in JPG or PDF format. While the JPG gives an overview and explanation, the PDF will render more detail and can be zoomed in, but might also be bigger in file size.

Samples of maps and plans:

Princeton University archaeological project at the Early Islamic site of Balis (Syria). Plans and sections of both the city and the Qasr.
Various plans and geographical maps, that have been published in a range of archaeological books and journals.
Excavations of Tübingen University at the Early Bronze Age town of Hirbet ez-Zeraqon (Jordan). Preparation of plans and sections for final publication.
Tübingen University excavations at the Bronze Age City of Emar (Syria). Plans of the Early Bronze Age occupation levels on top of the mound.