The Society’s archaeological work since 1882 has produced countless artefacts that tell us much about the ancient Egyptians and the material world in which they lived. During 2014 and 2015 a number of volunteers scanned object card records in the Society archives, including those from Amara West, Tell el-Amarna, Armant, Buhen, the Nubian Sondage Survey, and Sesebi. Thousands of cards were digitized and are now all available via the Society’s Flickr feed.

Katherine writes about the Tell el-Amarna archive here.