Ode de Kort
Eleanor Duffin
Patricia Domingues
Griet Moors
Ellen Schroven
Nadia Sels
Arne De Winde
Kris Nauwelaerts
Geoffrey Brusatto
Stan Hendrickx
Peter Snowdon
Carla Swerts
Patrick Ceyssens
Tom Lambeens
Sofie Gielis


Maria Gil Ulldemolins
Saidja Heynickx
Remco Roes
Kris Pint


(Sofie Gielis & Patrick Ceyssens)
Stan Hendrickx

Stan Hendrickx studied archaeology at Leuven University (PhD 1989). Since 1977, he participates on a yearly basis in excavations in Egypt.

He worked for the excavations and surveys at Elkab, Adaïma, Mahgar Dendera, Dayr al-Barsha, Hierakonpolis, Naq’ el-Qarmilla, Naq’ el-Hamdulab, on the Abu Ballas Trail and in the Khufu region. For most of these excavations and surveys, he worked as a ceramologist and participated in the excavation reports. Besides ceramology, his research focuses on the time frame stretching from the Predynastic period up to the end of the Old Kingdom.

In the past, the chronology of the Naqada culture has been a specific point of interest, while at present a wide range of iconographic studies concerning the Predynastic and Early Dynastic periods are the core aspect of his research. For the latter, visualisation is a very important aspect, facilitating access to both scientific and didactic publications. Collaboration with illustrator Merel Eyckerman in the research project Non-fiction graphic design exemplified by excavations in Egypt allows to develop high standards and an innovative approach.

He edits (presently together with Wouter Claes) the Analytical Bibliography of the Prehistory and the Early Dynastic Period of Egypt and Northern Sudan, updated yearly in Archéo-Nil. He is a member of the editorial board of several scientific journals and of the International Committee for the Origin of the State, Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt conferences which are organised every three years. Furthermore he is corresponding member of the German Archaeological Institute (Berlin) and associated member of the Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences (Brussels).

Specialisatie: Archaeology in Egypt; visualisation for archaeology
Website: https://mad-fac.academia.edu/StanHendrickx
Contactgegevens: s.hendrickx@pandora.be

(c) Merel Eyckerman