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16.12.2015 News

Discovered the settlement of Salut

The monumental site of Salut had seemed to have no connection with a coeval settlement, although several remains dating back to the Iron Age have been identified in the surrounding plain. The last excavation campaign (November-December 2015) has drastically changed this reality: the team of IMTO...
3.12.2015 News

Arabian Archaeology in the 21st Century

On December 9th, 2015, the Leiden University Center for the Study of Islam and Society and the Leiden Center for the Study of Ancient Arabia will host a joint conference to highlight the state-of-the-art in Arabian Archaeology in the 21st century. The event will gather prominent...
11.11.2015 News

"Early Historic Port Cities" workshop

The 3rd international workshop on "Early Historic Port Cities: Architectural Features, Construction Techniques and Conservation with special reference to Pattanam" will be held at Pattanam Archaeological Site, from 23rd to 27th November. The workshop is organized by the Kerala Council for...
11.11.2015 News

2015B field season at Salut and ST1

On November, 2nd a new field season began at the Early Bronze Age site ST1, near Salut. Works will focus on the investigation of an area inside the main ditch that was secondarily used for daily life activities, as witnessed by the numerous fireplaces discovered there. Further data on the ancient...
19.10.2015 News

Quaderni di Arabia Antica 3

The third issue of Quaderni di Arabia Antica presents the results of two field seasons that the Italian Mission To Oman spent excavating a few tombs located on top of Jabal Salut, in Central Oman. A cluster of these tombs was later razed and replaced by a small, rectangular pillared shrine built in...
16.10.2015 News

South Arabia and its Neighbours

The 14th volume of the series "Archäologische Berichte aus dem Yemen" presents the proceedings of the 14th Rencontres Sabéennes, which took place in Berlin in 2010. This international conference on the archeology, epigraphy and history of the Arabian Peninsula, especially the southern Arabia, was...
26.09.2015 News

DASI @ Digital Heritage 2015

Digital Heritage 2015, jointly with the affiliated Conferences and exhibitions which are held under one common management and registration, is the second international forum for the dissemination and exchange of cutting-edge scientific knowledge on theoretical, generic and applied areas of digital...
26.09.2015 News

Off the beaten track. Epigraphy at the borders

In the context of the 6th International Event planned by EAGLE (Europeana network of Ancient Greek and Latin Epigraphy), the Department of Classics and Late Antiquity Studies of the University of Bari "Aldo Moro" is organising an event entitled "Off the beaten track. Epigraphy at borders”. This...
8.09.2015 News

Archaeological report of the campaign SUM2015B

The second archaeological campaign at Sumhuram of 2015 focused on the western area of the city (Area F) and to the south of the “Monumental Building 2”. The excavation of this structure was carried to the end and new buildings probably linked to the structure were found. Inside one of these rooms a...
8.09.2015 News

Quaderni di Arabia Antica 2

The second issue of Quaderni di Arabia Antica reviews a recent theory put forward by P. Stein. This theory is based on the hypothesis, initially presented by N. Nebes in 2001, on the relationships between Sabaic and the North-West Semitic, and between Sabaic and non-Sabaic languages in southern...
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