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  • The Ancient Egypt Film Site - Information on past and present films dealing with Ancient Egypt or Egyptology.
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  • The Ancient Egypt Site - The history, language and culture of Ancient Egypt, by Egyptologist Jacques Kinnaer.
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  • Aspects of Life in Ancient Egypt - Descriptions of daily life, material culture, social and political institutions, economy and geography of pharaonic Egypt
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  • Date Converter for Ancient Egypt - A scientific tool for converting calendar dates mentioned in Greek and Demotic Papyri from Egypt into Julian dates.
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  • Dig Days: Hidden Treasures on View - From Al-Ahram Weekly, can you imagine that an Ancient Egyptian physician once fitted a patient with a prosthetic toe?
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  • Early Dynastic Egypt - Francesco Raffaele presents an illustrated history of the second and third dynasties, king by king, with references. Also corpora of First Dynasty labels and Early Dynastic inscriptions, and articles.
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  • Egypt's Treasures in Danger - Egypt calls for urgent action to save the monuments of the Nile Delta.
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  • Egyptian Royal Tombs of the New Kingdom - Maps, diagrams, and detailed information about the Egyptian Royal Tombs from Kelley L. Ross.
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  • Egyptology in Poland - A portal for Polish Egyptology, includes a history, suggested readings, museums, links, and gallery.
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  • Egyptology Resources - Internet resources, including mailing lists, news and gossip, contact information for institutes and individuals, journals and links from Nigel Strudwick.
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  • Famous Lives - From Al-Ahram Weekly, Saqqara tomb of a scribe in Akhenaten's reign and a colossal statue of one of Ramses II's wives at Zagazig have shed more light on two famous Pharaohs.
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  • Few Had Wealth in Ancient Egypt - From Nature, Most ancient Egyptians were on the poverty line while a handful of priest-kings held fabulous wealth.
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  • Further Observations Concerning the Valley of the Kings - Article by Donald P. Ryan.
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  • Giza Archives Project - Designed to serve as a centralized online repository for archaeological activity at the Old Kingdom Giza necropolis, beginning with the Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts excavations (1902-1947). Page contains thousands of excavation photographs, expedition diary pages, object register book pages, maps, tomb plans and sections, books and articles.
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  • The Global Egyptian Museum - Includes 6,600 objects from 10 European collections, with extensive documentation and color photography.
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  • Golden Hopes from Pharaoh's Map - BBC reports that geologists and engineers in Egypt are searching for gold using a 3,000-year-old map, believed to have been drawn by King Seti I.
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  • Hopkins in Egypt Today - Records day-by-day activities of the Johns Hopkins University Expedition archaeological team in Egypt. Features details of the excavations with photos.
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  • Saqqara - The Leiden Excavations in the New Kingdom necropolis at Saqqara, Egypt.
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  • Secrets of the Pharaohs - PBS companion to the TV series focusing on new findings: genetic disease in the 18th dynasty; the tombs of the pyramid builders; mummy of a noblewoman and chantress from Luxor named Asru.
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  • The Shaft, the Subway and the Causeway - Nigel Skinner-Simpson tries to track down the evidence behind stories of tunnels in the Giza plateau.
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  • Some Observations Concerning Uninscribed Tombs in the Valley of the Kings - Scholarly article by Donald P. Ryan, from C.N. Reeves (ed.), After Tutankhamun: Research and Excavation in the Royal Necropolis at Thebes (1992).
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  • Spirit & Stone - Articles about stone technology, the Sphinx and temples.
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  • thenilevalley - Forum covers histories, cultures and customs from Nubia to ancient Egypt.
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  • Wonders of Ancient Egypt - Features the wonders, mysteries, religion and history of ancient and modern Egypt. With details and resources on related topics.
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  • BBC: Pharaonic Tomb Find Stuns Egypt - An ancient tomb is discovered in the Valley of the Kings, the first since Tutankhamun's was found in 1922. (February 10, 2006)
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  • Elkab's Hidden Treasure - From Al-Ahram, a 17th dynasty inscription found three months ago in Upper Egypt uncovered a critical and previously unknown Kushite attack on Egypt. (July 31, 2003)
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  • Fruitful Seasons - From Al-Ahram Weekly, excavations at Karnak Temple complex have been focusing on areas hitherto little explored, with rewarding results. (November 21, 2002)
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  • The Sounds of Ancient Egypt - Musicians believe music will help us understand ancient Egypt's spoken language. (May 11, 1997)
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