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AWOL - The Ancient World Online: Open Access Journal: Sudan & Nubia: The Sudan Archaeological Research Society Bulletin


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On 05/05/2018 03:35 PM, Charles Jones wrote:
Open Access Journal: Sudan & Nubia: The Sudan Archaeological Research Society Bulletin [First posted in AWOL 9 November 2012, updated 5 May 2018]

Sudan & Nubia: The Sudan Archaeological Research Society Bulletin
ISSN: 1369-5770
Sudan \& Nubia No.17
Sudan & Nubia is published each autumn. It contains much of interest on recent archaeological fieldwork in Sudan, including many articles on surveys and excavations only undertaken during the previous winter.
The bulletin is an ideal way to keep abreast of current British activities in Sudan, and also contains contributions by eminent foreign scholars. It is profusely illustrated with line drawings and monochrome and colour photographs.
Sudan & Nubia is free of charge to Society members, who receive it a year in advance of online release … JOIN THE SOCIETY >
Individual articles can be read (free) through the online reading service ISSUU by following the links below. If a download is preferred, sign up to ISSUU, which will then provide download links (free).
Most recent available issue online:
Sudan & Nubia : No. 19
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2015

188 pages
READ ARTICLES ONLINEissuu.com >
ARTICLES
Anderson, J.R., Mahmoud Suliman Bashir, Rihab Khidir elRasheed and Maillot, S. The Qatar-Sudan Archaeological Project at Dangeilread now >
Brass, M. Results from the re-investigation of Henry Wellcome's 1911-14 excavations at Jebel Moyaread now >
Budka, J. The Pharaonic town on Sai Island and its role in the urban landscape of New Kingdom Kushread now >
Emberling, G., Dann, R.J., Abbas Sidahmed Mohamed-Ali et al. In a Royal Cemetery of Kush: Archaeological Investigations at El-Kurru, Northern Sudan, 2014-15read now >
Fawzi Hassan Bakhiet. QSAP Dam-Debba Archaeological Survey Project (DDASP). Preliminary Results of the second seasonread now >
Ginns, A. The 2015 Season of Excavation at Kurgusread now >
Harrell, J.A., and Mittelstaedt, R.E. Newly Discovered Middle Kingdom Forts in Lower Nubiaread now >
Hosfield, R., White, K. and Drake, N. Middle Stone Age and Early Holocene Archaeology in Central Sudan: The Wadi Muqadam Geoarchaeological Surveyread now >
Ikram Madani, Yahia F. Tahir and Hamad M. Hamdeen. Plant Macro-remains Recovered from El-Hamra Christian Complex Excavation in El-Ga'ab Depression, Sudan
read now >
Jesse, F., Gradel, C. and Derrien, F. Archaeology at Selima Oasis, Northern Sudan-recent researchread now >
Kleinitz, C., Till, R. and Baker, B.J. The Qatar-Sudan Archaeological Project – Archaeology and acoustics of rock gongs in the ASU BONE concession above the Fourth Nile Cataract, Sudan: a preliminary reportread now >
Mahmoud Suliman Bashir and David, R. The Meroitic Cemetery at Berber. Recent Fieldwork and Discussion on Internal Chronologyread now >
Maillot, M. The Meroitic Palace and Royal City
read now >
Welsby, D.A. The Qatar-Sudan Archaeological Project-Excavations and other activities at Kawa in the 2014-15 seasonread now >
Wolf, P. Palaeo-Environment of the Meroe Region
read now >
Yellin, J.W. Meroitic royal chronology: the conflict with Rome and its aftermathread now >

See issues 1-18 (full text) and 19-20 (TOC only)

And see also:


Newsletters 1991-1996 


Between 1991 and 1996, the Society published eleven issues of a biannual newsletter, reporting on surveys and excavations, plus general information on Society activities. The newsletter has been replaced by the Society's annual bulletin, Sudan & Nubia … see Bulletin: Sudan & Nubia


Each newsletter can be read (free) through the online reading service ISSUU by following the links below. If a download is preferred, sign up to ISSUU, which will then provide download links (free).


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