Archaeologist sinks teeth into understanding cultural identity, interactions in ancient Nile River Valley


Michele Buzon, professor of anthropology at Purdue University, is a bioarchaeologist who has excavated in the Nubian region of modern-day Sudan, to better understand interactions between Egyptians and Nubians. She and her research team excavated the site of Tombos in northern Sudan in January and February. This was her 10th field season at the site. (Photo provided by Michele Buzon)

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