BETWEEN THE NILE AND THE RED SEA
FROM COPTOS TO BERENICE

Jørgen Christian Meyer
University of Bergen - Norway
Editor

This photo collection is a product of fieldwork in the desert between the Nile and the Red Sea in January, February and March 2003.
The fieldwork was carried out by a joint research team from Departments of History, Classical Studies and Botany at the University of Bergen.
Jørgen Christian Meyer's fieldwork was also part of the joint research program, Trade, migration and cultural change in the Indian Ocean,
at the Department of History, University of Bergen, financed by the Norwegian Research Council.


Google satellite maps. Overviews   

Wadi Halous   
Wadi Halous. Eastern part    Wadi Halous. Western part

From Berenice to Apollonos   
Cabalsi    Cabalsi district
Abu Hegilig South
Abu Hegilig North
Between Abu Hegilig North and Apollonos
Apollonos
Ridge north of Apollonos    District south of Apollonos    Gelli    Wadi Gamal
Between Wadi Halouse and Wadi Gamal    Kab Marfu'a    Kab Marfua'a East

From Apollonos to Nugrus and Siket (Mining district)
Wadi Nugrus
Nugrus
Siket
Hangaliyah

From Apollonos to Falacro
Between Apollonos and Wadi Umm Qariyeh
Wadi Umm Qariyeh
Falacro

From Falacro to Abu Rahal
Rod el-Liqah
Umm Garahish
Bir Mueihla district
Samut 1
Samut 2
Between Samut and Abu Midrik
Abu Midrik

From Falacro to Rod el-Buram
Between Falacro and Aristonis
Aristonis
Rod Legayah
Rod el-Buram

East of Rod el-Buram
Rod Umm Al-Faraj    Wadi Dabr West    Wadi Dabr East
Wadi Abu Jamal    Wadi Umm Gaiow

From Rod el-Buram to Abu Rahal
Bezah West
Bir Iayyan

From Rod el-Buram to Phoinikon
Bezah
Iovis
Daghbag South
Compasi
Between Compasi and Aphrodites
Aphrodites
Between Aphrodites and Didymoi
Didymoi
Paneion 2

Miscellaneous


Photographers:

Howaida Abdelrahman, Department of Botany, University of Bergen
Gidske L. Andersen, Department of Botany, University of Bergen
Jonatan Krzywinski (1973-2017), Bergen
Knut Krzywinski, Department of Botany, University of Bergen
Jørgen Christian Meyer, Department of Archaeology, History, Cultural Studies and Religion
Richard H. Pierce, Department of Classics, University of Bergen

All photographs are subject to existing copyright laws.
High resolution copies may be obtained, subject to approval by the photographers, by contacting:

Prof. Dr. phil.
Jørgen Christian Meyer
Department of Archaeology, History, Cultural Studies and Religion
University of Bergen
Norway

© 2003 by Jørgen Christian Meyer