Tag Archives: archaeology

Essex’s Tutankhamun? Learning from seemingly incongruous comparisons.

What do we learn from comparing an Anglo-Saxon burial in Prittlewell with Egypt’s famous Tutankhamun? Continue reading

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A Review of the Garstang Museum’s ‘Before Egypt: Art, Culture and Power’ exhibition at the Victoria Gallery and Museum at the University of Liverpool

The Garstang Museum’s ‘Before Egypt’ exhibition reviewed! Pots, palettes, some stunning artefacts and a female Pharaoh. Continue reading

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Artefacts from the Anglo-Saxon burial at Prittlewell exhibited in Southend Museum.

A Review of the new exhibition of the Prittlewell Princely burial in Southend Museum Continue reading

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Re-thinking Beds and bedrooms in Ancient Egypt: Thoughts provoked by Nadine Moeller’s The Archaeology of Urbanism in Ancient Egypt 

How did Egyptians use their bedrooms? How do we interpret ancient spaces? Nadine Moeller’s new book on Egyptian Urbanism provides food for thought. Continue reading

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