Fieldwork is at the core of the Society's mission, thus making the resulting data available through our publications is a key obligation towards our supporters as well as the scientific community.
Our books are available from our distributors Bloomsbury and ISD (in North America).
Our main publication series are:
Excavation Memoirs publish the results of the Society's major fieldwork projects, a tradition begun in 1885 with Edouard Naville's volume on Tell el-Maskhuta and still continuing today. You find our latest volume here.
Texts from Excavations published the results of the philological study of texts discovered by the Society. This series is now discontinued, but the latest can still be found here.
For details of current issues, editorial panels and submission guidelines in our three periodical publications please visit the pages below.
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.
A volume of translations of papyri discovered by Grenfell and Hunt at Oxyrhynchus, as well as other papyri and Graeco-Roman material held by the Society.
The leading international journal for Egyptological research since 1914. Available to Society members as a subscription volume.