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AWOL - The Ancient World Online: Open Access Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition Publications

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On 09/25/2018 01:46 PM, Charles Jones wrote:
> Open Access Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition Publications
>
>
> [First posted in AWOL 31 March 2014, updated 25 September 2018]
>
>
>  Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition Publications
>
>
> The Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/projects/oriental-institute-nubian-expedition>
>
> The Oriental Institute has had a long history of research in ancient Nubia.Oriental Institute
> Founder, James Henry Breasted traveled to southern Egypt and northern Sudan in 1905-07
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/museum/collections/pa/breasted/>, to document ancient Egyptian and
> Nubian monuments. A selection of the Breasted Expedition photographs
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oimp/oimp24.html> was exhibited in the Oriental
> Institute Museum in 2006. In addition to this early work by our founder, between 1960 and 1968
> the Oriental Institute participated in the international archaeological campaign organized by
> UNESCO <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/projects/nub/> in the areas threatened by the
> construction of the Aswan High Dam. Nine volumes
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/> of final reports have been published. The
> Robert F. Picken Family Nubia Gallery <http://oi.uchicago.edu/museum/nubia/>, which opened in
> 2006, displays some of the approximately 15,000 objects brought back to the Oriental Institute
> as a result of the work in the 1960s.
> The return of the Oriental Institute to Nubia began in 2006 with a preliminary reconnaissance
> trip to evaluate the possibility of participating in an archaeological salvage project in
> Sudan. The Merowe Dam Project <http://www.merowedam.gov.sd/> at the 4th Cataract of the Nile,
> upon its completion in 2008, flooded an area of approximately 100 miles in the Nile Valley.
> Between January and March 2007, the Oriental Institute joined international teams in the 4th
> Cataract region in archaeological investigation of the area, an area that had, prior to the
> salvage project, received virtually no attention.
>
> Oriental Institute excavations in the 4th Cataract were supported by the Packard Humanities
> Institute and National Geographic.
>
>
> The Nubia Salvage Project <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/projects/nubia-salvage-project>
>
>
> * INTRODUCTION <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/projects/nub/#Introduction>
> * 1987 Exhibition Brochure - NUBIA "Its glory and its people"
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/museum/special/nubia/>
> * 1992 Exhibition Brochure - VANISHED KINGDOMS OF THE NILE: The Rediscovery of Ancient Nubia
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/gallery/nubia_1992/>
>
>
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> <https://www.blogger.com/null>INTRODUCTION
>
> The Oriental Institute participated in the UNESCO international salvage excavation project in
> the reservoir area of the Aswan High Dam in Upper Egypt in 1960-64. The project was directed
> by Keith Seele, Professor of Egyptology at the Institute. The expedition was based on the
> former Cook tourist boat "Fostat", accompanied by another houseboat, the "Barbara", a tug
> boat, and a motor launch, all purchased and modified to provide mobile housing, laboratories
> and storage space. In the first season the project produced an epigraphic record of the Beit
> El-Wali Temple, near the High Dam. In subsequent seasons the expedition moved its little fleet
> up the Nile to a new concession between the temples at Abu Simbel and the border of the
> Sudanese Republic. Excavations were conducted in a monastery, at habitation sites, and in a
> number of cemeteries extending for miles along both banks of the Nile. These excavations
> contributed information on every period of Egyptian Nubia from the Old Kingdom through Coptic
> times.
>
> After the death of Professor Seele in 1971, the Institute initiated a project to complete the
> publication of the results of the Egyptian Nubia excavations. The publication project was
> entrusted to Bruce Williams, Ph.D., a graduate of the University of Chicago in Egyptology. The
> first two volumes were published before Williams was assigned to the project. Since then
> Williams has completed eight monumental monographs (1986-93) that will stand as the
> fundamental sources for the archaeology and history of Egyptian Nubia. Williams is currently
> working on two additional volumes. Another two volumes are also in preparation by
> collaborators, including one Ph.D. dissertation. Williams has devoted his entire academic
> career to the Nubia publications. His dedication is admirable and the Institute takes pride in
> the fact that the Nubia publication project is near completion.
>
> Because the Nubian expedition was a part of the UNESCO salvage project, the Egyptian
> Government granted export license for a large collection of objects recovered by the
> expedition. These artifacts are now a part of the perminent collection of the Institute and
> will serve as a valuable resource for generations of scholars as new questions are raised and
> new techniques of analysis are introduced. Two museum exhibitions of Nubian materials from the
> collection have been mounted; one of magnificent textiles at the Art Institute, and a fine
> educational exhibition in the Oriental Institute Museum. The exhibit in our museum, Vanished
> Kingdoms of the Nile: The Recovery of Ancient Nubia, attracted many enthuiastic new visitors
> to the museum and received a "Superior Achievement" award from the Congress of Illinois
> Historical Societies and Museums in 1992, as well as considerable press coverage, including a
> favorable review in the New York Times.
>
> The Oriental Institute has had a long history of research in ancient Nubia.Oriental Institute
> Founder, James Henry Breasted traveled to southern Egypt and northern Sudan in 1905-07
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/museum/collections/pa/breasted/>, to document ancient Egyptian and
> Nubian monuments. A selection of the Breasted Expedition photographs
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oimp/oimp24.html> was exhibited in the Oriental
> Institute Museum in 2006. In addition to this early work by our founder, between 1960 and 1968
> the Oriental Institute participated in the international archaeological campaign organized by
> UNESCO <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/projects/nub/> in the areas threatened by the
> construction of the Aswan High Dam. Nine volumes
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/> of final reports have been published. The
> Robert F. Picken Family Nubia Gallery <http://oi.uchicago.edu/museum/nubia/>, which opened in
> 2006, displays some of the approximately 15,000 objects brought back to the Oriental Institute
> as a result of the work in the 1960s.
>
> The return of the Oriental Institute to Nubia began in 2006 with a preliminary reconnaissance
> trip to evaluate the possibility of participating in an archaeological salvage project in
> Sudan. The Merowe Dam Project <http://www.merowedam.gov.sd/> at the 4th Cataract of the Nile,
> upon its completion in 2008, flooded an area of approximately 100 miles in the Nile Valley.
> Between January and March 2007, the Oriental Institute joined international teams in the 4th
> Cataract region in archaeological investigation of the area, an area that had, prior to the
> salvage project, received virtually no attention.
>
> Oriental Institute excavations in the 4th Cataract were supported by the Packard Humanities
> Institute and National Geographic.
>
>
> 2007 Excavations <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/projects/oine/oine2007.html>
>
>
> 2008 Excavations <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/projects/oine/oine2008.html>
>
> Reports in the Oriental Institute Annual Report
>
> 2016-2017
>
> Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition (OINE). Lisa Heidorn, Bruce B. Williams and Artur Obłuski
> <https://oi.uchicago.edu/sites/oi.uchicago.edu/files/uploads/shared/docs/Publications/Annual-Reports/2016-2017/AR-2016-2017-OINE.pdf>
>
> 2015-2016
>
> Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition (OINE). Lisa Heidorn, Artur Obłuski, Alexandros Tsakos,
> Dobrochna Zielińska, Grażyna Zofia Żukowska, Barbara Wagner, Olga Syta, Bruce Williams, Donald
> Whitcomb, Tasha Vorderstrasse, and Carol Meyer
> <https://oi.uchicago.edu/sites/oi.uchicago.edu/files/uploads/shared/docs/ar/11-20/15-16/ar2016_OINE.pdf>
>
> 2014-2015
>
> Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition (OINE). /Bruce B. Williams, Lisa Heidorn, Alexander
> Tsakos, and Joanna Then-Obłuska/
> <https://oi.uchicago.edu/sites/oi.uchicago.edu/files/uploads/shared/docs/ar/11-20/14-15/ar2015-OINE.pdf>
>
> 2013-2014
>
> Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition (OINE). /Bruce B. Williams and Lisa Heidorn/
> <https://oi.uchicago.edu/sites/oi.uchicago.edu/files/uploads/shared/docs/ar/11-20/13-14/ar2013-14_OINE.pdf>
>
> 2012-2013
>
> Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition (OINE). /Bruce B. Williams/
> <https://oi.uchicago.edu/sites/oi.uchicago.edu/files/uploads/shared/docs/ar/11-20/12-13/12-13_OINE.pdf>
>
> 2011-2012
>
> Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition (OINE). Bruce Williams
> <https://oi.uchicago.edu/sites/oi.uchicago.edu/files/uploads/shared/docs/ar/11-20/11-12/11_12_Nubian.pdf>
>
> *Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition (OINE)* [All available for open access
> download]<http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/>
>
> * OINE 10. Excavations at Serra East, Parts 1-5: A-Group, C-Group, Pan Grave, New Kingdom,
> and X-Group Remains from Cemeteries A-G and Rock Shelters.
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/oine10.html> By B. B. Williams.
> Originally published in 1993.
> * OINE 9. Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Part 9: Noubadian X-Group
> Remains from Royal Complexes in Cemeteries Q and 219 and Private Cemeteries Q, R, V, W, B,
> J, and M at Qustul and Ballana.
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/oine9.html> By B. B. Williams.
> Originally published in 1991.
> * OINE 8. Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Part 8: Meroitic Remains
> from Qustul Cemetery Q, Ballana Cemetery B, and a Ballana Settlement.
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/oine8.html> By B. B. Williams, et. al.
> Originally published in 1991.
> * OINE 7. Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Part 7: Twenty-Fifth
> Dynasty and Napatan Remains at Qustul Cemeteries W and V.
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/oine7.html> By B. B. Williams.
> Originally published in 1990.
> * OINE 6. Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Part 6: New Kingdom Remains
> from Cemeteries R, V, S, and W at Qustul and Cemetery K at Adindan.
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/oine6.html> Bruce B. Williams. 1992.
> * OINE 5. Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Part 5: C-Group, Pan Grave,
> and Kerma Remains at Adindan Cemeteries T, K, U, and J.
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/oine5.html> By B. B. Williams.
> Originally published in 1983.
> * OINE 4. Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Parts 2, 3, and 4:
> Neolithic, A-Group, and Post A-Group Remains from Cemeteries W, V, S, Q, T, and a Cave
> East of Cemetery K. <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/oine4.html> By B.
> B. Williams. Originally published in 1989.
> * OINE 3. Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Part 1: The A-Group Royal
> Cemetery at Qustul, Cemetery L.
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/oine3.html> By B. B. Williams.
> Originally published in 1986.
> * OINE 2. Ausgrabungen von Khor-Dehmit bis Bet El-Wali.
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/oine2.html> H. Ricke. Originally
> published in 1967.
> * OINE 1. The Beit el-Wali Temple of Ramesses II.
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oine/oine1.html> By Herbert Ricke, George R.
> Hughes, and Edward F. Wente. Originally published in 1967.
>
> * OIMP 24. Lost Nubia: A Centennial Exhibit of Photographs from the 1905-1907 Egyptian
> Expedition of the University of Chicago.
> <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oimp/oimp24.html> John A. Larson. 2006.
> * Ancient Nubia. Oriental Institute Museum. Originally published in 2006."
> <https://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oimp/ancient_nubia.html>
>
> * Ancient Textiles from Nubia: Meroitic, X-Group, and Christian Fabrics from Ballana and
> Qustul. <http://oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/misc/textiles.html>
>
> Christa C. Mayer Thurman and Bruce Williams. Originally published in 1979.
>
>
> And for an up to date list of all Oriental Institute publications available online see
> The Oriental Institute Open Access Publications
> <http://ancientworldonline.blogspot.com/2010/10/oriental-institute-open-access.html>


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