2022 annual roundup Декабрь 2022 – Итоги года

Distribution map of remote sensing data (in black) in relation to the ecoregions of Central Asia.

A REGIONAL STUDY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES FOR TAJIKISTAN, TRAVELOGUES TO KYRGYZSTAN AND A DATABASE OF HERITAGE SITES IN UKRAINE; scroll down to read in russian прокрутите вниз, чтобы прочитать на русском языке 2022 was an exciting year with so much going on: archaeologists out in the field, remote sensing reports being finalised and delivered to Tajik partners, work with Ukrainian colleagues to develop a database documenting heritage sites under threat. International Institute for Central Asian Studies (IICAS) continued to make strides in archaeological documentation and the publication of several important monographs among… Read More

Big Guldursun, Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan

3D models of Big Guldursun (Большой Гульдурсун, Катта Гулдурсин), fortress site by partner institution IICAS Heritage of Karakalpakstan series

December 2021 year-end roundup

Here’s to 2022, but before we get there, we are pleased to take a look back at 2021. кликните сюда, читать по-русски Впереди 2022 год, но прежде чем мы войдем в Новый год давайте с удовольствием оглянемся на 2021 год. 请点击此处阅读中文版: 2022年即将到来,我们值此辞旧迎新之际共同回顾中亚考古景观(CAAL)项目组2021年的主要科研活动及学术成果。 Silk Road Seminar Series Beginning in January, Tim Williams, Pang Rui, and Dorian Fuller (jointly representing CAAL, the International Centre for Silk Roads Archaeology & Heritage, and the International Centre for Chinese Heritage and Archaeology) hosted a seminar series focusing on the larger Silk Roads. These Zoominars, well attended by… Read More