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Tell el-Borg

"In 1991 the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) of Egypt made an appeal to archaeologists at the International Congress of Egyptology in Turin to concentrate archaeological research on North Sinai because of the threat posed to scores of sites by the As-salam agricultural project. Dr. James Hoffmeier, who was then a Professor at Wheaton College (IL), was one of the delegates at the Congress, and he immediately began thinking about getting involved in the salvage effort in this little explored areas of Egypt...

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