Online academic meeting
May 28, 2021
Heritage approaches increasingly require an effective alliance between fundamental archaeological research and the preservation of cultural heritage. The recent works undertaken by Ouafa Ben Slimane, sub-aquatic archaeologist and Séhir Ben Garouia, architect at the INP, on the site of Carthage and the medina of Kairouan are part of this perspective. The dissemination of information to the general public constitutes the third dimension of this issue.
These results will therefore be communicated by videoconference to the general public during the 3rd academic session of the INP for this year 2021.
Carthage and Kairouan
Studies and safeguarding of underwater heritage and Islamic architecture
Ouafa Ben Slimane (researcher at INP): Preventive archeology in underwater environments: case study: the coast from Gammarth to Carthage as part of the marine erosion protection project
Séhir Ben Garouia (Architect at the National Institute of Heritage and Ph.D. student in Islamic Architecture): The role of the building in preserving documentary heritage “manuscripts”
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