Tyr – 2017

August 2, 2018 Tyre

The tenth Tyre excavation mission took place from 2nd to 27th October 2017. In addition to archaeological investigations, it included an important architectural survey activity as well as an epigraphic study. Éveha International was represented by Xavier Husson, in charge of the topographic surveys since 2011. Several areas, involving archaeologists, […]

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Tyre – 2016

September 4, 2017 Tyre

The ninth campaign of architectural surveys and archaeological excavations in Tyre took place from October 3 to 29, 2016. Following the previous missions, the general topographical and architectural plan was continued. The topographical surveys, realized to understand the main buildings of this approx. 8.6 ha. wild site, also kept on. […]

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Tyre – 2015

August 24, 2016 Tyre

Éveha International has participated in the Tyre project since 2011, by producing the site plans. Xavier Husson therefore went to the site from 5-25 October, where his role involved conducting the topographical and architectural surveys, as well as survey of the excavation trenches aimed at reconstructing and interpreting the site’s […]

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Tyre – 2013

June 20, 2013 Tyre

The sixth season of excavations and survey took place from the 7th-26th of October 2013. The main priority was the investigation of the mosque which predated the cathedral (Zone 1) and the Byzantine martyrium recently identified to the east of the site (Zone 4), but also the latrines of the […]

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Tyre – 2012

October 2, 2012 Tyre

The 2012 season led to – among others – three important advances in our understanding of the town of Tyre. Firstly, in Zone 1, known as the medieval cathedral, the remains of a small building containing a basin were uncovered to the north-east of the cathedral, under vegetation and modern […]

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Tyre – 2011

November 20, 2011 Tyre

During the field season which took place in October 2011, the work already begun in the various zones of the archaeological park continued. The northern part of the site contains the ruins of a church known as the “Crusader Cathedral”, which was largely preserved until the 19th century. Excavated – […]

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