Éveha International

Archaeological research and investigations



Greece - Toumba Serron - Read

Éveha International is associated with the Toumba Serron Research Project, a prehistoric site being excavated under the direction of Dimitra Malamidou (Ephorate of Antiquities of Serres, Greece), Nicolas Zorzin (National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan) and James Taylor (University of York, UK).

Sultanat d'Oman - Al Sharqiya - Read

As part of the Jarama necropolis tombs project, a pedestrian survey is conducted by Eveha International in the Al Sharqiya region.

Nepal - Mustang - Read

The Mission Archéologique Franco-Népalaise au Mustang (MAFNAM) was created in 2023 by the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE) in collaboration with the Department of Archaeology of Nepal and the University of California. It explores the high Himalayan region of Mustang, west of Nepal, to study the dynamics of settlement in the region through time.

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)