"NETWOOD”: WOOD NETWORKS IN EGYPT FROM ANTIQUITY TO ISLAMIC TIMES / LES RÉSEAUX DU BOIS EN ÉGYPTE DE L’ANTIQUITÉ AUX PÉRIODES ISLAMIQUE
The "NetWood" conference aims to study in a diachronic and transdisciplinary way the economic and social networks that have developed in Egypt around the use of wood, from the Predynastic to the Ottoman period.
Initially planned for 2020, the NetWood conference will be organised online via the Zoom platform on 24 and 25 June 2021 during two
mornings of conferences that will follow the original programme, which you may find at
The NetWood team
J. Auber de Lapierre (Collège de France, BnF / CéSor),
G. Eschenbrenner Diemer (Université de Jaén / ArScAn),
V. Schram (MF University, Oslo / Orient & Méditerranée)