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Rooting Egyptian Maritime Heritage Congress- 10/29/2023- Ain Shams University, Egypt

Rooting Egyptian Maritime Heritage Congress- 10/29/2023- Ain Shams University, Egypt Noran Hamed On October 29th – 30th, the Faculty of Archaeology- Ain Shams University (Arch-ASU) organised its 3rd Annual International Congress, adopting a theme focused on maritime heritage studies in Egypt, particularly ship and boat building in cooperation with the Egyptian Maritime Salon. The Congress …

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MAGS 2023

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Maritime Archaeology Graduate Symposium (MAGS) – 2023 MAGS 2023 was held at the Archaeological Research Unit (ARU) of the University of Cyprus from Wednesday (01/03/2023) to Saturday (04/03/2023). During the evening of the 1st of March, an informal pizza/movie night for presenters was held at the ARU to offer presenters the opportunity to meet each …

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MAGS 2020

MAGS 2020 The third Maritime Archaeology Graduate Symposium was held at Worcester College, University of Oxford from the 22nd – 23rd February 2020 and organised by our Oxford University Scholars, Nesrine A. El-Galy and Achilles Iasonos. The Foundation awarded three bursaries for participants from the eastern Mediterranean to attend and present at the conference. Below …

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MAGS 2019

MAGS 2019 The second Maritime Archaeology Graduate Symposium was held in Southampton from the 29th to the 31st March 2019 and organised by HFF scholars. The Foundation awarded three bursaries for participants from the eastern Mediterranean to attend and present at the conference. Below is a report from the MAGS committee and a summary of …

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MAGS 2018

MAGS 2018 The first Maritime Archaeology Graduate Symposium (MAGS) was held in the Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies (Oxford) from the 3rd to the 4th February 2018. MAGS 2018 was funded from the Honor Frost Foundation (HFF) and the Oxford Centre for Maritime Archaeology (OCMA) and was organised by graduate students in maritime …

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2016 Policy Forum – Social and Economic Benefits: the seamless sea

Marine and maritime cultural heritage can have a strong hold on people’s imaginations, contributing to sense of place within communities as well as attracting domestic and international tourism. However, marine and maritime cultural heritage is often fragmented. Traditional institutional divisions separate what is in the sea, what is from the sea and what is by …

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2013 Policy Forum – Managing Maritime Heritage in International Waters – Scoping Day

On 22 January 2013 the British Academy and the Honor Frost Foundation held an event to discuss UK government policy on the protection of underwater heritage in international waters. The event provided a forum for policymakers and academics to exchange knowledge and discuss solutions to underwater heritage as a policy issue. It will also help …

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