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International projects

Tell el-Retaba Archaeological Mission
Egyptologický výskum lokality Tell er-Retába v Egypte
Program: Multilaterálne - iné
Project leader: Mgr. Hudec Jozef PhD.
Duration: 1.10.2013 -

FHA - Project XXII of the International Union of Academies, Fontes Historiae Africanae
Projekt XXII Medzinárodnej akademickej únie; Pramene k dejinám Afriky
Program: Multilaterálne - iné
Project leader: doc. PhDr. Vilhanová Viera DrSc.
Annotation:In 2011 the manifold activities connected with the project XXII. FONTES HISTORIAE AFRICANAE – Sources of African History of l’Union Académique Internationale based in Brussels, by its International Director Viera Vilhanová of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, centred around the preparation together with Director of the Mozambican State Archives, Prof. Joel Neves Tembe, of the meeting of the Chairs of FHA National Committees and of an International conference on the theme Sources for African History in African Languages written in Arabic (Ajami) and Latin Scripts in Eastern and Southern Africa, which is to be held in Maputo, Mozambique, between April 15-20, 2012.
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Duration: 15.7.1997 -

National projects

Reflexia globalizácie ako celospoločenského fenoménu v kultúrach Ázie, Afriky a Oceánie
Program: VEGA
Project leader: prof., PhDr. Sorby Karol R. DrSc.
Duration: 1.1.2018 - 31.12.2021

SLOVYSULODUWAHA - Slovak research in the Sudanese site Duweym Wad Haj
Slovenský výskum na sudánskej lokalite Duwejm Wad Hadž
Program: APVV
Project leader: Mgr. Hudec Jozef PhD.
Annotation:The Duweym Wad Haj site is located on the left bank of the Nile River, opposite the UNESCO site of Gebel Barkal, the southern residence of the Ancient Egyptian god Amun. Based on surveys, an ancient temple is expected to be discovered under the old mosque at the Duweym site. The occurrence of temples on the left bank of the Nile River proves also the Sanam site. The project is based on an interdisciplinary co-operation between humanities and natural sciences and on modern excavation and documentation methods. An emphasis is also placed on conservation of cultural heritage. The project consists of three main parts: (1) archaeological interdisciplinary research in the Sudan, (2) scientific research in Slovakia, and (3) popularization. The main objectives of the project include gaining new knowledge of the site through basic research, confirming the presence of the temple architecture, the 3D documenting of architecture, and exploring the construction and settlement history in the context of sacral architecture in space and the surroundings. The fulfilment of the project objectives is real due to previous experience, the professional interdisciplinary team and the background in Sudan.
Duration: 1.8.2018 - 31.7.2022

Projects total: 4