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Founded in 1990 by Béatrix Midant-Reynes, Archéo-Nil journal is devoted to the prehistory and protohistory of the Nile valley.

Its fields of interest cover a very broad chronology, from the first Neolithic communities to the emergence of complex societies, in an equally wide geographical area, from the Mediterranean to the sources of the Nile, and in the peripheral desert regions.

It lies at the crossroads of various disciplines such as prehistory, Egyptology, archaeology, anthropology and ethnology. Archéo-Nil is a journal intended for specialists but is also intended for the exchange of ideas between the actors of the different disciplines concerned and a much wider public.

Each year, Archéo-Nil publishes an issue, often with a thematic focus, containing summary articles, information notes, reviews of scientific works or conferences, as well as a bibliography of recently published volumes and articles. The contributions are written in French and English by international specialists.

The journal is available in all libraries and research centres related to the world of Egyptology and Near Eastern prehistory. The editorial board of the journal is assisted by a scientific committee of internationally renowned Egyptologists, prehistorians and archaeologists.

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EDITOR

Archéo-Nil, Collège de France, 11 Place Marcelin Berthelot, 75231 Paris

Publication director

Béatrix Midant-Reynes (CNRS, UMR 5608, Toulouse)

Chief editor 

Yann Tristant (Macquarie University, Sydney)

Scientific comittee

John Baines (University of Oxford, Oxford, Royaume Uni)

Laurent Bavay (Université libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles, Belgique)

Charles Bonnet (Institut de France, Paris, France)

Nathalie Buchez (INRAP, Amiens, France)

Isabella Caneva (Università del Salento, Lecce)

Josep Cervelló Autuori (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelone, Espagne)

Laurent Coulon (Institut français d’archéologie orientale, Le Caire, Égypte)

Éric Crubézy (UMR 5288, Université Toulouse 3, Toulouse, France)

Marc Étienne (Musée du Louvre, Paris, France)

Renée Friedman (University of Oxford, Oxford, Royaume Uni)

Maria Gatto (The Aswan-Kom Ombo Archaeological Project – AKAP)

Nicolas Grimal (Institut de France, Paris, France)

Ulrich Hartung (Institut archéologique allemand du Caire, Le Caire, Égypte)

Stan Hendrickx (Hasselt University / PXL-MAD, Hasselt, Belgique)

Christiana Köhler (Universität Wien, Vienne, Autriche)

Bernard Mathieu (UMR 5140, Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier 3, CNRS, Montpellier, France)

Dimitri Meeks (UMR 8546, CNRS PSL, Paris, France)

Catherine Perlès (UMR 7055, Université Paris Nanterre, CNRS, Nanterre, France)

Pierre Tallet (Université Paris Sorbonne, Paris, France)

Dominique Valbelle (Sorbonne Université, Paris, France)

Pierre Vermeersch (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgique)

Pascal Vernus (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris, France)


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News

01/01/2022

Annual General Meeting 2022

The next Annual General Meeting (AGM) is scheduled on 31 January 2022 at the École du Louvre, Palais du Louvre, Place du Carroussel, Porte Jaujard, Paris 1er (metro Palais-Royal/Musée du Louvre, lines 1 and 7), in the Cézanne amphitheater.

It will be followed by the lecture of Vincent Morel who will present the results of his work in the Wadi Hammamat (Eastern Desert).

 Investir la paroi, marquer l’espace : (pré)histoires au Ouadi Hammamat

Formant une gorge naturelle de 6 km, les fameuses carrières du Ouadi Hammamat sont connues pour avoir été exploitées depuis la plus haute Antiquité pour la grauwacke, une pierre destinée à produire des objets de prestige. Par une approche multidimensionnelle, nous envisagerons les gravures rupestres du site – de la Préhistoire au début du Moyen Empire – pour ce qu’elles nous disent réflexivement des pratiques sous-jacentes. En se fondant notamment sur les archives de F. Debono, l’examen des traces archéologiques mises au jour sur place permettra de mettre en regard dynamiques humaines et investissements graphiques, afin d’éclairer un pan de l’histoire d’un espace dit de marge, mais que les Anciens ont investi matériellement, graphiquement et symboliquement.

 

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News

11/09/2021

Archéo-Nil celebrated its 30th birthday at the Musée d'Archéologie Nationale in Saint-Germain-en-Laye

For the 30th anniversary of the society, Archéo-Nil has organised an exceptional day at the National Archaeology Museum in Saint-Germain-en-Laye. The morning was devoted to lectures in the auditorium; it was an opportunity for the new generation of researchers working on Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt to present its work. The afternoon was devoted to workshops in the galleries of the museum with artefacts taken out of the cabinets for the occasion. They were visible in small groups, commented by the researchers. The photos of the day are available for members in their reserved area.

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News

 25/06/2021

Early Egypt Bibliography (EEB)

BEO

 

For over 25 years, the “Bibliography of the Prehistory and the Early Dynastic period of Egypt and northern Sudan” has been the essential bibliographical research tool regarding the Prehistoric, Predynastic and Early Dynastic periods in Egypt and northern Sudan (up to the latitude of Khartoum). The original bibliography was published in 1995 by Stan Hendrickx, with yearly updates in the journal Archéo-Nil, from 2010 onwards in collaboration with Wouter Claes. With the generous aid and collaboration of the IFAO (Christian Gaubert) and Archéo-Nil (Yann Tristant), the EEB is now available as a freely accessible and online database at

https://www.ifao.egnet.net/bases/beo/

News

 11/01/2020

New Website

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On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, Archéo-Nil is getting a new look with a new website that is clearer, more interactive with new content!

We have completely overhauled the site's aesthetics and visuals, as well as the navigation experience and content. We now present in detail our different activities and members have a reserved Member Access. All Archéo-Nil articles published before 2017 are now available for free downloading.

Enjoy!

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Archéo-Nil

Archéo-Nil is a non-profit society created in 1990 to promote the study of the pre-pharaonic cultures of the Nile valley (newsletters, conferences, exhibitions, conferences, etc.) and to assist associated research and archaeological expeditions.”Archéo-Nil is a non-profit society created in 1990 to promote the study of the pre-pharaonic cultures of the Nile valley (newsletters, conferences, exhibitions, conferences, etc.) and to assist associated research and archaeological expeditions.

                

Archéo-Nil

Collège de France

11 Place Marcelin Berthelot

75231 Paris

France

secretariat@archeonil.fr

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