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  • PhD Research Student
    MSS in Archaeology
    MBA in Information Technology Management
    BSS (Hons.) in Archaeology

Areas of Interest

Field Archaeology (archaeological survey & excavation)

Community Archaeology
Alluvial Geoarchaeology
Material Culture 
Archaeology of Early Medieval Bengal

Ahmed Sharif

Senior Lecturer


He has eight years’ experience in the field of archaeological research, particularly in “field archaeology” in country’s most prestigious university like Jahangirnagar University. He has conducted many archaeological survey programs and participated several archaeological excavation programs in north western part of Bangladesh. He has experience in providing hands on experience to the under graduate and graduate students in the field archaeology.

Research & Awards

Current Projects:
Archaeological survey, excavation and research at Bhitargarh Archaeological Site, Panchagarh, Bangladesh. Funded by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs, Government of Bangladesh.



Journal Articles

Rahman, A. K. M. S., & Sharif, A. (2008). Dhakar Bhumiruper Itihas: Akti Mughal Rajdhanir Prathomic Bhu-Prantatattic Porjalochona [History of Geomorphology of Dhaka: A Primary Analysis of Geoarchaeological Context of a Mughal Capital]. Pratnatattva,14, 73-80, 


Sen, S., Islam, K.  M., Akanda, M. K. H., Sharif, A., & Ahsan, S. M. K. (2010).  Survey Archaeology in the Margin: Construction and analysis of the initial database of the recognized and recorded archaeological data/places of present Biral Thana, Dinajpur of Northwestern part of Bangladesh. In M. M.

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