The History, People and Culture of the Nile Valley
Ancient Egypt Magazine
Volume Four Issue Two -- October/November 2003
Tales from the Crypts
Cathie Bryan takes us on a spooky seasonal tour of some tombs with an Egyptian theme in Paris.
'Without exception, held to be sacred': the Egyptian Cat
Topping the list of favourite Egyptian animals, here's part 1 of the story of the cat in Egypt from expert (and cat lover) Joyce Filer.
Lepsius' inscription on the Great Pyramid
The famous pyramids of Giza do not have any external inscriptions - or do they? Patrick F. Houlihan reveals all (not a lot of people know this!).
Inspired by Egypt
An occasional series focuses on an unusual piece (or pieces, to be accurate) now resident in the USA.
Conference special report
An overview of some recent UK events of significance.
Curator's Choice: The Detroit Institute of Art
There could be no better guide to some well-chosen pieces than curator William Peck.
Meet the personalities involved in Egyptology today, and learn about the issues.
Exhibition Previews and Reviews
Egyptology on the Internet
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