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EES Newsletters

Below are links to pdf versions of the Society’s newsletters, ‘News and Events’ and the 'EES e-newsletter', and also to an earlier newsletter published between 1987 and 1990.

The EES Newsletter: London Edition (formerly 'News & Events')

The Society’s paper newsletter is mailed to members three times a year. The Society’s events are announced here and the newsletter also includes details of new publications, fundraising campaigns, sales of second-hand books on eBay, and governance related issues such as the election of Trustees etc.

News & Events Summer 2008

News & Events Autumn / Winter 2008

News & Events Spring 2009

News & Events Summer 2009

News & Events Autumn / Winter 2009

News & Events Spring / Summer 2010

News & Events Summer 2010

News & Events Autumn / Winter 2010-11

The EES Newsletter Issue 1 (Spring 2011)

The EES Newsletter Issue 2 (Summer 2011)

The EES Newsletter Issue 3 (Autumn/Winter 2011-12)

The EES Newsletter Issue 4 (Spring 2012)

The EES Newsletter Issue 5 (Summer 2012)

The EES Newsletter Issue 6 (Autumn 2012)

The EES Newsletter Issue 7 (Spring 2013)

The EES Newsletter Issue 8 (Summer 2013)

The EES Newsletter Issue 9 (Autumn 2013)

The EES Newsletter Issue 10 (Spring 2014)

The EES Newsletter Issue 11 (Summer/Autumn 2014)

The EES Newsletter Issue 12 (Autumn 2014)

The EES Newsletter Issue 13 (Spring 2015)

The EES Newsletter: Cairo Edition

In Spring 2014 the Society produced the first Cairo Edition of its Newsletter in both English and Arabic.

The EES Newsletter Issue 1 (Spring/Summer 2014) Arabic version

The EES Newsletter Issue 2 (Autumn/Winter 2014) Arabicversion

The EES Newsletter Issue 2 (Autumn/Winter 2014) English version 

The EES Newsletter (1987-1990)

The Society circulated six issues of its original newsletter to members and friends between 1987 and 1990. The newsletter was the precursor to Egyptian Archaeology which superseded it in 1991. The newsletter contained short articles on the Society’s fieldwork and related research and also a fascinating series on the Society’s dig-houses, at Amarna (issue #1), Armant (#3), Qasr Ibrim (#4), and Sesebi and Amara (#5).

The EES Newsletter No 1 November 1987

The EES Newsletter No 2 March 1988

The EES Newsletter No 3 October 1988

The EES Newsletter No 4 March 1989

The EES Newsletter No 5 October 1989

The EES Newsletter No 6 October 1990

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