The History, People and Culture of the Nile Valley
Ancient Egypt Magazine
Volume Four Issue One -- July/August 2003
Nefertiti: Egypt's Sun Queen
The end of the Amarna period and the ultimate fate of Nefertiti is still a subject for great debate. Our two-part series by Dr Joyce Tyldesley concludes.
Perched atop Pompey's Pillar
Early travellers to Egypt occasionally treated the monuments as entertainment. We know better, con-cludes Patrick F. Houlihan.
It's all gone pyramid-shaped!
More classic cartoons with an'Egyptian theme. Is humour simply another way of showing the ongoing world-wide fascination with this ancient culture. We think so.
A journey down a very real path with fictitious asso-ciations; a descent into the depths of the earth. Not crossword clues, but a memorable experience for Dylan Bickerstaffe.
'Egypt Reborn' at the BMA
Proudly revealed, more treasures of the Brooklyn Museum of Art on permanent display.
A curator's guide to the Louvre
A very special view for our readers.
Glittering garments for a young king.
Meet the personalities involved in Egyptology today, and learn about the issues.
Exhibition Previews and Reviews
Egyptology on the Internet
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