In 1993 Zettler acted as Field Director. Michael D. Danti was Assistant Director and also served as surveyor/computer specialist and site supervisor. James A. Armstrong (University of Chicago) took overall charge of work on the high mound; directed work in Operation 1; and, served as pottery specialist. Peter N. Peregrine (Juniata College) was in charge of remote sensing and was assisted by Andrew J. Bell (University of Bradford, England). Steven Tinney (Babylonian Section, University of PennsylvaniaMuseum), the project's epigrapher, visited the site for two weeks. Kevin Danti (Purdue University), Erica Ehrenberg (Institute of Fine Arts, New York University), Augustine Fahey, Julia Lewandowski, James Matthieu, Amy Westerman (University of Pennsylvania) and Allen McCune (University of Chicago) were site supervisors. Julia Lewandowski also undertook flotation of soil samples, while Kevin Danti and Amy Westerman assisted Armstrong in work on the pottery. Erica Ehrenberg was field registrar. Jacqueline Shaffer (Time-Life Books) served as draftsman and photographer. Mustafa Hussein (Raqqa) was the representative of the Directorate-General of Antiquities. The University of Pennsylvania Museum's 1993 research and excavations were supported by the American Philosophical Society and the National Endowment for the Humanities (RK-20053-93).
In 1995 Zettler was Field Director, with Danti continuing as Assistant Director, surveyor/computer specialist and site supervisor. Armstrong (Semitic Museum, Harvard University) oversaw excavations in Operations 1, 12 and 20 on the main mound and served as pottery specialist. Peregrine (Lawrence University) was in charge of remote sensing and also acted as a site supervisor; Matthew Braithwaite (University of Bradford, England) assisted Peregrine and carried out the magnetic mapping. Naomi F.Miller (MASCA) joined the excavations in the field for the first time to carry out archaeobotanical studies. She also gave generously of her time as a site supervisor when need arose. Brad Bentz, William R. Fitts and Jill Weber (University of Pennsylvania), Kevin Danti, Paul Delnero and Peter Roberson (Purdue University), and 'yad Yunus (University of Damascus) were site supervisors. In addition to their roles as site supervisors, Jill Weber took charge of faunal remains; Bentz, Kevin Danti, Roberson and Yunus assisted Armstrong with pottery; and, Paul Delnero acted as field registrar. Denise Hoffman (Near Eastern Section, University of Pennsylvania Museum) served as staff artist. Nowris Mohammed (Raqqa) was the representative of the Directorate-General of Antiquities. Our 1995 excavations were supported by grants from the National Endowment of the Humanities (RK-20235-95) and the National Geographic Society (5498-95).
In 1998, Richard Zettler served as General Director, with Michael Danti as Field Director, surveyor/computer specialist and site supervisor. William Hafford (University of Pennsylvania), Augustine Fahey and Jill Weber served as site supervisors. Hafford also assisted Danti with surveying and computer work, while Weber doubled as faunal specialist. Naomi F. Miller again joined the field team as botanical specialist. Carole Linderman (University of Pennsylvania) served as draftsman and field registrar. Fayez Soueid (Damascus) represented the Directorate-General of Antiquties and Museums.
In 2000, Richard Zettler was the General Director and Michael Danti was the Field Director, surveyor and area supervisor. William Hafford was a surveyor and area supervisor along with Fuad Friegeh, James Armstrong, Elizabeth Cooper (ceramicist), Kevin Danti, Carole Linderman, Uzma Rizvi, Frank Cho and Ted Hemmaplardh (artist). Mohammad Muktash (Raqqa) represented the Directorate-General of Antiquties and Museums.
In 2001, Richard Zettler again served as General Director and Michael Danti was Field Director, surveyor and area supervisor. William Hafford was a surveyor and area supervisor, along with Ben Porter, Uzma Rizvi, Jill Weber (faunal specialist) and Andrea DiGiorgi.