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The letter, copies of which were also sent to Minister for Culture Syed Sardar Ali Shah, director general of antiquities and culture department, director of Unesco and this correspondent, said that on April 30, 2016, the EFT in collaboration with the department had taken a team of conservationists, structural engineers and architects to the necropolis to have them study the crumbling structure.
Adding he said that all recommendations of the experts and researchers of conference regarding the improvement of the historical necropolis will not be only apply but we assure it's the implementation too.
The first international conference took place at site of Makli necropolis where national and international scholars and researchers such as Zain Mustafa, Professor Dr Rafique Mughal, Dr Muhammad Mehdi Tavassoli, Rand Eppich, Dr Zulfiqar Kalhoro, Rabela Junejo and Tania Ali Soomro presented their research papers.
Makli Necropolis features of several large funerary monuments belonging to royalty, various Sufi saints, and esteemed scholars.
This fact suggests that the archaeological site beside Al-Nassara necropolis was a monks' complex," he added.
The necropolis of Serdica occupies large parts of Sofiaas downtown, including the space under the building the National Assembly and the area of the Alexander Nevski Cathedral and Sofia University.
Editor of the journal- Haleem Sharar, said that the Makli Hills Necropolis has been declared as world heritage site by the UNESCO.
ARAB NEWS Tom Cruise LOS ANGELES: Hollywood star Tom Cruise retweeted news about archaeologists in Egypt uncovering "a necropolis with at least 17 mummies," to promote his new movie "The Mummy.
The country's Antiquities Ministry announced Saturday that at least 17 well-preserved mummies were found in a necropolis in the village of Tuna al-Gabal, south of the capital, Cairo.
Necropolis by Boris Pahor, a Slovenian minority writer from Trieste, where he was born and still lives today, is not the author's only work representing his experience of life in a concentration camp, but it is widely regarded as "his best work on this topic" (Latkovic and Kovac 27).
This updated study (first published in 2004) documents the uncovering by a team of Czech archaeologists of ancient remains dating from the Old Kingdom to the Late Period in Abusir in the realm of Osiris (God of the dead), and its story in modern archaeology and the buried mysteries that it seeks to uncover at the center of the pyramid field of the Memphite necropolis via a group of pyramids, temples, and tombs named after the nearby village of Abusir that have been overshadowed by the more familiar pyramids at Giza and Saqqara, although for the last fifty years the area has been home to an extensive operation to discover its past.
Como ya hemos observado, los autores plantean la distribucion de estas piezas desde el Golfo de Leon para, siguiendo rutas costeras, llegar hasta el sur peninsular y finalmente aparecer en Celtiberia, donde dicen que las necropolis iniciaron su andadura en el siglo VI a.
Grave goods tombs situation with everyday objects in some Celtiberian necropolis to the IVth-IInd centuries BC
com)-- DigitalGlobe Satellite Imagery released on March 30, 2016 has shown new damage to the Valley of the Tombs, the Western Necropolis, and the Southeast Necropolis of Palmyra.
Members of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service marked the anniversary with a service at the city's Necropolis cemetery.