Tag Archives: Sudan & Nubia

Sudan & Nubia 21

After a year of absence, it is time to return to the presentation of one of the most awaited venues for Sudan archaeology and Nubian studies: the annual volume of Sudan & Nubia. This year’s cover photo shows the fort … 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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Sudan & Nubia volume 18

WordPress reminded us on Saturday that it was the fourth birthday of Medieval Sai Project @ wordpress platform! One element that has characterized all these four years is the presentation of the new volumes of the peer-review journal of The … Continue reading

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Sudan & Nubia 17

This is the fourth time that we are presenting in this blog the new volume of the peer-review journal Sudan & Nubia, which has already reached the 17th number of the series. The cover already is of significance to us, … Continue reading

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Sudan & Nubia, volume 16

In the past, we have had in a couple of occasions the sad duty of reporting the death of an eminent member of the disciplines we are following through our Internet space, and we have always found it very difficult … Continue reading

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Sudan & Nubia

It is always a great pleasure receiving a new publication about Nubia and Sudan. The homonymous peer-review journal Sudan & Nubia is by definition a pleasant surprise when it arrives in our mailbox once a year. In fact, this year … Continue reading

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