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Notes - Catalogued, Access by appointment. Letter of introduction required.

Extent - 5 files and 9 items

Calm Format - Document

Former Reference - D18/1

Reference - SLS/D18/1


Notes, drawings and articles relating to the work of the UNESCO Libyan Valleys Civilisation Project (ULVCP).

Biographical history

"The project began in 1979. Its objectives are to locate, survey and analyse the extensive remains of ancient agricultural settlement that can be found in the wadis of the hinterlands of Tripolitania, Sirtica and Cyrenaica. Within this framework, established by the Department of Antiquities of the Libyan Arab Republic and UNESCO, is the archaeological aim of recording the evidence for periods when extensive areas of the pre-desert were, for whatever reason, cultivated in ways that are not immediately possible today, and in the longer term to establish those areas where modern farming might be re-established." - "Libyan Valleys"

Within this series:

ULVCP Notebooks. » see more

Brief Paper on ULVCP, August 1980. » see more

ULVCP Pottery Report, 1980. » see more

ULVCP Graphs. » see more

ULVCP Drawings and Figures. » see more

Photograph Prints of Stamps. » see more

Finds Drawings and Notes. » see more

ULVCP Coarse Ware Series. » see more

ULVCP: African Red Slip Ware. » see more

Copy Article "Libyan Valleys". » see more

Loose Manuscript Notes. » see more