The Society is now making some of its older publications available as Open Access eBooks. This Open Access Monograph series is being launched with the publication of David Mattingly’s ground-breaking ‘The Archaeology of Fazzan’ Volumes 1, 2 and 3. Volume 4 is due to be released in 2018. These are available to both members and non-members, for digital download, in the following formats:
- PDF (best for desktop)
- EPUB (best for Nook, Kobo, Sony Reader and most tablets)
- MOBI (best for Kindle)
'The Archaeology of Fazzan’ is a major series of reports on the archaeology and history of Libya’s southwest desert region. The key element of the story of Fazzan is the existence here of an early Libyan civilisation, the Garamantes, and the publication of these volumes puts into the public domain a rich dossier of information about their antecedents and descendants in this desert environment.
This was a singularly important moment in Libya’s cultural history, with resonances also in Sub-Saharan Africa. There is great interest in the published volumes from specialists in Saharan, Sub-Saharan and Mediterranean archaeology and history, as for the first time we can see in detail the effect of early Trans-Saharan links.
Please choose which titles you wish to access from the list below. More titles will be added in due course.