Founded in 1990 by Dr. Béatrix Midant-Reynes, the Archéo-Nil Journal is dedicated to the Prehistory and Protohistory of the Nile Valley and its environs.
Its themes concern a very broad chronology, from the first Neolithic communities until the emergence of complex societies within a wide geographical area,
from the shores of Eastern Mediterranean Sea, to the sources of the River Nile, as well as their neighbouring desert regions. At the crossroads of various
disciplines such as Prehistory, Archaeology, Egyptology, Anthropology or Ethnology; Archéo-Nil is a journal not only targeted at scholars within these fields.
The Society aims to facilitate the exchange of ideas between scholars and professionals as well as the much wider public.
Archéo-Nil publishes an annual journal that brings together a combination of academic articles, short notes, reports concerning scientific work or conferences,
as well as a yearly update of the bibliography citing books and articles recently published. The contributions are written in French and English by international
specialists. Archéo-Nil journal is available in all Egyptological bookshops and libraries.
The Editorial Board of the journal is assisted by an international Scientific Board that includes 20 scholars from the fields of Egyptology, Prehistory and Archaeology,
representing eight different countries.
Archéo-Nil society members receive the annual Archéo-Nil Journal by post mail. Back issues are available for purchase at Cybèle. Out of print back issues are now
available for download in PDF format on this website.