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Alberto Urcia doing GNSS survey at one of the noble tombs in Aswan, Egypt during the 2013 AKAP expedition
August 17, 2014
Through the digital and archaeological work of Alberto Urcia, Associate Research Scientist, Yale-NELC has continued the collaboration with The Aswan-Kom Ombo Archaeological Project (AKAP) which is a joint venture...
Participants at the Graeco-Arabica Conference holding ​Franz Rosenthal's ​book Man versus Society in Medieval Islam, edited by Professor Dimitri Gutas.
July 16, 2014
In April 2014 Professor Dimitri Gutas organized a Graeco-Arabica conference to commemorate the centennial of the late Professor Franz Rosenthal. The conference was hosted by Yale-NELC under the title Graeco-Arabica...
Image of Egyptian Ruler with “White Crown” of Royalty
August 17, 2012
The earliest known image of an Egyptian ruler wearing the “White Crown” associated with Egyptian dynastic power has been brought to light by an international team of archaeologists led by Egyptologists from Yale...
November 10, 2011
Using a new technology known as optically stimulated luminescence (OSL), a team of Belgian scientists and Professor John Coleman Darnell of Yale have determined that Egyptian petroglyphs found at the east bank of...

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