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The School has produced a number of project reports, monographs, occasional papers and websites relevant to research in History, Archaeology and Religion.

Inscriptions on stone are the most important documentary source for the history of the ancient city of Athens and its surrounding region, Attica. This project makes available online the inscriptions of ancient Athens and Attica in English translation.

Attic Inscriptions Online

The site of Saqqara is well known as the location of Egypt's earliest pyramid, but few visitors are aware that deep below the desert surface lies a lost world of catacombs provided for the burial of sacred animals. Careful study by Cardiff archaeologists of its construction, layout and animal inhabitants is yielding new and exciting results. This project is in association with the Egypt Exploration Society.

The Catacombs of Anubis

A long-running research project, supported by funding from Historic Scotland, on the island of South Uist, part of the Western Isles of Scotland, that has been particularly important in exploring the human occupation of the island from the Neolithic through to the end of the medieval period.

South Uist Projects and Environmental Research

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Prison-based Interventions for Muslim Offenders (PRIMO)

Designing, piloting and testing a coherent strategy to maximise the rehabilitative effects of Islam in prison.

Legacies of Learning: from Turath to Transformation

By exploring the lives of historic Muslim scholars, we are interested in analysing and drawing out principles about the way the Islamic tradition can enable human and educational flourishing.