Conferences and seminars

British Museum, London

12th International Conference for Nubian Studies

The 12th International Conference for Nubian Studies will be held from August 1st to 6th 2010 at the British Museum in London. This quadrennial conference gathers archaeologists, historians, anthropologists and academics from all over the world specialized in studying the very rich heritage of ancient Nubia and Sudan.

As in the previous meetings, plenary sessions will be held in the morning and three parallel sessions focused on recent research, art and architecture, language, archaeology, etc. will take place in the afternoon.
In light of the results of the archaeological rescue campaign of Merowe Dam, the morning plenary sessions will be devoted to reviewing the conclusions and the new opportunities created by the numerous discoveries made during these rescue operations.
Program

article published on 10 February 2019

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