Aqeel is passionate about protecting the cultural heritage of his home. “I am a specialist in archaeology, and I deal with heritages and archaeological sites day in and day out. I see it as my duty to protect and record these endangered sites,” he explains.
As a curator with the National Heritage Institute (INP), Héla Mekki was surprised to discover that historic sites and monuments in this region were missing from archaeological maps of Tunisia.
Per ricordare il nostro caro amico recentemente scomparso, Andrea Zerbini, il team di EAMENA ha deciso di condividere i ricordi e alcune foto del periodo in cui Andrea ha lavorato con noi ad Oxford, dal 2015 al 2018.
The EAMENA team share their memories and photos of the time Andrea Zerbini worked with them from 2015 to 2018 in Oxford.
The Tahoun project builds on a previous survey – the Jabal Moussa survey – carried out in collaboration with EAMENA and the APJM, which documented the archaeology of the wider landscape.
The SinaiArchaeoWater Project (SAW) is a collaboration between the remote sensing methodology of the EAMENA project ― identifying archaeological and heritage sites and disturbances and threats from satellite imagery ― and the Sinai Peninsula Research (SPR) project
My research updates information about the ancient Parthian city of Hatra and its valuable connection with the local community. Using remote sensing data, recent imagery and archived information about the site, an up-to-date assessment of the city and a map showing changes through time will be created.
Since October 2017, I have been one of the volunteers of the Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa project.