Site Presentation and Management Planning for Sudanese Antiquities
Site presentation and management plans including existing conditions assessment, proposing visitation itineraries, location and conceptual design principles for visitors centres, informational and directional signage, and protective measures for the sites, as well as outlining conservation needs and priorities.
The sites are:
The Temple of Amun at Meroe (part of a UNESCO World Heritage site), 3rd/2nd centuries BC, restored in the 1st century AD.
The Temple of Dangeil, south of the Fifth Nile Cataract, 1st century AD.
The Pyramids Field of Nuri, Napata region (part of a UNESCO World Heritage site), 7th – 4th centuries BC.
Commissioned by the Sudan National Corporation of Antiquities and Museums as part of the Qatari-Sudan Archaeological Project.
2013 – ongoing
location: various sites in Sudanese Nubia