Database of Medieval Nubian Texts

Colleagues,
The following announcement may be of interest to you:

Dear friends and colleagues in Nubiology,

I have a great pleasure to announce to you the launching of an updated version of the Database of Medieval Nubian Texts, which now includes as many as 2942 records and thus covers the lion’s share of Christian Nubian epigraphic and papyrological material published to date.
For more details, please visit www.dbmnt.uw.edu.pl.
Should you have any enquiries, remarks, or propositions, do not hesitate to contact me at g.ochala@uw.edu.pl.

Wishing you great fun while discovering the resources of the DBMNT, I remain

Yours faithfully,
Grzegorz Ochała

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The Mahas Survey Project

The Society will feature web links to archaeological projects at various sites in Sudan as entries on its blog.  These links will also be added to the new Links page (available from the menu).  Links to relevant scholarly journals and associations will also be featured.
Dig directors are encouraged to submit their websites and blogs for consideration. Please contact the ISNS Honorary Secretary or the ISNS webmaster by e-mail.

Today’s featured archaeological project: The Mahas Survey Project