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Since 2013, I regularly wrote a blog post “summer break” in August, announcing vacation and a short break from our various tasks including blogging – well, those were the days…

2017 is a bit different – with the closing conference “From Microcosm to Macrocosm: Individual households and cities in Ancient Egypt and Nubia”, to be held from 1–3 September, 2017 in Munich, we are all very busy and time for vacation is limited.

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It is well timed that a substantial volume on “Nubia in the New Kingdom” was just published – edited by Neal Spencer, Anna Stevens and Michaela Binder these proceedings of a conference in London 2013 bring together the latest results and a large variety of finds dating to the New Kingdom, unearthed in northern Sudan.

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A good balance between technical developments and challenging applications is vital.

Astrophysics, Nuclear Physics, and Atomic and Molecular Physics.

One focus of our technical developments is pushing the limits of the AMS method, e.g.

Three major topics will be discussed: The radiocarbon evidence for the mid- to late third-millennium BC Near East, the chronological implications of new dates and how historical/archaeological chronologies should/could be adapted, and — based on this evidence — if and how climate change can be related to transitions in the late Early Bronze Age.

Furthermore, written sources concerning late Early Bronze Age Near Eastern interrelations and/or transformation and collapse from Egypt to Syria/Mesopotamia will be taken into account.

A good balance between technical developments and challenging applications is vital.

Astrophysics, Nuclear Physics, and Atomic and Molecular Physics.

One focus of our technical developments is pushing the limits of the AMS method, e.g.

Three major topics will be discussed: The radiocarbon evidence for the mid- to late third-millennium BC Near East, the chronological implications of new dates and how historical/archaeological chronologies should/could be adapted, and — based on this evidence — if and how climate change can be related to transitions in the late Early Bronze Age.

Furthermore, written sources concerning late Early Bronze Age Near Eastern interrelations and/or transformation and collapse from Egypt to Syria/Mesopotamia will be taken into account.

If you’re one to invoke the wandering spirits of Anthony Bourdain and Andrew Zimmern, that means veering off the beaten track to scope out hyper-local, immigrant-influenced foods that rarely see the light of day outside their home turf.