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Archives of archeological digs at prehistoric and ancient sites

Archives of archeological digs at prehistoric and ancient sites
Page d’un carnet de fouilles relatif à la stratigraphie du secteur est de la fouille de Khirokitia, 1984. (Fonds Alain Le Brun, CH10/2/02, Service des archives de la Maison Archéologie & Ethnologie, René-Ginouvès) Credits : Mission archéologique française de Khirokitia (Chypre), A. Le Brun et O. Daune-Le Brun dir., page O. Daune-Le Brun.

Based on important archival collections conserved at the Maison Archeology and Ethnology René-Ginouvès, the project aims to constitute a digital source of scientific documentation of record for major French archeological digs, in France and abroad, since the middle of the 20th century. This online documentation collection will be accessible to a variety of audiences: archeologists, researchers, high school students, general public.

This online access renews the different forms of re-exploitation and re-appropriation of past research. The project also ensures the study of the impact of these new practices on various users.

Responsables du projet

Elisabeth BELLON , Head of the Department of archives , MAE

Régis VALLET , Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité, UMR 7041

Department of archives of the MAE

Partenaires au sein du labex

  • Archeologies and Sciences of Antiquity (ArScAn) - UMR 7041
  • Maison Archeology and Ethnology, René-Ginouvès (MAE) - USR 3225
  • Prehistory and Technology - UMR 7055

Durée du projet

8 years


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Shaker AL-SHBIB


Titre:  Dr
Fonction:  Postdoctoral fellow
Institution:  University Paris Nanterre , Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité, UMR 7041


Participe au projet:  Archives of archeological digs at prehistoric and ancient sites


Email:  shakershbib@yahoo.fr
Page Perso:  Shaker Al-Shbib on the Arscan's website (http://www.arscan.fr/apohr/equipes/shaker-shbib/)


Bio

Shaker Al SHBIB is a Syrian archaeologist who has worked until 2011 for the Syrian Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums (DGAM) and served from 2005-2011 as the Director of Excavations and Archaeological Research in the Idlib Region. He has previously worked as an assistant curator and adjunct conservator at the Idlib Archaeological Museum.

Shaker Al-Shbib received his Master (2006) and Doctorate (2014) degrees from the Université de Paris 1 and his BA (2001) from Damascus University. He has co-directed the Syrian-French Excavation at Apamea (2003-2005), the Syrian-Lebanese Excavation at Cyrrhus (2006-2011), and the Syrian-Spanish Mission at Tall As Sin (2005-2008). He has also participated in a number of Archaeological projects including the Syrian-Japanese mission at Raqqa region (2005-2006), Doura-Europos (2002-2008), and Tell Afis (2004-2005).

In 2015 Al SHBIB joined the LabEx the past in the present as part of the project «archives of excavations of prehistoric and ancient sites».  He works both on the archives and documentation of the French mission in Southern Syria, and on the publication of his thesis entitled the fortifications of Cyrrhus-Nabi Houri from the Hellenistic period to the reconstruction by Justinian.Al SHBIB is a contracted heritage expert with the Smithsonian Institution and a consulting scholar at the Penn Museum. He has been working with the Safeguarding the Heritage of Syria and Iraq (SHOSI) Project since Januray 2014 on emergency conservation measures at key Syrian heritage sites at risk. Al-Shbib has planned and coordinated the SHOSI emergency preservation projects at the Ma’arra Museum, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Ancient Villages of Northern Syria and the site of Ebla

 

Elisabeth BELLON


Titre:  Research engineer, CNRS
Fonction:  Head of the Department of archives
Institution:  MAE


Co-responsable du projet:  Archives de fouilles de sites préhistoriques et antiques

Régis VALLET


Titre:  Research fellow, CNRS
Institution:  Archéologies et Sciences de l'Antiquité, UMR 7041