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Excavation Memoirs

 

From then... to now.

    

Left: The cover of Naville's publication of his work at Maskhuta (here, the 4th edition of 1903). Right: Our latest Excavation Memoir, 131 years later, Amara West III by Patricia Spencer (with a little taster here).

The results of the Society's major field work projects are published in the Excavation Memoirs series, which was begun in 1885 with Edouard Naville's volume on the first season of work undertaken by the society, at Tell el Maskhuta, the Store-City of Pithom and the Route to Exodus.

All volumes in print are available from the Society's London office. For a full list or to place an order please visit our Online Shop.

EES members receive a 15% discount off the full price of all our publications.

Recent additions to the series include:

 
David O'Connor

 

  Sais II: The Prehistoric Period at Sa el-Hagar
Penelope Wilson, Gregory Gilbert and Geoffrey Tassie
 

Working in Memphis: The production of faience at Roman Period Kom Helul

Paul Nicholson

   

Qasr Ibrim: The Ballana Phase

William Adams

 

The Anubieion at Saqqara III: Pottery from the Archaic to the Third Intermediate Period

Peter French

   

Late Roman Glassware and Pottery from Amarna and Related Studies

Jane Faiers

 

Akhenaten's Workers: The Amarna Stone Village Survey, 2005-9. Volume II: The Faunal and Botanical Remains

Anna Stevens

   

Akhenaten's Workers: The Amarna Stone Village Survey, 2005-9. Volume I: The Survey, Excavations and Architecture

Anna Stevens

 

The Survey of Memphis VI: Kom Rabia: The Late Middle Kingdom Settlement

Lisa Giddy

   

Sais I: The Ramesside-Third Intermediate Period at Kom Rebwa

Penelope Wilson

 

     

Below, you find our backlist, many titles of which are now available at a reduced price in the EES Book and Journal Sale.

The Tomb of Maya and Meryt I: The Reliefs, Inscriptions and Commentary (Excavation Memoir 99). 2012. By Geoffrey T. Martin. Out of stock.

Busy Lives at Amarna: Excavations in the Main City (Grid 12 and the House of Ranefer, N49.18) (Vol. I): The Excavations, Architecture and Environmental Remains (Excavation Memoir 90). 2011. By Barry Kemp and Anna Stevens. Out of stock.

Busy Lives at Amarna: Excavations in the Main City (Grid 12 and the House of Ranefer, N49.18) (Vol. II): The Objects (Excavation Memoir 91). 2011. By Barry Kemp and Anna Stevens. Out of stock.

Qasr Ibrim: The Cathedral Church (Excavation Memoir 97). 2010. By Fred Aldsworth.

Qasr Ibrim: The Textiles from the Cathedral Cemetery (Excavation Memoir 96). 2010. By Elisabeth Grace Crowfoot.

Qasr Ibrim: The Earlier Medieval Period (Excavation Memoir 89). 2010. By William Adams.

The Survey of Memphis IV: Kom Rabia: The New Kingdom Pottery (Excavation Memoir 93). 2010. By Janine Bourriau.

The Survey of Memphis VII: The Hekekyan Papers and other sources for the Survey of Memphis (Excavation Memoir 95). 2010. By David Jeffreys.

Late Period Pottery from the New Kingdom Necropolis at Saqqara (Excavation Memoir 92). 2010. By David Aston and Barbara Aston.

The Memphite Tomb of Horemheb, Commander-in-Chief of Tutakhamun IV: Human Skeletal Remains (Excavation Memoir 87). 2008. By Eugen Strouhal. Out of stock.

The West Delta Regional Survey, Beheira and Kafr el-Sheikh Provinces (Excavation Memoir 86). 2009. By Penelope Wilson and Dimitris Grigoropoulos. Out of stock.

The Main Chapel at the Amarna Workmen's Village and its Wall Paintings (Excavation Memoir 85). 2007By Fran Weatherhead and Barry Kemp.

The Meroitic Temple Complex at Qasr Ibrim (Excavation Memoir 84). 2007By Pamela J Rose, with contributions by D N Edwards, G Pyke, P Wilson, J Hallof and S-A Ashton.

The Eighteenth Dynasty Pottery Corpus from Amarna (Excavation Memoir 83). 2007By Pamela J. Rose. Out of stock.

The Roman Imperial Quarries: Volume 2, The Excavations. Survey and Excavation at Mons Porphyrites 1994-1998 (Excavation Memoir 82). 2007By David Peacock and Valerie Maxfield.

The Survey of Memphis III: The Third Intermediate Period Levels (Excavation Memoir 81). 2007By David Aston and David Jeffreys. Out of stock.

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