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  • Dr Claude Doumet-Serhal
  • Honorary Research Associate
  • claude.lbfnm@btinternet.com
  • UCL Institute of Archaeology, 31-34 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PY UK

Claude Doumet-Serhal

Claude Doumet-Serhal is currently a Special Assistant at the British Museum, and has been directing the British Museum/Directorate General of Antiquities of Lebanon excavations in Sidon (Lebanon) since 1998. She has been an Honorary Research Fellow at the Institute of Archaeology since 1996 and works in collaboration with Dafydd Griffiths.

  • 2012  Culte et rituel à sidon dans l’Antiquité”, in Fascination du Liban, soixante siècles d’histoire de religions, d’art et d’archéologie, ouvrage publié à l’occasion de l’exposition présentée au Musée Rath de Genève du 30 novembre 2012 au 31 mars 2013, Genève, p. 21-27.
  • Sidon : faire brûler l’encens, in Fascination du Liban, soixante siècles d’histoire de religions, d’art et d’archéologie op cit., p. 51-53.
  • 2011-2012  “Sidon’s Guardian Spirits ”, in “And Canaan begat Sidon his firstborn…” A Tribute to Dr. John Curtis on his 65th birthday, Archaeology and History in the Lebanon, issues 34-35, p. 1-6.
  • “Sidon and Tell el-Dab’a: Two cities-one story, A Highlight on Metal artefacts from the Middle Bronze Age graves”, And Canaan begat Sidon his firstborn…” A Tribute to Dr. John Curtis on his 65th birthday, Archaeology and History in the Lebanon, in conjunction with Karin Kopetzky, issues 34-35, p. 9-52.
  • “A Decorated Box from Sidon”, And Canaan begat Sidon his firstborn…” A Tribute to Dr. John Curtis on his 65th birthday, Archaeology and History in the Lebanon, in conjunction with Karin Kopetzky, issues 34-35, p. 93-103.
  • “Tell el-Yahudieh Ware in Sidon”, And Canaan begat Sidon his firstborn…” A Tribute to Dr. John Curtis on his 65th birthday, Archaeology and History in the Lebanon, in conjunction with Karin Kopetzky, issues 34-35, p. 139-153.
  • “Sidon Holy of Holies: The Late Bronze Age Underground Cella”, And Canaan begat Sidon his firstborn…” A Tribute to Dr. John Curtis on his 65th birthday, Archaeology and History in the Lebanon, in conjunction with Karin Kopetzky, issues 34-35, p. 297-308; 309-371.
  • 2011  Sidon, une ville célèbre de la côte levantine, L’archéothema, 15 juillet-août, p. 75-79. 
  • 2010  “Sidon”, Reallexikon der Assyriologie une Vorderasiatischen Archäologie, Begründet von E. Ebeling und B. Meissner, Berlin, New York, p. 455-458.
  • 2009  “Second Millennium BC Levantine Ceremonial Feasts: Sidon a Case Study”, Interconnections in the Eastern Mediterranean, Lebanon in the Bronze and Iron Ages, Proceedings in the Eastern Mediterranean Lebanon in the Bronze and Iron Ages, Proceedings of the International Symposium Beirut 2008, Hors-Série VI, p. 229-244.

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