Author Archives: ergamenis

Travelling with Henriette in Western Norway

The title of the present entry is inspired by the Greek TV travel series “Travelling with Magia Tsokli”, which toured all sorts of destinations around the world, where the crew of two, Magia Tsokli and Ηronis Pehlivanidis, were guided by a … Continue reading

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Czechs in the Middle Nile

A couple of days ago we received an email announcing the prolongation of the deadline for the submission of abstracts of papers for the 12th Meroitic Conference in Prague in September. There is now time until the 20th of January … Continue reading

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A couple of Nubiological goals for 2016

It is always a strange feeling writing the first words of something, be that a book, an article, the first blog entry of a new year. Obviously, the last category is the object here, and since a blog entry is not … Continue reading

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Sudan & Nubia volume 19

A good friend of ours and dedicated reader of our blog said a couple of weeks ago that he is expecting the annual presentation of the Sudan & Nubia volume, because this is one of the markers in his calendar that … Continue reading

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An event in Khartoum and an event in Athens

This was our second morning at our home in Attica, Greece, where we came in advance of our Christmas holidays, due to the invitation by the Hellenic Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt for a presentation tomorrow in the frame of … Continue reading

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Le parisien du decembre

Travelling to Paris this December was a very loaded experience. The town is still under the state of emergency caused by the attacks of the 13th of November. The conditions were extra-tense due to World Climate Summit. Although living downtown, … Continue reading

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Legal texts and legal practices in Christian Nubia – a particular religious ritual?

In the frame of my post-doctoral project, I am studying the material that has been found at several sites of Christian Nubia, namely Sur Island, Attiri Island, Serra East and Qasr el Wizz. Although the vast majority are religious texts, there … Continue reading

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