Excavations in the Temple Precinct of Dangeil, Sudan by Julie Anderson & Salah Mohamed Ahmed
About : A book describing the progress of the Berber-Abidiya Archaeological Project in Dangeil, Sudan. The project, “has focused on the late Kushite city of Dangeil (third century BC – fourth century AD). The site is endangered by modern development. Dangeil is located 350km north of Khartoum and has been a mystery to modern archaeologists because of its unique appearance, though in actuality few have ever visited the site. It consists of a series of large discrete mounds, many standing over four metres above the surrounding plain.”
Published August 2010
Julie Anderson is Assistant Keeper of Egyptian and Sudanese Antiquities at the British Museum.
Salah Mohamed Ahmed is Director of Field Work for the National Corporation for Antiquities and Museums, Sudan.
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