The French Institute for the Near East (Ifpo) is today at the service of all the disciplines of the humanities and social sciences covering Antiquity up to the contemporary period. Ifpo promotes an understanding of the Near East in general and the societies and cultures of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, the Palestinian territories and Iraq in particular. With its three scientific departments (Contemporary Studies, Medieval and Modern Arab Studies, and Archaeology and Ancient History) research at Ifpo covers a large academic spectrum. Researchers collaborate with institutions in host societies as well as with the international academic community to build a shared scientific knowledge. Regional and international visibility has been increased through online access to an image gallery presenting the work of Ifpo's researchers, to part of the Institute's documentary collection, and to open access documents in the MédiHAL website. Going online is expected to improve the transparency of the Institute's mission in its regional environment and to foster a more systematic interaction with the international academic community as a whole.
Mosaïques d'Apamée (Syrie) Ifpo n° d'inventaire : 46480, Institut Français Du Proche-Orient Ifpo Tripoli (liban), Institut Français Du Proche-Orient Ifpo Sphynx en basalte provenant de Oum Raysse achetée à Irbid 12.1968 (Jordanie), Institut Français Du Proche-Orient Ifpo
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For further information concerning this collection, contact Thierry Buquet (Digital resources manager at Ifpo) or Philippe Vezie (manager of Ifpo's library).