Éveha International

Archaeological research and investigations



Uzbekistan - Kayrit - Read

Since 2017, the Mission Archéologique Franco-Ouzbèke en Bactriane Protohistorique (MAFBAP), led by Johanna Lhuillier (CNRS/Archéorient) and Shapulat Shaydullaev (Termez State Univ.), has been exploring the Kayrit Oasis located on the foothills of the Kugitang Tau in ancient Bactria (Uzbekistan). The aim of the project is to understand the transition from Bronze Age Oxus civilization (c. 2200/2000-1500/1400 B.C.) to Early Iron Age cultures (1500/1400 - 1000 B.C.) and the dynamics of settlement and adaptation during the latter period. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

Palestinian territories - Tell Keila - Read

Tell Keila, inhabited since the Bronze Age until the middle of the 20th century, has been studied since 2015 by a mission of the University of Montpellier 3 (Sylvie Blétry, mission of the EA 4424 CRISES, then of the Labex Archimède and the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs)

Saudi Arabia - Farasan - Read

Éveha International is participating in the Farasân Islands Archaeological Mission (MIFA), a Saudi-French project to study the archaeological heritage of this archipelago located in the southeastern Red Sea of Saudi Arabia off the city of Jizān. The project is led by Solène Marion de Procé (Université Paris 1 / AnHiMA / LabEx Dynamite) and Muḥammad al-Malki (Heritage Commission).

Sudan - Île de Saï - Read

The island of Saï preserves innumerable archaeological vestiges testifying to human occupations from the Palaeolithic to the modern period. Since the 1950s, teams of French archaeologists have contributed to their study. Under the direction of Vincent Francigny (CNRS, UMR 8167 Orient & Méditerranée) since 2015, the current mission focuses mainly on the Pharaonic period fortified city and several Meroitic necropolises.