Conferences and seminars

Seminar: Ritual pratices in ancient Sudan

Seminar of the young researchers in Sudanese archaeology. May 6th-7th, INHA (Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art), salle Vasari.

Ritual Pratices in ancient Sudan. Gestures, words, artefacts.

Conducted under the auspices of the University of Paris-Sorbonne, of the Mondes Pharaoniques component of the UMR 8167 Orient et Méditerranée and of the SFDAS, at the INHA.

In line with the two seminars organised in Paris in 2011 and in Lille in 2013, this event gather young francophone researchers in Sudanese archaeology as much as senior researchers, for a two-days common thought. Participants are invited to discuss matters related to Sudanese’s ritual practices.

The organising team (Magda Wozniak, Tsubasa Sakamoto, Sébastien Maillot)

article published on 10 February 2019

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