Archäologie im Sudan, vol. 1: Naga – Skulptur

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

The following publication may be of interest to you. Please see the attachment for further details and ordering information.

The first volume in a new series ArS – Archäologie im Sudan“ – „Archéologie au Soudan“ – „Archaeology in the Sudan“ is now available.  It is entitled Naga – Skulptur, by Dietrich Wildung. The series editor is Sylvia Schoske.

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Cahiers de l’École du Louvre Numéro 9: Naga

Dear Colleagues,
The following publication concerning Naga, may be of interest to you.

Nous avons le plaisir de vous annoncer la mise en ligne du dernier numéro des Cahiers de l’École du Louvre, dans lequel vous pourrez retrouver l’article « Naga, ville royale ».

Il est disponible à cette adresse : http://cel.revues.org/.

Judith et Françoise

Judith Bargues
École du Louvre
Service des Éditions et colloques

Arabic guide to Naga

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

The guide to the archaeological site of Naga is now  available in Arabic and can be downloaded as a free PDF on the Naga-website: www.naga-project.com or directly from: http://naga-project.com/wp-content/uploads/Naga-Guide-arab.pdf

A short guide to the ancient site of Naga (Sudan)

Dear Colleagues,

The archaeological mission to Naga is please to announce that the new guide to Naga is now available online and can be downloaded as a free PDF here: http://naga-project.com/de/2016/01/.

Dr. Julie Anderson
Honorary Secretary ISNS

 

 

 

The Naga Project

The Naga Project has a new web site, which is today’s featured link. The site is available in German as well as English.

An excerpt from the website:
As a secondary royal residence for the kings and queens of Meroe, Naga was a city of splendour. Three of its temples have survived intact through the millennia, ten further temples and palaces, concealed under huge mounds of rubble, await excavation along with the vast necropolis with its hundreds of graves.