Architectural Conservation of an Amun Temple in Sudan

@inproceedings{Sweek2013ArchitecturalCO,
  title={Architectural Conservation of an Amun Temple in Sudan},
  author={Tracey Sweek and Julie Ren{\'e}e Anderson and Satoko Tanimoto},
  year={2013}
}
Excavation of a 2000 year old Amun Temple at Dangeil in Sudan. Under the directorship of Drs Salah Mohammed Ahmed of the National Corporation for Antiquities and Museums, Khartoum and Julie R Anderson of the British Museum, London an excavation of the temple commenced in 2000. Dangeil is located to the south of the 5th Nile cataract in Sudan. In 2008, a preliminary visit was organised to intiate a conservation programme and trials to the architectural fabric of the temple. The materials used in… 

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