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Current Research in Nubian Archaeology. Oxford Edition

Oxford Edition


Sudan, now split into the Republic of Sudan and the Republic of South Sudan, boasts a rich cultural heritage that has in recent years become the increasing focus of an international community of archaeologists, anthropologists and historians. This volume brings together papers presented at the Third Sudan Studies Annual Conference, a unique forum for interdisciplinary work.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-4632-4393-7
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Aug 23,2022
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 141
Languages: English
ISBN: 978-1-4632-4393-7
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Current research in Nubian Archaeology: Oxford Edition provides a compilation of papers detailing scientific and archaeological research on various aspects of life in ancient Nubia. This volume resulted from the 3rd Sudan Studies Research Conference, hosted at the at the Ioannou Centre for Byzantine and Classical Studies, University of Oxford in May 2019. The conference provided an opportunity for scholars from various institutions across the world to come together for networking and to discuss their research. The papers in this volume focus on recent fieldwork in Sudan, mortuary practices, pottery decoration, architecture as well as archival material.

Current research in Nubian Archaeology: Oxford Edition provides a compilation of papers detailing scientific and archaeological research on various aspects of life in ancient Nubia. This volume resulted from the 3rd Sudan Studies Research Conference, hosted at the at the Ioannou Centre for Byzantine and Classical Studies, University of Oxford in May 2019. The conference provided an opportunity for scholars from various institutions across the world to come together for networking and to discuss their research. The papers in this volume focus on recent fieldwork in Sudan, mortuary practices, pottery decoration, architecture as well as archival material.

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ContributorBiography

SamanthaTipper

Samantha Tipper holds a PhD in Archaeology from the University of Durham. Currently, she is a lecturer and deputy program lead in the School of Life Science at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. Samantha is a bioarchaeologist and paleopathologist with experience in both academic and commercial sectors. Her research focuses on the health and daily life in past populations, in particular looking at spinal pathology in ancient Nubia. Samantha founded the annual Sudan Studies Research Conference in 2017.

SiobhanShinn

Siobhan Shinn is a PhD student at Oxford University. Her research focuses on the application of communities of practice theory to ancient Egyptian data. She currently works as the ceramicist for the Sanam Temple Project and digitises material for serval archaeological excavations.

LorettaKilroe

Loretta Kilroe completed her PhD at Oxford University in 2019. She has worked as a ceramicist on several British Museum and Sudan Archaeological Research Society excavations, including at Amara West, H25 and Kurgus. She is currently the Project Curator for Sudan and Nubia at the British Museum and Honorary Secretary for the Sudan Archaeological Research Society.

Introduction (1)
The decorative program of the palace of Amanishakhete at Wad Ben Naga (5) - VLASTIMIL VRTAL
The amulets of the Kerma culture in the national museum of Sudan: From the database to linked open data (37) - ELENA D’ITRIA & GILDA FERRANDINO
The contribution of bioanthropology in understanding the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Eastern Sudan (59) - GIUSY CAPASSO
Digging a royal city. Eight years of Ca' Foscari University of Venice research at Jebel Barkal (77) - FRANCESCA IANNARILLI & FEDERICA PANCIN
Sieving for archaeology. The Sudan Archive’s Governor-General reports (89) - CHLOË WARD
Shokan: Revival of a forgotten village (117) - LILIANE MANN & BEN VAN DEN BERCKEN

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