The Faculty of Arts and Humanities participates in the First Sudanese Archeology Conference

The Faculty of Arts and Humanities participates in the First Sudanese Archeology Conference

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Professors from the Department of Archeology at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities – University of Gezira participated in the activities of the first Sudanese Archeology Conference, which was held at the beginning of this August.  The conference was organized by the Department of Archeology at the Faculty of Arts – Al-Neelain University under the motto “Towards an epistemological vision for consolidating research and knowledge of Sudanese archeology” as a dedication to the spirit of the deceased of science and knowledge and the son of the ancient city of Al-Kamelin, Professor of Generations, Professor Abdelkader Mahmoud Abdullah – Professor of Ancient Languages.   The conference was held in the Great Hall at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, under the care of the Vice Chancellor of  El Nellin University Prof. Mohamed Al-Amin Ahmed Mohamed  and with honor  of member of the Sovereign Council Ustaz. Mohamed Al-Faki Suleiman and Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Prof. Intisar Saghiroun Al-Zein .  Participated in the conference from the Department of Archeology . Ustaz .Mohamed Nasr El-Din, with a scientific paper entitled: “New Investigation of the Archaeological Vegetation Mounds in El Ga’ab Depression-Western Dongola: An Archarobotanical Study.”  Ustaz. Abdullah Al-Nur Abdullah participated with a scientific paper entitled: “The Arabic translation of the inscription of King Taharqu (Koy 4).”  Ustaz. Shazliya Hassan Abdel Hadi participated with a scientific paper entitled: “The most important archaeological sites in the region between Umm Jar and Al-Kuwa, east of the White Nile.”  These participations constituted a real addition to the various axes of the conference and were widely accepted, in the hope that the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the University of Gezira would host the next Sudanese Archeology conference.
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