Ancient Egypt Magazine - Feb/Mar 2010: How a fragment of a statue from Saqqara has helped to identify a well-known statue in the British Museum. The geology and antiquities of Egypt’s Eastern Desert. Investigating Early Mummification, the origins of mummification in Egypt.
Ancient Egypt Magazine - Feb/Mar 2010
Ancient Egypt Magazine - Feb/Mar 2010

The latest volume features articles on: Mike Neilson reveals how a fragment of a statue from Saqqara has helped to identify a well-known statue in the British Museum. Continuing an exploration of the geology and antiquities of Egypt’s Eastern Desert.  Investigating Early Mummification, the origins of mummification in Egypt.

The worship of the Apis Bull was one of the longest-lasting cults of the Egyptian Pantheon. Betty Winkelman looks at the great Middle Kingdom fortresses in Nubia, now lost beneath the waters of Lake Nasser. Featured Pharaoh: Senusret III - AE looks at the reign of this Middle Kingdom king.  As well as all the latest Egyptology News and regular features.

Ancient Egypt Magazine - Britain's only dedicated Egyptology magazine. The magazine features articles and book reviews on all aspects of Ancient Egyptian History, People and Culture of the Nile Vallery. The magazine is published 6 times per year.

Robert Partridge is the Editor, he lectures for the University of Manchester, runs the Ancient Egypt Picture Library and is the author and publisher of several books on Ancient Egypt. He is Chairman of the Manchester Ancient Egypt Society. The Consultant Editor is Professor Rosalie David OBE, she is Director of the KNH Centre for Biomedical and Forensic Studies in Egyptology at the University of Manchester. She is also Director of the Certificate in Egyptology and the UK’s first woman professor in the subject, with many publications and TV appearances to her name.

Ancient Egypt Magazine - Feb/Mar 2010
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