The Egyptian Archaeology Magazine is the bulletin of The Egypt Exploration Society. This issue contains features on: The EES Oral History Project, Petrie at Abydos in 1900: Margaret Murray's album, Climate change in early Egypt, the Dahshur tomb of the Vizier Siese rediscovered, Ancient landscapes around the Opet temple, Karnak.
The tomb chapel of Isisnofret at Saqqara, recent discoveries from Oxyrhynchus, embalmers' caches in the shaft tombs at Abu Sir and the temple treasures of Taposiris Magna.
The Bulletin of the Society (Egyptian Archaeology) is a glossy colour magazine style publication with lavishly illustrated articles on recent excavations and research in Egypt. The Society's own projects in Egypt are described, as well as the work of other expeditions from many countries.
The Bulletin also contains listings of Egyptological events and a valuable up-to-date summary of current archaeological work in Egypt. Two issues are published in each subscription year, in the Autumn and Spring.
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- Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt
Goddess of Justice
Ma'at is the Egyptian goddess of justice. She is a lunar goddess. She ruled over laws, order, and justice, as well as the motion of the cosmos. Her emblem is the feather, used to judge the souls of the deceased.
Ma'at is the principal of universal justice and divine order believed to be set forth by her at the time of the world's creation.