Tag Archives: Karel Innemée

Neuchâtel – day 3

As it has become traditional, in the second day of the International Conference for Nubian Studies – this year held at Neuchâtel, Switzerland, the academic base of Matthieu Honegger, the new director of the Swiss Archaeological Mission to the Sudan – the … Continue reading

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Nubian Letters 22

Today our itinerary through the 22 volumes of the journal Nubian Letters is coming to an end. We wish to conclude by thanking once again Karel Innemée, one of the two editors of the journal, who gave us the permission … Continue reading

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Nubian Letters

The previous entry concluded with a last call for supporting the Deir al-Surian conservation project. Since yesterday, the project achieved its goal and the first 20,000 $ have been assembled, now it is time to get ready to face the … Continue reading

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Paraleipomena from Warsaw – with the eyes turned to Egypt…

This is the second entry that is inspired from things relating to the 27th Congress of papyrology held at the University of Warsaw between the 29th of July and the 2nd of August. As the title says, today I will complete … Continue reading

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