Click on any of the following Egypt-related sites
(Updated 08 November, 2008)
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Alexander the Great – Excellent illustrated history by John Popovic
Amarna letters online to the public - The famous 14th-century B.C.E archive is viewable in high-resolution detail for scholars and public alike.
Amarna project - Information on the Amarna excavations, will add update shortly.
Ancient Egypt & World Prehistory – A great introduction to the concept of archaeology
Ancient Egyptian Society of Western Australia – TESSA’s sister society ‘down under’!
Ancient Studies Blog Stellenbosch - Very interesting & entertaining Stellenbosch University blog with information about animal mummies.
Aeraweb – Very good site: Dr Lehner directs the Giza Plateau mapping project.
Archaeology Magazine – Lively and happening US site, anything but dry
Astronomical Alignments in Karnak Temple - Interesting and thought provoking article by David Furlong
Bibliotheca Alexandrina - Egyptian site – The new library at Alexandria, Egyptology section
British Museum – Explore the Ancient Egypt page…………..very good!
Computer Aided Egyptological research – Including a virtual expo
Dictionary of ancient Egypt – What all the words mean etc.
EES – A link to the Egypt Exploration Society, TESSA is a member and regularly receives EES magazines and bulletins; these can be borrowed from the TESSA library, please speak to Colleen about these!
Egyptian Gazette – All about Cairo, past and present
Egypt Information Highway – Egyptian government information portal
Egypt News & Gossip – Nigel Strudwick combs the media for you – current news digest
Egypt State Information Office – Gateway to Egypt – Egypt State Information Service
Egypt Today Travel – Great packages with a great personal guide
Egypt Voyager – A superb general site
Emhotep - A truly amazing site, filled with information of all sorts – there is a list of Egyptology sites on face book and TESSA name is there! Thank you David Payne!
Excavations at Edfu – Read all about the current excavations and finds at Edfu
Excavation Projects Delta and Sinai – Survey and Excavation projects, current fieldwork reports
Film Site – All the movies featuring ancient Egypt.
Giza Plateau Mapping Project - Information on the work of Dr Mark Lehner and his international team on the Giza Plateau.
Graffiti on Nubian monuments – A testimony of the early travellers in Egypt and the Sudan
Great Pyramid – Rudolf Gantenbrink – A scientific report about the ‘air shafts’ inside the Cheops pyramid
Griffith Institute – This institute houses an incredible collection that will be of great interest to all members; there are archives housing documents, 19th century photos, paintings by Howard Carter, as well as and portraits & handwriting of Egyptologists.
Guardians Egypt – Surf the ancient world with an enthusiast.
Hieroglyphs in Australia – Seeing is believing.
Joan Lansberry - Joan Lansberry’s page has the most wonderful photos of AE artefacts, taken at various museums mostly in the US. Very well worth a long visit!
Louvre Museum, Paris – One of the greatest collections outside Egypt, wonderful artefacts on display!
Karnak Temple - A great site, allows you to ‘virtually visit’ any part of this wonderful temple – lovely!
KMT Modern Journal of Egyptology – the journal is issued quarterly; well known Egyptologists contribute the articles which are accompanied by copious coloured illustrations. Expensive but worth it!
Manchester Ancient Egyptian Society – Another sister society!
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City - Incredible site – magnificent collections of all kinds, the Egypt galleries feature genuine ancient Egyptian temples; taken apart stone by stone in Egypt and put back together again in these galleries!
Mummifying Alan: Egypt’s Last Secret - website of Drs Joann Fletcher & Stephen Buckley – contains some clips and still in early stages of development; keep an eye on this site, its sure to develop into a site of great interest.
Osirisnet.net- Fabulous site that allows you to ‘virtually enter’ some tombs, including the closed tomb of Nefertari
Society for Underwater Discovery – Alexandria harbour, ancient shipwrecks and more
Sussex Egyptology Society - one of our fellow Egyptological societies; they have a link with us via our 2 facebook pages.
Tel Edfu blog - Read about the latest discoveries at the Edfu excavations.
Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society – and another one!
The Rosetta Stone -Bringing the Rosetta Stone back to Egypt
Theban Mapping Project - Detailed coverage – Valley of the Kings
Tutankhamun site with images – Fan site with kids’ section
University of Chicago – Oriental Institute – The research archives
Valley of the Kings Foundation – The website of archaeologist Nicholas Reeves
Waseda University – Egyptian Culture Center – Japanese academics – activities, reports, excavations
World Art Treasures – The antiquities collection of JE Berger, Switzerland
Zahi Hawass Web Page – Web page belonging to the former Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Egypt