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.

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Banner image: The capital of column 5 (after conservation) below the eastern part of Bay E (before conservation) at the temple of Esna, Hisham El-Leithy, Christian Leitz and Daniel von Recklinghausen, EA 63, 2023.

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Current Issue

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Puzzle of a Pyramid Life, Hana Navratilova and Chloé Agar

Dispelling the Myths about Ancient Egyptian Copper Tools, Martin Odler

Botanical Remains from South Abydos: What archaeobotany can reveal about ancient settlement sites, Alaa Shams

Digging Diary 2023–24: Archaeological work undertaken in Egypt and Sudan since spring 2023

The Mews-eum: A history of 4 Doughty Mews, Stephanie Boonstra

Egypt at the Horniman Museum, Alice Williams

Tutankhamun, Art and Yorkshire: Rediscovering ancient Egypt in god’s own county, Joann Fletcher

Life and Works of Mohammed Abdel Mohsen El-Khachab: The first Egyptian Curator of the Numismatic Collection at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Khaled Ismail

Abraham I. Fernández Pichel (ed.), How Pharaohs Became Media Stars: Ancient Egypt and Popular Culture
Bettany Hughes, The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World
Bill Manley, The Oldest Book in the World: Philosophy in the Age of the Pyramids

Morris Leonard Bierbrier (1947–2024)


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Omniya Abdel Barr, Heba Abd El-Gawad, Anna Garnett, Loretta Kilroe, Roberta Mazza, Ahmed Nakshara, Campbell Price

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