As we consider site management an important task at Tuna el-Gebel, we commissioned an Egyptian company in Cairo to produce four new signs according to our area of research. The four signs are: “Welcome at Tuna el-Gebel” at the entrance gate of the archaeological area, “The tomb of Petosiris” next to the famous tomb, and “The Roman necropolis” and “The tomb of Isidora” next to the tomb house of Isidora. They were placed at the site on October 29th, 2018 by Katja Lembke and Sayed Abdel Malik.
In spring 2018 we held another field school as part of the “International Summer- and Field-School Program for Archaeology, Conservation and Restoration of Arts and Cultural Heritage” and is financially supported by the Volkswagen Stiftung, Germany. It is a cooperation project of the Ministry of Antiquities (MoA), Minya University, the State Museum of Lower Saxony Hanover/Germany and supported by the University of Applied Sciences HAWK in Hildesheim, Germany.