Archaeological work in the Sudan is a dynamic field, and there are many Sudanese and international missions working to survey, excavate and conserve the country’s heritage, in collaboration with the National Council of Antiquities and Museums (NCAM), based in Khartoum.
Please find below links to a number of the projects working in Sudan.
The British Museum’s project at Amara West
The Across Borders Project (ERC Funded) at Sai Island
The excavations at Tombos
The bilingual website of the team working at Kerma
The Northern Dongola Reach survey and excavations at Kawa
The site of the Gebel Barkal excavations, which includes a useful bibliography
Hamadab 3D Reconstructions
An online archive of the graffiti at Musawwarat