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|Title:||Gebel Adda and its environs: 50 years on|
Edwards, David N.
|Publisher:||The Sudan Archaeological Research Society|
|Citation:||Sudan & Nubia : the Sudan Archaeological Research Society bulletin, 2016, 20, pp. 133-145|
|Abstract:||[First paragraph] Following the 2015 Kirwan Memorial Lecture delivered by Dr Grzymski (see also Grzymski 2010) this further brief article concerning the ARCE excavations at Gebel Adda has been prepared drawing on personal records of one of the participants (RH) and information provided by Horst Jaritz and the late Richard Edlund1 relating to a range of archaeological material in and around Gebel Adda. This summarises a much more extensive series of notes prepared by the first author (RH) along with drawings and photographs. With the aid of aerial photographs from the collections of George Gerster a composite map of Gebel Adda and its environs has also been prepared (fig.1) indicating some of the main sites in and around the ARCE concession including the outlines of the main cemeteries. It is hoped that this may be useful for those working with the various published reports which lack supporting mapping/plans.|
|Embargo on file until:||1-Jan-10000|
|Rights:||Copyright ©2016 , The Sudan Archaeological Research Society.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Archaeology and Ancient History|
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