Annual Lecture: Desert Landmarks? Rethinking State and Society in the Ancient Sahara by Professor David Mattingly

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We hope you will be able to join us at the Society’s First Virtual Annual Lecture on Thursday 3 December at 5.30 pm.

“Desert Landmarks? Rethinking State and Society in the Ancient Sahara” by Professor David Mattingly, University of Leicester.

The lecture, which will take place on the Zoom platform, will celebrate the completion of publication of the four volumes of the Trans-Saharan Archaeology series, published jointly by the Society for Libyan Studies and Cambridge University Press.

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