The investigation of the material, cultural and social foundations of past societies (both with and without a written culture) in Egypt and Sudan form the focus of the research group ›Archaeology in Egypt and Sudan‹. Belonging to this are a number of new field projects as well as collaborations with international missions and museums, to achieve a broad chronological and contextual embeddedness of interdisciplinary analyses. Additional goals include the processing of the excavations at Tell el-Dabʿa as well as the maintenance, standardisation and conflation of already existing analogue and digital archives at a variety of sites.

 


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Beyond Politics
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Egypt in the Levant
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Aswan: Pottery of the Middle Kingdom
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Kom Ombo: City and Hinterland
Living Nubia
Pottery and the Valley of the Kings: »The remains of objects not worth describing«
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Landscape and Cityscape
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The harbour of Tell el-Daba
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Tell el-Daba: 13th and 15th Dynasties Tombs from Area F/I
Tell el-Dabʿa: The settlement of the late Middle Kingdom in Area A/II
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Tell el-Daba: The scarabs, seals and seal impressions of the areas H/I to H/VI at Ezbet Helmi
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Classification of Canaanite Fabrics from Tell el-Daba
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Beautiful Kush
InBetween