Heritage studies


  • Researchers are welcome on working days from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m.
    Contact: Nadine Devleeschouwer.
  • Assessments are carried out free of charge by appointment. For ethical reasons, no indication of the market value or opinion regarding the authenticity of an object will be expressed.

    ethnographic objects from sub-Saharan Africa. By appointment only every first Wednesday of the months of February, April, June, August, October, and December. Contact: Julien Volper.

    Archaeological heritage remains the inherent property of the owner of the land, including the State in question. Archaeological digs cannot be carried out without the authorisation of the relevant authorities, and materials found as a result cannot be exported without an export authorisation.

    - prehistoric stone artefacts found south of the Sahara. Contact: Els Cornelissen.

    - pottery found south of the Sahara. Contact: Alexandre Livingstone Smith.
    Alexandre Livingstone Smith offers an explanation and guidance concerning surveys for people living or working in Africa with an interest in documenting the production of contemporary pottery by appointment. This information is indispensable to us for the development of a reference database.
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