Category Archives: Norway

Old Nubian in Bergen – part II (2017 sequel)

When we were preparing for the Attiri Collaborative two years ago, I had the chance to present some discoveries related to things from Old Nubia in Bergen (see HERE and HERE). It would have been a pity not to have … Continue reading

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Old Nubian in Bergen – part I (2017 sequel)

It’s been two years since the previous sequel of posts on Old Nubian in advance of a seminar in Bergen, which back in June 2015 brought together the Attiri Collaborative. Since then, the publication of The Old Nubian Texts from … Continue reading

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Darfur

I felt I had to return once more to the blog before 2016 is out. The reason lies with two publications that I recently found out about and which are worth a special mention: The first is the latest issue … Continue reading

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Last day at work…

…at least at the university – the next step in my professional activities is the IMC 2016 at Leeds. I had a very nice morning with Rune, smoothly putting at their new place all the archivalia of #språksamlingane that came from … Continue reading

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Discoveries about Old Nubian in Bergen

I am now back in Bergen and active on two fronts at my university base: I am examining the students of the introductory course on ancient religions, and I am pursuing my duties as the coordinator of the moving of … Continue reading

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epiPHANES

I was hesitating to write an entry about my trip to Italy last week. The purpose of this trip was twofold: on the one hand, the inspection of the papyrus codex with the Coptic Vita of Saint Epiphanius of Salamis … Continue reading

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A possible addition to the Fontes Historiae Nubiorum

Today a very interesting seminar took place at the University of Bergen. The speaker was professor of Greek Pär Sandin from the Institute of Linguistic, Literary and Esthetic Studies. He invited the group of Bergen-based researchers of the Classic past … Continue reading

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