The latest volume features articles on: New excavations in the tombs of the Nobles at Luxor, Birgit Schoer reports on last season’s excavations at the tomb of Karakhamun at Thebes. How a mummy in an Italian collection is not all that it would seem to be. Craig Milner looks at the rare survival of a large number of model boats found in a Middle Kingdom tomb at Deir el- Bersha.
Minoans and Mycenaeans in ancient Egypt: Marta Farrugia and Anton Mifsud look at the links between these ancient civilisations. Sailing the Red Sea: How a modern replica of an ancient Egyptian boat sailed in the wake of Hatshepsut. As well as all the latest Egyptology News and regular features.
Egyptian Archaeology Vol 36: The Egyptian Archaeology Magazine is the bulletin of The Egypt Exploration Society.
Ancient Egypt Magazine - Dec 2009/Jan 2010: A Relief of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III in Bournemouth. Bob Partridge proposes some possible reasons for the introduction of mummification and dispels some myths. An exploration of the geology and antiquities of Egypt’s Eastern Desert by Colin Reader.
The Pharaohs by Dr Joyce Tyldesley is an illustrated history of the kings who ruled over this extraordinary land, narrating the story of 30 dynasties starting around 3100 BC when the first pharaoh, Menes, unified Upper and Lower Egypt, and ending with the conquest of Egypt in 332 BC by Alexander the Great.
Ancient Egypt Magazine - April/May 2009: Tomb KV63 in the Valley of the Kings, Dental Health and Dentistry in Ancient Egypt, Luxor Temple’s Mosque, Egypt’s Eastern Desert, and the Work of the Egypt Exploration Society.
Ancient Egypt Magazine - Jun/Jul 2006: The latest volume features articles on Ancient Egyptian Wine, New investigations on the residue in wine jars found in the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Belzoni’s Sarcophagi.
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 - Aug/Sept 2009: The Temple of Montu at El Tod, The Missing Sarcophagus of Menkaura, Ancient Egypt at Highclere Castle, The Seth-animal: a Dog and its Master, The Egypt Exploration Society
Ancient Egypt Magazine - June/July 2009: The Mosque of Abu Hagag, Dental Health & Dentistry in Ancient Egypt, KV-63 Update: 2009 Seaso, Egypt Exploration Society and The Delta Survey, The Open Air Museum at Karnak Temple, and Tutankhamun’s Headrests.
An Ancient Egyptian Herbal by Lisa Manniche: This is one of the very few accessible books on the use of herbs and spices used in Ancient Egypt.
The latest volume features articles on the newly-discovered tomb in the Valley of the Kings, Sinful Barbarians and Part- Time Legionaries.
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Goddess of Lower Egypt
Often shown as a cobra, or as the head of the cobra, Wadjet can be seen rearing from the forehead of the rulers. Evidence of her protection is most notable upon the funerary mask of Tutankhamen. Occasionally, she has been shown in the guise of her "eye of divine vengeance" role, as a lioness.