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Published continuously since 1990, Archéo-Nil is the only international journal devoted to the pre- and protohistory of Egypt and the Nile Valley.

 

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News

02/07/2021

Seminar "Le site prédynastique de Maadi : Reconstruire la vie d’une communauté"

by Jade Bajeot

The video recording of the seminar is available for Archéo-Nil members in their reserved member access area

Maadi, en Basse-Égypte, est l'un des sites prédynastiques les plus connus en raison des nombreuses fouilles extensives qui y ont été menées et l'un des plus représentatifs de la Culture de Basse-Égypte. La récente reprise des données des fouilles italiennes a permis de mieux comprendre l'histoire de son occupation et de ses relations avec les autres sites du Delta et du Levant. Nous retracerons les développements du village et les modes de vie de ses occupants à travers les vestiges archéologiques et les matériaux retrouvés.

 

 

 

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News

07/05/2021

Seminar "L'origine de la brasserie en Égypte : Ingrédients, outils et processus"

by Adeline Bats

The video recording of the seminar is available for Archéo-Nil members in their reserved member access area

Avec le pain, la bière est l'aliment emblématique de la civilisation pharaonique. Pourtant, bien que souvent dépeint dans les chapelles funéraires des tombes de l'Ancien Empire, le processus de fabrication est encore largement méconnu. Avec la découverte de plusieurs sites de brasserie datés des hautes époques et la multiplication des analyses en laboratoire, il est néanmoins possible de mieux appréhender les techniques employées par les Anciens Égyptiens et leurs évolutions.

 

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.

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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

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75231 Paris

France

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