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 researchers and field directors. 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: Living colour: The Met Museum’s Temple of Dendur, Erin A. Peters and Diana Craig Patch The early temple of Ptah at Karnak, Guillaume Charloux and Christophe Thiers Matariya 2016: Ramesside dynasties at Heliopolis, Aiman Ashmawy and Dietrich Raue Discovered, lost, rediscovered: Userhat and Khonsuemheb, Nozomu Kawai Shabtis from tombs MMA 1151 and 1152 in western Thebes, Marta Kaczanowicz Catching up with the Colossi: the 2015-16 seasons, Hourig Sourouzian King Sahure in Elkab, Dirk Huyge One Theban tomb, 1000 years of burial, Margaret Maitland 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.