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Amarna Reports I

The series of six volumes, entitled Amarna Reports, were published by the Society between 1984 and 1995 and have been out of print for some time. They have now been digitised by the Amarna Project and are here made available in pdf form.

The volumes are available at two standards of compression and page resolution. The smaller and lower version is intended for browsing. The larger and higher offers a better resolution of the illustrations. In the case of the photographs, these are scans made by the from original photographic prints. The pdf files are also available on the Project's web site here.

Introduction and Chapter 1 - Patterns of Activity at the Workmen's Village
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Chapter 2 - Report on the 1983 Excavations. Chapel 561/450 (The "Main Chapel")
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Chapter 3 - Report on the 1983 Excavations. Chapels 570 and 571
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Chapter 4 - Report on the 1983 Excavations. The Animal Pens (Building 400)
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Chapter 5 - Report on the 1983 Excavations. Commodity Delivery Area (Zir Area)
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Chapter 6 - Report on the 1983 Excavations. The Main Quarry
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Chapter 7 - Report on the 1983 Amarna Survey. Survey of the City
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Chapter 8 - A Resistivity Survey at El-Amarna
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Chapter 9 - Ring Bezels at El-Amarna
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Chapter 10 - The Pottery Distribution Analysis
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Chapters 11 and 12 - Preliminary Report on the Faunal Remains from the Workmen's Village / Pottery Cult Vessels from the Workmen's Village
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Chapter 13 - Radiocarbon Date Calibration Using Historically Dated Specimens from Egypt and New Radiocarbon Determinations for El-Amarna
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Chapter 14 and 15 - A Sediments Analysis of Mud and Brick and Natural Features at El-Amarna / Geomorphology and Prehistory at El-Amarna
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