Egyptian Archaeology 61

Recent research and fieldwork, autumn 2022.
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Egyptian Archaeology is the EES full-colour magazine, reporting on current excavations, surveys and research in Egypt and Sudan, showcasing the work of the EES as well as of other missions and researchers.

Autumn 2022


Recent Discoveries at Saqqara, Zahi Hawass

The Chapel of Osiris on the Karnak Avenue of Sphinxes, Essam Nagy

Excavation of a Town House, Bianca Badalucco

The Stela Louvre IM 4246 Reunited with its Lunette, Mohammad Youssef and Didier Devauchelle

Heritage Everywhere, How the EES supported Egyptian cultural heritage at risk during COVID-19

Digging Diary 2022, Archaeological work undertaken in Egypt and Sudan since Spring 2022

Conserving the EES Collections, Stephanie Boonstra

When Valerius was Painting Deir el-Atrash’s Protection, Julie Marchand and Joachim Le Bomin

Landscape Laboratory: (Re)Exploring Rock Art at Wadi Hammamat, Jonathan Maître, Vincent Morel and Dorian Vanhulle

In the Footsteps of Nomads and Miners, Julien Cooper

25 Years of the EES Delta Survey, Jeffrey Spencer and Penelope Wilson


Garry J. Shaw, Egyptian Mythology: a traveller’s guide from Aswan to Alexandria
The Griffith Institute, Parkinson, R. B. (ed.), Tutankhamun: Excavating the Archive
Rune Nyord, Seeing Perfection: Ancient Egyptian Images beyond Representation

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