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About two wooden Egyptian heads… | In the Artifact Lab

About two wooden Egyptian heads… | In the Artifact Lab | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
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The latest news from the world of Egyptology, archaeology, and cultural heritage in Egypt from the New Orleans Interest Group of the American Research Center in Egypt. For more news and event announcements, visit us on the web: www.arce-nola.org, Facebook: www.facebook.com/arcenola, Twitter: www.twitter.com/arcenola, and Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/arcenola
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Middle Egyptian Introduction Language And Culture Hieroglyphs 3rd Edition | Arabic and Middle Eastern language and linguistics | Cambridge University Press

Middle Egyptian Introduction Language And Culture Hieroglyphs 3rd Edition | Arabic and Middle Eastern language and linguistics | Cambridge University Press | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
The only grammar that incorporates the most recent understanding of Middle Egyptian and a basic introduction to ancient Egyptian culture.
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The 3rd edition is finally here!
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Tom Hanks in Egypt to Film 'Hologram for the King' - ABC News

Tom Hanks in Egypt to Film 'Hologram for the King' ABC News Hanks arrived Friday in Egypt and told the local independent daily newspaper Al-Masry Al-Youm that it was his first visit to the Red Sea, though he's read a lot about it.
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Archaeologists Uncover Lost Population of Ancient Amarna

Archaeologists Uncover Lost Population of Ancient Amarna | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
Burial remains shed new light on the
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An intern's perspective: Cataloguing Egypt at Manchester Museum

An intern's perspective: Cataloguing Egypt at Manchester Museum | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
Here our most recent intern, Hannah Perry - a student at UCL Qatar, describes her placement at the Manchester Museum, and the experience of working on collections.   As part of my Museum and G...
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Still Seeking Amenia?

Still Seeking Amenia? | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
This is a statue of the last king of Egypt's ancient 18th Dynasty Horemheb from his Saqqara tomb seated next to his likely first wife Amenia and sadly this is what it looks like today in Luxor.
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Part of statue still sought after years.

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Ancient Egypt drama series Tut to film in Morocco and Canada with ...

Ancient Egypt drama series Tut to film in Morocco and Canada with ... | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
Ben Kingsley is set to star in Spike TV's series Tut, which will film on location in Morocco and Canada. Kingsley will in fact play the Grand Vizier to King Tutankhamen, among the most famous of the ancient Egyptian kings ...
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Six things about Sekhemka

Six things about Sekhemka | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
1. It’s beautiful The best analysis of the statue is by TGH James. An Egyptologist at the British Museum, he described it in full, for the first time, in 1963, after someone had tipped him off abou...
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The car boot bargain that turned out to be TREASURE: £3 tool revealed as 4500 ... - Daily Mail

The car boot bargain that turned out to be TREASURE: £3 tool revealed as 4500 ... - Daily Mail | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
Daily Mail The car boot bargain that turned out to be TREASURE: £3 tool revealed as 4500 ...
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University of Oxford Lecturer - Egyptology (maternity cover)

University of Oxford Lecturer - Egyptology (maternity cover) | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it

Faculty of Oriental Studies, Griffith Institute, Sackler Library, St. John Street, OxfordGrade 7: £29,837 - £36,661 p.a.The University proposes to appoint a full-time Departmental Lecturer in Egyptology for a fixed-term of 6 months. The Departmental Lecturer will provide replacement teaching, administration and examining as a temporary cover for the maternity leave of the Associate Professor of Egyptology.

Applicants must hold a graduate degree in Egyptology; have an aptitude for teaching and experience of teaching and research; possess a solid knowledge of major phases of Egyptian language and be able to teach Middle and Late Egyptian language and texts; be able to give lectures on Egyptian history, from early periods to the early first millennium, as well as broad cultural topics including art and architecture; be able to teach undergraduate tutorials on special topics relating to Egyptian art and iconography; be able to teach graduate tutorials on a range of cultural, archaeological, philological, and historical topics; be able to teach classes on Egyptian material culture using the collections of the Ashmolean Museum; be able to demonstrate a commitment to communicating and publishing research in their field of study; possess excellent communication, interpersonal and organisational skills; and should demonstrate a willingness to undertake administrative tasks.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on 31 July 2014.

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Visit the link (the title of this story is the link) and choose "Oriental Studies Faculty" from the department list.

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Looting Matters: Reflecting on the price received by Sekhemka

Looting Matters: Reflecting on the price received by Sekhemka | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
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The International Council of Museums' Committee for Egyptology expresses concerns about the sale today at Christie's in London of the Sekhemka statue by Northampton Borough Council

The International Council of Museums' Committee for Egyptology expresses concerns about the sale today at Christie's in London of the Sekhemka statue by Northampton Borough Council | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
The International Council of Museums’ Committee for Egyptology (ICOM CIPEG) expresses concern about Northampton Borough Council’s selling of its Sekhemka statue at Christie’s London.
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Conversations with Egyptologists - An Interview with Ron Leprohon

Conversations with Egyptologists - An Interview with Ron Leprohon | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
Our new video series, where we speak with Egyptologists and discuss major issues all around ancient Egypt.
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Scientists are studying mummies from the Temple of Hatshepsut | News | Science & Scholarship in Poland

Scientists are studying mummies from the Temple of Hatshepsut | News | Science & Scholarship in Poland | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
Scientists from the Polish-Egyptian Archaeological and Preservation Mission at the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari are using computed tomography and X-ray to study more than 2.5 thousand years old mummies of the priests of the god Montu - told PAP Zbigniew E. Szafranski, director of the Research Station of the Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw in Cairo.
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Why the world went wild for King Tut - Telegraph

Why the world went wild for King Tut - Telegraph | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
The discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922 sparked a global frenzy for ancient Egypt – and not just for archaeological reasons, says Alastair Sooke
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Interesting question! 

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70,000 year-old African settlement unearthed

70,000 year-old African settlement unearthed | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
During ongoing excavations in northern Sudan, Polish archaeologists have discovered the remains of a settlement estimated to 70,000 years old
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The different paths of the Neolithic revolution in Egypt and Sudan #Nubia

The different paths of the Neolithic revolution in Egypt and Sudan #Nubia | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
ANTHROJOURNAL An open access academic journal of collegiate-level research.

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The Neolithic revolution has taken different paths in the neighbouring countries of Egypt and Sudan. This article examines these variations by comparing food production, settlement patterns, society and culture in Egypt and Sudan and analyses the reasons for the different developments.

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Egypt's campaign attracts more tourists from the Emirates - The National

Egypt's campaign attracts more tourists from the Emirates - The National | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
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Egypt reported an increase in the number of tourists from the UAE even as overall visitor figures fell.
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Wood ID

Wood ID | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
I’m currently treating 7 fragments of a painted wooden coffin from Abydos. Lately, many of our visitors have been asking what kind of wood was used to make this coffin.
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Wen-Amon's Forgotten Passport: A Tale of Ancient Egypt | One Last ...

Wen-Amon's Forgotten Passport: A Tale of Ancient Egypt | One Last ... | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
Notably, there's The Report of Wen-Amon, a papyrus manuscript composed some three thousand years ago in ancient Egypt. Wen-Amon was a priest at the temple of Amon in Karnak, ordered by the high priest Herihor to ...
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Skeletons of war dead from 11,000 BC go on show at the British Museum

Skeletons of war dead from 11,000 BC go on show at the British Museum | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
The remains, displaying breaks and slash marks of violent death, were found in a cemetery on the banks of the Nile river
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Inside 'the best council-owned ancient Egypt exhibition in the country'

Inside 'the best council-owned ancient Egypt exhibition in the country' | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
THE fascinating world of ancient Egypt is waiting to be discovered at Bolton Museum.
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Egyptian statue sells for nearly £16m

Egyptian statue sells for nearly £16m | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
A 4,000-year-old Egyptian statue has been sold for £15.76m at an auction in London.
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Protesters and the Egyptian Ambassador speak out about the sale of the Sekhemka statue.
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Aladin Fazel's curator insight, July 14, 3:03 AM

Still an unbelievable act but anyhow familiar! 

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Blog Post 6: A Conservator's Perspective

Blog Post 6: A Conservator's Perspective | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
For this blog entry John Billman interviews one of the most indispensable members of the South Asasif team, AbdelRazk Mohamed Ali. John: Could you start by describing your role(s) with the South As...
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Queen Duathathor-Henuttawy (21st Dynasty), Wife of King Pinedjem I

Queen Duathathor-Henuttawy (21st Dynasty), Wife of King Pinedjem I | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
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An ancient tomb and....kittens! An update from the South Asasif Conservation Project

An ancient tomb and....kittens!  An update from the South Asasif Conservation Project | Egyptology and Archaeology | Scoop.it
Blog Post 5 The past three weeks we were very busy working on a number of projects. Salima Ikram came to work on the animal bone deposit in the tomb of Karabasken. Her time at the site, although sh...
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