Matthew is a graduate student who has been working in Jordan since 2004. He has worked at sites such as Tall al-'Umayri, Tall Jalul, Khirbat al-Balu'a and more recently Khirbat Faynan. With experience in several of the primary ancient Transjordan Kingdoms, Ammon, Moab, and Edom, he is interested in the relationships of these various kingdoms with each other. Matthew has been the GIS and database specialist at 'Umayri since 2008, and recently assumed the role of assistant director at Khirbat al-Balu'a. His future research will focus on the application of database technologies for archaeological research and cultural heritage conservation. One application of this research will be directed toward ceramics and using databases and technology to understand broader social questions relating to these three Transjordanian polities.
mlvincent [at] ucsd.edu
Mar 1, 2013 - "The 2012 Petra Cyber-Archaeology Cultural Conservation Expedition: Temple of the Winged Lions and environs, Jordan," T. Levy, C. Tuttle, M. Vincent, M. Howland, A. Richter, V. Petrovic, D. Vanoni, Antiquity
Feb 12, 2013 - "The 2012 Petra Cyber-Archaeology Cultural Conservation Expedition: Temple of the Winged Lions and Environs, Jordan,"Thomas E. Levy, Christopher A. Tuttle, Matthew L. Vincent, Matthew Howland, Ashley M. Richter, Vid Petrovic and David Vanoni, Antiquity, Volume 087, Issue 335
Aug 1, 2012 - "Geophysical Surveys at Khirbat Faynan, an Ancient Mound Site in Southern Jordan,"A. Novo, M.L. Vincent, and T.E. Levy , International Journal of Geophysics 2012:8