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. Guidelines for contributors Subscribing to EA Full members of the EES receive Egyptian Archaeology twice a year. So why not make sure you’ll never miss an issue by joining the Society and supporting Egypt's unique heritage? Individual copies are also available through our online shop. For institutions such as libraries and universities we recommend setting up a standing order. To do so, please contact our Finance Manager. Current issue Contents: Monuments of Elkab: taking a closer look, W. Vivian Davis, Luigi Prada, and Susanne Woodhouse Zawyet Sultan: the pyramid and the tomb of Khunes in context, Richard Bussmann and Gianluca Miniaci Scented resins for scented figures, Alexis Den Doncker and Hugues Tavier A royal ka-temple and the rise of Old Kingdom Bubastis, Eva Lange-Athinodorou and Ashraf es-Senussi Digging Diary 2018 Buto I: the city's early history, Ulrich Hartung Buto II: the Late Period, Pascale Ballet Amarna in Edinburgh: excavating the archive and the museum, Daniel Potter The lady vanishes: the case of Helen Mary Tirard, Clare Lewis Petrie in Nuwayrat, Bart Vanthuyne 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, and Luigi Prada.