The Near Eastern Archaeology Foundation at the University of Sydney (NEAF) facilitates research in the archaeology of the Near East, Egypt and Cyprus, and brings the world of Near Eastern archaeology to the general public.

NEAF activites include public lectures and seminars, archaeological study tours, publications, and sponsorship of the archaeological expedition to Pella in Jordan. NEAF also provides annual research grants to students in Australia and New Zealand.

Please select from the menu to the left.

Fire Temples and Towers of Silence: Zoroastrian Architectural Legacies - a NEAF public lecture by Prof. Alison Betts (18 May 2016). See 'NEAF Lectures'.