Writing for EA To submit your article or if you have any queries, please contact the Editor Subject matter Recent and current projects of Egyptologists and archaeologists working in the field, in museums and archives, within a date range from the prehistoric to the medieval period. Style and language EA is a ‘popular’ magazine. Contributors can assume a solid general knowledge of the subject among our readers, but our aim is not to publish to academic standard. Your guiding principle should be to tell a story: Why is this find interesting? What is the aim of my research? What is new or unusual about it? Therefore: contextualise research and findings. This will help non‐expert readers to get the most from reading your article use non-technical language (no diacritical marks, except for accents in modern European languages; no transliterations; hieroglyphs only where absolutely necessary) leave out bibliographical references and footnotes Only articles in English will be considered. Format Word document. No more than 1800 words (better 1500). We reserve the right to edit articles to fit limited space. Please provide short end credits containing the author’s present position and include essential acknowledgements for academic, financial or practical help. State clearly any required photographic credits. Authors are responsible for obtaining copyright permissions. Illustrations Images are a great way to tell your story and to make for an eye-catching article, and we strongly encourage you to provide illustrations (and suitable captions). While the number we can publish is limited, we appreciate a choice of about 8 to 10 images. We accept all common formats such as TIFF, JPEG, BMP, PDF. Please ensure high enough resolution: at least 300 dpi at print size, ideally higher to allow for enlargement. Images can be sent on CD, by e‐mail or uploaded to a hosting site. Proofs Time to press permitting, we will aim to send a PDF proof for your approval and corrections. Author copies We do not provide printed complimentary copies, but you will receive a PDF of the complete issue and a separate PDF of your article. Authors can purchase up to 10 hard copies at half price, to be paid in advance. Authors may post their PDFs online on academic websites, such as Academia.edu and/or the websites of authors’ institutions, six months after publication.