Egyptian Archaeology Egyptian Archaeology is our full-colour magazine, published in spring and autumn, reporting on current excavations, surveys and research in Egypt, showcasing the work of the EES as well as of other missions and researchers. Full members of the EES receive Egyptian Archaeology for free twice a year. So why not make sure you’ll never miss an issue by joining the Society and supporting our work in Egypt? Guidelines for contributors Current issue Contents: Dreams, rising stars, and falling geckos: divination in ancient Egypt, Luigi Prada Warm hoopoe’s blood and cardamom: a Coptic medical text, Jennifer Cromwell Kafr Hassan Dawood from the Late Period to the Late Antique, Geoffrey Tassie and Fekri A. Hassan The trail of the sphinxes: from the Nile to the Neva, Hourig Sourouzian Displaying social mobility during the reign of Senwosret I, Martin Bommas Amara West: combining old and new datasets, Manuela Lehmann Amara West: archival records and local memories, Tomomi Fushiya Wadi el-Hudi Site 4: a lost amethyst mining settlement, Kate Liszka A Middle Kingdom stela from a Graeco-Roman Red Sea port, Martin Hense and Steven Sidebotham Two newly-found temple reliefs from Lisht, Mohamed Youssef Ali Advertising Please contact the Editor if you would like to advertise in EA. Our current rates can be found here. Editorial advisers Aidan Dodson, Cédric Gobeil, John J Johnston, Caitlin McCall, Luigi Prada and Alice Stevenson.