Now a team from the German Archaeological Institute, working alongside staff from Qatar Museums Authority (QMA), aims to change this.
What does GAI stand for?
GAI stands for German Archaeological Institute
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In the following article an experienced archeologist from the German Archaeological Institute in Berlin presents a short characterization of the most important prehistoric sites in Turkmenistan.
In Afghanistan, it funds the documentation of archaeological sites, a task addressed by the German Archaeological Institute.
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] [FIGURE 2 OMITTED] In Pergamon (modern Bergama in Turkey), the excavations that were begun in the second half of the 19th century in collaboration with the German Archaeological Institute are still being successfully continued.
Tomb U-j at Umm el-Qaab near Abydos, which is being excavated by the German Archaeological Institute, has been a treasure trove of earliest writing (see G.
Gunter Dreyer, director of the German Archaeological Institute, said the hieroglyphics found at the cemetery of King Scorpion I may be older than writings left by the Sumerians in Mesopotamia.
Since 1988, workmen have been guided by photos from the 1850s and a color-coded, stone-by-stone blueprint of the Sphinx produced by the Cairo-based American Research Center and German Archaeological Institute.