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Top Posts & Pages
- Surveying in the Mansion of Gold; The Hatnub travertine (Egyptian Alabaster) quarries near Minya
- Ditch that total station and grab your tablet? ArcGIS Collector and QGIS QField mobile-GIS survey apps reviewed.
- Fakes and conspiracy theories: A cautionary tale for users of facebook archaeology pages.
- The myths about illegal antiquities and why you should never buy them!
- Artefacts from the Anglo-Saxon burial at Prittlewell exhibited in Southend Museum.
- Essex's Tutankhamun? Learning from seemingly incongruous comparisons.
- Provenance, fakes, uncertainty and ethics: The problems with legally purchased antiquities.
Blogs I follow
- geipepthode1979's Blog
- Trekkie Feminist
- Southend Museums
- Variant Readings
- Garstang Museum of Archaeology
- Manchester Ancient Egypt Society
- BM International Training Programme
- The History of Egypt Podcast
- Creative Researchers
- The Thesis Whisperer
- Papyrus Stories
- The Research Whisperer
- Amarna Anniversary
- The Bioarchaeology of Childhood | Sian Halcrow
- Free and Open Source GIS Ramblings
- The History of Byzantium
- Doug's Archaeology
- Archaeological Networks
- University of Cambridge Museums
- Chris Naunton
- Geoninja Info
- Nicky van de Beek
- Heritage for Transformation
- Byzantine Blog
- It's All Greek To Me
- Gates of Nineveh: An Experiment in Blogging Assyriology
- South Asasif Conservation Project
- Per Storemyr Archaeology & Conservation
- The Punching Bag
- Kristian Strutt
- Revealing Our History
- Amun-Ra Egyptology Blog
- Luxor Times
- Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology – UCL Culture Blog
- Tetisheri - Blog
- AMNTE NOFRE (Amentet Neferet)
- Ancient Egyptian Cobra Project
- Em Hotep!
- The Tell Basta Project
- The Egyptiana Emporium
- Egyptology News Network
- Dayr al-Barshā Project
- The Sirius Project
- iMalqata – A Joint Expedition
- Ancient Egypt Research Associates
Tag Archives: Egyptology
A review of the fantastic and rarely explored Egyptian collection in Havana. Continue reading
Can archaeologists be replaced by machines? As technology develops where does that leave the human? Continue reading
A great exhibition of Egyptian animal mummies is on at the World Museum, Liverpool. Continue reading
A great exhibition, thoroughly enjoyable. Both artistic and informative. Continue reading
The Unfinished Obelisk in the Aswan quarries was a failure as a monument, but provides valuable information on stone quarrying and obelisk carving. Continue reading
Changes to UK legislation will have a negative effect on attitudes to and protection of archaeology overseas? Continue reading