About ISNS

Modern Nubiology was born in the early 1960s, when an international salvage campaign was launched by UNESCO to save the monuments of Lower Nubia being flooded by the construction of the Aswan High Dam and the creation of Lake Nasser. This campaign brought together scholars from over 25 countries from around the world and revealed the richness and cultural diversity of Nubian civilisation.

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News

21.06.2022

Concise Manual for Ceramic Studies

Dear ISNS Members, The Concise Manual for Ceramic Studies from SFDAS is now available on-line, open access and may be of interest to you. The link follows below.Please direct any questions to the author. Sincerely Julie———————————————————- Concise Manual for Ceramic Studies Romain David (dir.) This bilingual English/Arabic manual is intended to accompany the training of […]

16.06.2022

Berlin Sudan Day 2022

Dear ISNS Members,Berlin Sudan Day 2022 may be of interest to you. The announcement follows below, and further details are attached. Please contact the organisers directly with any queries. Best wishes Julie Dear Friends of the archaeology of Sudan, We would like to cordially invite you to the “Berlin Sudan Day 2022” onSaturday, June 18, 2022. This […]

05.05.2022

Lecture YouTube: Pharaon des Deux Terres. L’épopée africaine des rois de Napata

Dear Colleagues, An exhibition entitled Pharaon des Deux Terres. L’épopée africaine des rois de Napata opened recently in the Louvre, Paris and will run from 28 April to 25 July 2022. An introduction to the exhibition was presented by Vincent Rondot on 4 May and is now available on YouTube. It may be of interest to you. The […]

05.05.2022

15th ICNS

Registration for the 15th International Conference for Nubian Studies is now open only for participants that do not submit papers.


Events

27.07/2021

15th International Conference for Nubian Studies – 29th August – 4th September 2022

The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw will host the 15th International Conference for Nubian Studies in Warsaw from August 29th to September 4th, 2022. Every four years, the ICNS conference brings together archaeologists, epigraphists, historians, and other scholars working on the ancient and modern history of Sudan and Nubia, from prehistory to […]