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Egyptian Archaeology 63

Recent research and fieldwork, autumn 2023.
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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 researcher.

Spring 2023

Contents

Around the Obelisk of Senusret I at Heliopolis, Aiman Ashmawy, Simon Connor, Florence Langermann and Dietrich Raue

Reading the Erasures at Hatshepsut’s Temple, Jun Yi Wong

The New Zodiac over Esna, Hisham El-Leithy, Christian Leitz, and Daniel von Recklinghausen

Temple of Hathor discovered at Saqqara, Ahmed M. Osman

Intriguing Animal Burials discovered at Abydos, Sameh Iskander

Has the Tomb of Thutmose II been found? Piers Litherland

Drawings along the Nile, Dorian Vanhulle

Fostering Pride in Sudanese heritage, Amanda Ford Spora

‘Tutankhamun the Boy’ at the Petrie Museum, Gemma Tully, Anna Garnett, Emma Bryant and Catriona Wilson

Mr. Hayter’s Notebook: Insights on the 1921 excavations at Amarna, Stephanie L. Boonstra and Anna K. Hodgkinson

Bookshelf
Peter J. Brand, Ramesses II: Egypt’s Ultimate Pharaoh 
Colin Reader, A Gift of Geology: Ancient Egyptian Landscapes and Monuments
John Romer, A History of Ancient Egypt, Volume 3

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