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Tuesday, April 12, 2016

The Sudan Archaeological Research Society | Bulletin : Sudan & Nubia
Charles Jones wrote:
Open Access Journal: Sudan & Nubia: The Sudan Archaeological Research Society Bulletin [First posted in AWOL 9 November 2012, updated 12 April 2016]

Sudan & Nubia: The Sudan Archaeological Research Society Bulletin
ISSN: 1369-5770
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. 17
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London, 2013
160 pagesREAD ARTICLES >

Abdelrahaman Ibrahim Saeed Ali. The Archaeology of the Medieval and Post-Medieval Fortress at Tinare in the Northern El-Mahasread now >
Adams, W.Y. From Nubia to Arizona — and Back; or, Reisner Comes Homeread now >
Ahmed Hussein Abdel Rahman Adam. Archaeological Survey of Aba Island: Preliminary Reportread now >
Anderson, J. and Salah Mohamed Ahmed. Dangeil 2012: Sacred Ram — Avatar of the God Amunread now >
Azhari Mustafa Sadig. Lithic Material from the Late Neolithic Site of es-Sour, Central Sudanread now >
Bárta, M., Suková, L. and Brôna, V. The Latest Explorations at Usli, Northern Provinceread now >
Brand, M. Dangeil, A Preliminary Report on the Petrographyread now >
Drzewiecki, M. and Maliński, P. Jawgul — A Village Between Towersread now >
Edwards, D.N. and Mills, A.J. ‘Pharaonic’ Sites in the Batn el-Hajar — the ‘Archaeological Survey of Sudanese Nubia’ Revisitedread now >
Green, S. Creating a Virtual Reconstruction of the Seti I Inscriptions at Jebel Dosharead now >
Jesse, F. et al. Archaeobotanical Investigations at the Gala Abu Ahmed Fortress in Lower Wadi Howar, Northern Sudanread now >
Emberling, G. and Dann, R.J. et al. New Excavation at El-Kurru: Beyond the Napatan Royal Cemeteryread now >
Nada Babiker Mohammed Ibrahim. Archaeological Survey in El-Metemma Arearead now >
Mahmoud Suliman Bashir. A Third Season of Rescue Excavations in the Meroitic Cemetery at Berber, October 2012: Preliminary Reportread now >
Murtada Bushara Mohamed, Mohammed Saad Abdalah, Sami Elamien Mohammed and Zaki aldien Mahmoud. Upper Atbara Setiet Dam Archaeoloigal Salvage Project (ASDASP), the Rescue Excavation Results on the Western Bank of the Atbara: Preliminary Reportread now >
Rilly, C. and Francigny, V. Sedeinga 2012: A Season of Unexpected Discoveriesread now >
Welsby, D.A. Surveys at the Fifth Cataract and on the Sudan Military Railway and excavations at Kawa, 2012-13read now >
Yahia Fadl Tahir. Archaeological, Ethnographical and Ecological Project of El-Ga’ab Basin in Western Dongola: A Report of the Second Season 2010read now >

For all editions …
Sudan & Nubia : Nos. 1-16 : tables of contents
Bulletin of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, London


And see also AWOL's roundup: Open Access Ancient Nubia and Sudan

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