Report on the Annual Meeting 2024 of the SPP which took place at the University of Cologne in mid January.
It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to our colleague and friend Tilman Lenssen-Erz. He died on November 10, 2023 surrounded by his family after a serious illness.
The Working Group (In)visible Women presented their results at the SÄK in Cologne.
Report about an archaeozoological workshop held in Khartoum in February 2023.
Describing the conference experience in Frankfurt. In and beyond the conference room.
The SPP invited the Egyptian researcher E.A.E. Attia in October to analyse and compare phytoliths from Elephantine (Egypt) and Mezber (Ethiopia).
Report on the first workshop of the newest SPP-Working Group „(In)Visible Women“.
German tale of the two guest scientists from Egypt, Mariam Adel and Fernadne Lozada.
The 8th annual meeting of TANA, held in Ghana from February the 22nd to the 24th, 2022, was also attended by researchers from the SPP.
At the SPP annual meeting held on Jan. 10, 2022, participants were able to enjoy the research results to date, along with exciting new findings.
The research results of the SPP „Entangeld Africa“ will be presented to the public at different locations in Africa and Germany with a flexible exhibition concept.
From the ranks of the SPP „Entangled Africa“ Jana Eger-Karberg invites together with Tim Karberg to a panel at the 15th International Conference for Nubian Studies.
Copyright University of Cologne Colloquium at the Department of Prehistoric Archaeology of the University of Cologne The Department of Prehistoric Archaeology at the University of Cologne invites you to its […]
The remains of firewood, which was used at a daily basis in archaeological settlements, are indicators of the environment of a site and its changes due to climate and human impact. The first batch of SEM images of charcoal from Mege, Nigeria, was recently published in the webservice iDAI.objects. The open access images and data serve as a reference for colleagues and provide an introduction to charcoal research for young international scientists.
Entangled Africa‘ encompasses both the connectivity of people and the connectivity with and of ecosystems, plants, and landscapes. In the second meeting of the methodological working group „Natural Sciences“, the course was set for collaborative research and data management across project boundaries.