Fascinated by the phenomenon of changes through times, I became an archaeologist. What looks today like an empty desert might have been a blossoming garden in the past. As archaeologists we look on the ground and try to find tiny traces of this garden. Everything changes. What will be tomorrow? Nobody knows. A few things persist from the past, fortunately, that provide us with clues as to what came before. Through excavation work I have travelled a lot all over the world. In Sudan, wherever I went, from Wadi Halfa to Kassala and to al-Qadarif, I have met many kind people.
Dittrich, Annett & Kerstin GessnerEarly Holocene landscapes on Mograt Island (Sudan) -perspectives and first results of the Late Prehistoric Survey 2014
Der antike Sudan. Mitteilungen der Sudanarchäologischen Gesellschaft zu Berlin 25 (2014): 127–144.
Dittrich, Annett, Kerstin Gessner, Sayantani Neogi, Maciej Ehlert & Nadine NoldeHolocene stratigraphies and sediments on Mograt Island (Sudan) – The second season of the Late Prehistoric Survey 2014/15
Der antike Sudan. Mitteilungen der Sudanarchäologischen Gesellschaft zu Berlin 26 (2015): 123–144.