A new article has just been published together with Sophie Mery, Jim Blackman and Kevin Lidour. This is about the remarkable Ubaid pot which was discovered at the MR11 site on Marawah Island. This forms Chapter 17 within a new book dedicated to Christine Kempinski, published by Archaeopress.
Méry, S., M.J.Blackman, M.J. Beech & K. Lidour. 2016. 5500 av. notre ère: le vase de Marawah MR11 et l’Obeid du Golfe. Chapter 17, Pages 155-174, in: B. Perello and A. Tenu (eds.), Parcours d’Orient: Receuil de textes offert à Christine Kepinski. Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, Oxford. [ please contact me by email if you wish to have a copy of the pdf – please visit Archaeopress if you want to purchase a copy of the book ].
Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, UAE Minister of State for Tolerance, and the Christian Bishops of the Gulf come to visit the Sir Bani Yas Church and Monastery on 17 January 2017 (Photo credit: WAM Emirates News Agency).
For more information please read the various press stories, including:
Curatorial & Scientific Lead – Natural History Museum Abu Dhabi (NHMAD) and Head of Archaeology: Al Dhafra & Abu Dhabi, Historic Environment Department, Department of Culture and Tourism, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
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