is to support and promote Egyptian cultural heritage. Read more
Many archaeological sites remain threatened so providing for fieldwork and research remains our core purpose and we support a number of sites across the Nile Valley in Egypt and Sudan.
Our provision of education and training focuses on the support of high-quality scientific archaeology in Egypt and our own fieldwork.
Click here to read more about our special resources for children aged 8 to 16 dedicated to exploring the history of Egypt and Sudan.
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Following the successful trial of online webinars from the EES, we will be launching a programme of online lectures during our closure due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Read more here. Read more
Un update on the latest workshop organised by the EES and hosted at the British Council, Cairo. Read more
The fifth edition of Who Was Who in Egyptology is now available! Read more
Join Stephanie Boonstra as she discusses the EES’ work at Abydos and Armant, and the recent rehousing of over 5000 fragile glass plate negatives in this online lecture. Read more
Join Carl Graves in this online lecture as he presents EES work at the rock tombs of Meir in Middle Egypt and the archives of Michael Apted held at the EES. Read more