Egyptology on Facebook
23
Oct

Egyptology on Facebook

   Posted by: Shemsu Sesen   

Categories: Announcements

More than 150 Facebook pages and groups dedicated to Egyptology—who knew there were so many?  If you are looking for amazing photography, formal and informal chats with Egyptologists, current and ancient news, or just a good place to hang out with like-minded people, this list should get you started.  Organized by subject and annotated.

 

 

 

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Latest Additions

These are the most recent additions to the Egyptology on Facebook list.  These entries and their descriptions also appear under their respective headings, but are offered here for the convenience of those readers who are just checking in to see what is new.  As new entries are added, these will cycle off the Latest Additions list.

 

 

 

 

Schools and Institutions

 

Ägyptologisches Institut/Ägyptisches Museum Georg Steindorff, Leipzig

This is the official Facebook presence of the Leipzig Egyptology – from Steindorff Hedbastiru.  (German)

 

American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR)

The American Schools of Oriental Research (ASOR), founded in 1900, supports and encourages the study of the peoples and cultures of the Near East, from the earliest times to the present.

 

American University in Cairo (AUC) Press

The AUC Press, recognized as the leading English-language publisher in the region, currently offers a backlist of more than 1,200 publications including e-books and publishes annually up to 100 new books.

 

Ancient Egypt at AUC

The Study of Ancient Egypt at American University in Cairo.

 

Biblioteca e Archivi di Egittologia, Università degli Studi di Milano

The Egyptological Archives and Library of the Milan University keep the complete library of Edel, part of that of Varille, and archives of Mariette, Brugsch, Loret, Fraser, Varille, Quibell, Botti, Lacau, Erichsen, Bothmer…

 

Bloomsbury Summer School

Interested in Ancient Egypt and/or the Ancient Near East? We offer anyone with any level of knowledge, inspiring short courses in Egyptology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies taught by experts, in London, U.K. and Egypt.

 

Cairo University Faculty of Archaeology

The Faculty of Archaeology at Cairo University

 

Department of Museum Education and Cultural Development at the Ministry of Antiquities

The Facebook presence of the Department of Museum Education and Cultural Development, featuring programs and activities, especially for young people. (Arabic)

 

Egyptian Giza Field School

This course will look at the way in which archaeological sites are discovered and excavated and how differing types of finds are studied in order to gain a wider understanding of the site and previous populations.This course will look at the way in which archaeological sites are discovered and excavated and how differing types of finds are studied in order to gain a wider understanding of the site and previous populations.

 

Egyptology Department at Sohag University

Egypt Department at Sohag University

 

Egyptology and Archeology “Bibliotheca Alexandrina”

The New Library of Alexandria, the New Bibliotheca Alexandrina is dedicated to recapture the spirit of openness and scholarship of the original Bibliotheca Alexandrina. It is much more than a library.  (Arabic)

 

Griffith Institute – University of Oxford

The Griffith Institute has been at the heart of Egyptology and Ancient Near Eastern Studies at the University of Oxford for over seventy years.

 

Institut d’Estudis del Pròxim Orient Antic – UAB

The main objective of the Institute is the research and teaching Graduate in three main areas of ancient Oriental Studies: Egyptology, Assyriology and Indoeuropeística East. (Spanish)

 

Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology – University of Memphis (USA)

The Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology (IEAA), founded in 1984, is a component of the Department of Art of The University of Memphis, in Memphis, Tennessee (USA), and is a Tennessee Center of excellence.

 

Instituto de Estudios Científicos en Momias

The founding of Instituto de Estudios Cientificos en Momias (IECIM), goes back to January 2007. Our main objectives are preventive conservation and research on mummified remains, human and animal.  (Spanish)

 

North Saqqara Field School

Local school of excavations at Saqqara dedicated to training young archaeologists in fieldwork. (Arabic)

 

Oriental Institute University of Chicago

The Oriental Institute is a research organization and museum devoted to the study of the ancient Near East.

 

Research Archives of the Oriental Institute

The Research Archives is the academic reference library for the faculty, staff, students, and members of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

 

University of the Aegean Egyptological Research Group (UAERG)

Ten years of pioneering research and teaching on Egyptology and the ancient Egyptian civilization in Greek academia.

 

University of Michigan Papyrology Collection

The University of Michigan Papyrology Collection is one of the most prestigious collections of ancient manuscripts in the world. With over 7,000 inventory and approximately 17,000 individual fragments dating from 1000 BC to 1000 AD, this collection is the largest in North America and ranks among the largest worldwide.

 

 

 

Museums

 

Ancient Egypt and Sudan at the Manchester Museum

Manchester Museum houses over 16,000 objects from Ancient Egypt and Sudan, making it the fifth largest Egyptology collection in the UK.

 

Ancient Egypt – World Museum Liverpool

A National Collection of Egyptology in North West England.

 

Antiquities and Art Conservation

This group is created to serve the field of art conservation, discuss problems, and a way to find new colleagues from other cultures, please share your ideas, experiences, or even your personal info.  (Arabic)

 

Association of Curators for Collections from Egypt and Sudan (ACCES)

ACCES is the first curators’ group in the UK for curators who are responsible for archaeological collections from ancient Egypt and Sudan. Founded in May 2006, the group grew out of an MLA-funded Specialist Subject Network in Egyptology.

 

Bolton Museum Egypt Page

Discover ancient Egypt in the heart of England.

 

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Bristol’s premier museum and art gallery houses world class collections of art, archaeology, geology and natural history. The museum has a dynamic exhibitions and events programme.

 

Committee for Egyptian and Sudan Archaeological Museums and Collections

The Mission of CIPEG is to promote collaboration among colleagues for the study, preservation, and presentation of Egyptian collections, monuments and sites. In addition, it supports collections of Egyptian art and archaeology, including the heritage of the Ancient Sudan, with a special focus on smaller collections, within the framework of ICOM and in close co-operation with the International Association of Egyptologists (IAE).national Association of Egyptologists (IAE).

 

Egypt Centre—Swansea University

For anyone interested in the activities of the Egypt Centre, Swansea University.

 

Egyptian Museum

The Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, known commonly as the Egyptian Museum, in Cairo, Egypt, is home to an extensive collection of ancient Egyptian antiquities. It has 120,000 items, with a representative amount on display, the remainder in storerooms.

 

Egyptian Textile Museum

Egyptian textile museum is the first specialist museum in textile in the middle east and the third in the world and it has wonderful collection of textile.

 

Friends of the Egypt Centre

The Friends’ support the Egypt Centre and organize monthly lectures.  The Friends caters to those with little or no knowledge and to those who are eagerly in search of more. An exciting programme of lectures, visits to other museums and other social events are arranged annually to cater for all levels of understanding. Whatever your age or level of interest why not come along and see what the Friends of the Egypt Centre can offer you?

 

Gallery of Ancient Egyptian Art

The Gallery of Ancient Egyptian Art – or GAEA.

 

Grand Egyptian Museum

A Museum of artifacts of ancient Egypt. Described as the largest archaeological museum in the world, The museum is scheduled to open in 2015. The Museum will be sited on 50 hectares (120 acres) of land approximately two kilometers from the Giza pyramids.

 

Hassan Fathy Museum

Museum of the Gurna Village at Luxor. (Arabic)

 

Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze

The National Archaeological Museum of Florence (Italian – Museo archeologico nazionale di Firenze) is an archaeological museum in Florence, Italy. It is located at 1 piazza Santissima Annunziata, in the Palazzo della Crocetta (a palace built in 1620 for princess Maria Maddalena de’ Medici, daughter of Ferdinand I de Medici, by Giulio Parigi).

 

Museo Egizio di Torino

The Egyptian Museum was founded in 1824 with the acquisition by Carlo Felice of Savoy to a large collection gathered by Bernardino Drovetti that, serving under Napoleon Bonaparte, he went to Egypt to become the French consul. The “collection Drovetti” included 5,268 pieces of remarkable quality and was deposited along with other Egyptian antiquities already gathered at the seicentesco building that still houses the museum. At the beginning of 900, a new archaeological expedition led by Ernesto Schiaparelli allowed the acquisition of more than 25,000 artifacts.  (Italian)

 

Neues Museum

The Neues Museum is home to the Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection and the Museum of Prehistory with artefacts from the Collection of Classical Antiquities.

 

Petrie Museum Unofficial Page

This page celebrates a great museum – the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, University College London, and the work of the Friends of the Petrie Museum (PMF) to promote the museum and events, and raise funds for conservation of objects in the museum.

 

Rijksmuseum van Oudheden

The Museum of Antiquities is the national center for archeology, where young and old can enjoy the civilizations of ancient Egypt and the Near East, the Greek and Roman world and the early Netherlands. (Dutch)

 

Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum

The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, architecturally inspired by the Temple of Amon at Karnak, houses the largest collection of Egyptian artifacts on exhibit in western North America.

 

University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Spend more time with your mummy.

 

 

 

Societies & Associations

 

Amigos de la Egiptologia

Ancient Egypt and Egyptomania. We contribute to the dissemination of Egyptology, undertake a trip to Egypt through pyramids and unveil the life of Tutankhamun, Ramses, Pharaoh Akhenaten and other illustrious in the history of Egypt.  (Spanish)

 

Ancient Egypt and Middle East Society (AEMES)

How much do we know about ancient Egypt and the ancient Middle East?  AEMES provides an opportunity to share your interest and your knowledge with like–minded people.

 

Ancient Egypt Research Associates (AERA)

Ancient Egypt Research Associates explores Egypt’s archaeological record seeking the origins of civilization. Our mission is to contribute insight and understanding to the present awareness of cultural evolution.  In recent years, we have explored the development of urbanism, labor organization, and the elementary structures of ancient daily life at the once-lost City of the pyramid builders at Giza.

 

ARCE—American Research Center in Egypt

The American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1948 by a consortium of educational and cultural institutions to support research on Egyptian history and culture, foster broader knowledge about Egypt among the general public, and promote and strengthen American-Egyptian cultural ties. Today ARCE is the primary professional association for North American Egyptologists, serving scholarly interests and is a valued partner working with the Egyptian Ministry of Culture to safeguard Egypt’s most historically important monuments, architecture, and artifacts.

 

ARCE—Arizona

ARCE is a private, nonprofit organization that supports research on all aspects of Egyptian history and cultural.

 

ARCE-NOLA

ARCE-NOLA is a new interest group of the American Research Center in Egypt that is based in New Orleans. The group formed to promote interest in the history, culture, and archaeology of Egypt during all time periods and to serve interested residents of Louisiana and the surrounding Gulf Coast Region with regular programming. For more information or to get involved, please visit our website at www.arce-nola.org. For the national organization, visit www.arce.org.

 

ARCE – Northern California

ARCE’s mission is to support research on all aspects of Egyptian history and culture, foster broader knowledge about Egypt among the general public, and strengthen American-Egyptian cultural ties.  An educational organization for the study of ancient and contemporary Egypt through a series of free public monthly lectures at U. C. Berkeley.

 

ARCE-NW

The ARCE Northwest Chapter is based in Seattle and serves Washington State. We hold many lectures throughout the year on a wide-array of Egyptian-related topics (such as women, art, medicine, architecture, conservation) and time periods (Pharaonic, Islamic, Modern). This group is for members and non-members of the American Research Center in Egypt. We are open to all individuals who are interested in Egypt and the research being conducted there.

 

ARCE-NY

The New York chapter represents individuals in the tri-state New York area and include academics, professional and amateur Egyptologists and archaeologists, and all those interest in Egypt from a historical perspective.

 

ARCE—Orange County

ARCE/OC s a nonprofit organization that facilitates the study, excavation, preservation and renovation of important historical artifacts and sites in Egypt. We hold monthly lectures in Southern California by renowned Egyptologists.  Our chapter welcomes anyone who loves Ancient Egypt, or is interested in learning more about it, to come join us at the lecture series we sponsor. About once a month, all year long, we bring big-name Egyptologists—the same people you see on the Discovery and National Geographic TV channels—to Orange County. We average 100 to 300 people in attendance, new people come all the time, and you are welcome to join us.

 

ARCE – Oregon

ARCE supports diverse forms of research into Egypt’s history and culture, and the dissemination of research through publication is an important element of the Center’s mission. Coordinated by a publications office based in Cairo, ARCE’s publication.  The American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1948 by a consortium of educational and cultural institutions to support research on all aspects of Egyptian history and culture, foster broader knowledge among the general .public, and strengthen American-Egyptian cultural ties.

 

ARCE—Pennsylvania

The American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1948 by a consortium of educational and cultural institutions to support research on all aspects of Egyptian history and culture, foster broader knowledge among the general public, and strengthen American-Egyptian cultural ties.  The ARCE Pennsylvania Chapter (ARCE-PA) is the local branch of the national institution.

 

ARCE-TN

ARCE-TN is a chapter of the American Research Center in Egypt. It’s purpose is to promote the study of Egypt from Pharaonic times to the present day. The local chapter supports the goals of the national organization through membership, charitable giving and research. We are based in Memphis, Tennessee USA.

 

ARCE—Washington

The ARCE Chapter in Washington, DC (ARCE-DC) sponsors, on average, ten free lectures and one seminar a year for members, plus occasional social events. We sponsor tours to Egypt and organize occasional bus trips to museums that are featuring exhibitions on Egypt. We maintain close contact with the Embassy of Egypt, which frequently provides a speaking venue for our lecturers. Our lectures are otherwise coordinated with and held at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.

 

Asociación de Amigos de la Egiptología de Lorca

Official website of the Association of Friends of Egyptology of Lorca. (Spanish)

 

Asociación Española de Egiptología

The Spanish Association of Egyptology is aimed to promote, encourage and support the study, scientific research, dissemination and promotion of the culture of ancient Egypt.  (Spanish)

 

Association of Ancient Egypt Studies “Maat”

Association for the Study of Ancient Egypt “MAAT” was created with the support of the Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Supreme Council of Antiquities. The main objectives of the organization is a comprehensive study and promote the historical and cultural heritage of the ancient Egyptian civilization, and to create conditions for the emergence of a new stage of development of Russian Egyptology, in which the young Russian Egyptologists have been successfully integrated into the international community of Egyptology.  (Russian)

 

Associazione Culturale “Harwa 2001″ Onlus

Italian Association devoted to Egyptological activities. It sponsors the excavations of the Italian Archaeological Mission to Luxor at the funerary Complex of Harwa (TT 37) and Akhimenru (TT 404).  (Italian)

 

Associazione degli Studenti di Egittologia dell’Università di Torino (ASET)

Association of Students of Egyptology at the University of Turin (ASET) was founded in the spring of 2011 to help coordinate the activities of the students of Egyptology and assist in the continuation of their studies, with tutoring, training and seminars (e.g., the Seminary of Middle Egyptian, AA 2011-2012), etc..; fundraising for the establishment of scholarships, promotion and organization of training courses, experiences excavation, travel and study, visits to Egyptological collections in Italy and Europe, etc.., the promotion of initiatives such as study days, conferences, meetings with other associations Egyptological and students, in order to establish and strengthen a network of interchange among students of Egyptology in Turin, in Italy and abroad with a more effective flow of ideas, experiences and knowledge.

 

The Blackburn Egyptology Society (THEBES)

The Blackburn Egyptology Society (Thebes) is a newly formed society which will meet on a monthly basis, with the inaugural meeting on 7th November 2011.

 

British Association of Near Eastern Archaeology

BANEA is open to anyone who is interested in the archaeology, languages and history of the Ancient Near East.

 

Dansk Ægyptologisk Selskab

Danish Egyptology Society is for those who are interested in Egyptian travel, sites, archaeology, and artifacts.  (Danish)

 

Egiptomaniacos

Egiptomaníacos, a cultural platform for those who wish to share their feelings about ancient Egypt.

 

Egypt Exploration Organization of Southern California

Come back often for news of recent discoveries and explorations. Our membership is open to the general public. It’s a great opportunity to actively participate in the study, exploration and conservation of this fascinating time and place in history.

 

Egypt Exploration Society

The EES has been working in Egypt since 1882. Our aim is to make all aspects of the culture of ancient and historic Egypt (to 1900 AD) better known to the public.  Our fieldwork and research is undertaken in Egypt itself and the results of this work are made available through our website (ees.ac.uk), our publications, and through events held in London and Cairo.  The Society is a registered UK charity and relies on subscriptions and donations to fund its work. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in ancient Egypt.

 

Egypt Society of Bristol

The Society offers informative and interesting lectures concerning Egypt, to find out more click the link http://www.egyptsocietybristol.org.uk/.

 

The Egyptian Society of South Africa

The Egyptian Society of South Africa [TESSA] is a society dedicated to the study of the history and culture of Ancient Egypt & her neighboring cultures. We also promote & encourage the work of Iziko museums with regard to the Egyptian collection. The society maintains a comprehensive website at – www.egyptiansociety.co.za. We meet once a month and entry is free to members while non-members pay R20 entrance fee. You’re invited to post questions on the subject of Ancient Egypt and also of course about the society. Photographs of Egypt, ancient and modern are welcome as well as comments and queries.

 

Egyptologists for Egypt

We Egyptologists, archaeologists, anthropologists and other specialists who live and/or work in Egypt cannot ignore the hard social, economic and political conditions people are living in Egypt. We support the righteous demand for justice and democracy.  And we keep an eye on the monuments.

 

Egyptology and Ancient Egypt Studies Society (EAESS)

Society dedicated to the study of Ancient Egypt and Egyptology which is currently free to join.

 

Hellenic Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt- ?????

A group for learning about how ancient Egyptian society functioned, including discussions, links, videos, all for the scientific and popular crowds.  (Greek)

 

Institute for the Research of early Egypt and North East Africa (IRENA)

An organisation dedicated to the further understanding of the predynastic of Egypt and its society between 5500 and 3000. BCE.  All members are free to add discussions, links and photos relating to the subject. It is hoped that the group will become an important forum for discussion between scholars involved in research of predynastic Egypt and related areas.

 

Manchester Ancient Egypt Society

The Manchester Ancient Egypt Society (MAES) was set up in 1987 and is one of the longest running Egyptology Societies in Great Britain (apart from the Egypt Exploration Society, which had a head-start of over 100 years!!!).  The Society’s primary aim is for like-minded people to gather together to enjoy the culture of ancient Egypt. We arrange a top-class programme of lectures by internationally renowned speakers on all aspects of Egyptology.

 

Norsk Egyptologisk Selskap

Norwegian Egyptology Society is a non-profit association to promote knowledge of ancient Egypt and neighboring cultures. The company is nationwide and is is affiliated communities and the Egyptian collections in Norway.  (Norwegian)

 

North East Lincolnshire Egyptology Association (NELEA)

We are a group, based in Grimsby with a shared interest in Egyptology and ancient history. This page will feature information about meetings, lectures and trips planned by the group. Maybe even news stories of interest.

 

Scottish Egyptology

This is a public forum for discussion about Egyptology from a Scottish standpoint. Join the parallel group page for more in-depth discussions search for Scottish Egyptology on Facebook.

 

Sociedad de Estudios Egiptologicos de Chile

Egyptological Studies Society of Chile’s mission is scientific research, heritage preservation and cultural diffusion of Ancient Egypt.  (Spanish)

 

The Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt

The society for the study of ancient Egypt promotes interest in Egyptology and the history of the Nile valleys civilizations.  The SSAE was formed in 1992 and is based in the English East Midlands.  We hold regular meetings at are 3 key centres at Chesterfield, Derby and Nottingham.

 

Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities

This group is the primary Facebook presence of The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities/Société pour l’Étude de…

l’Égypte Ancienne.  It is intended to allow people  interested in Egyptian antiquities to share information about ancient Egypt via posts and links.  Commercial posts or those posts and links not relating to ancient Egyptian heritage in some way will be removed.

 

SSEA—Calgary

The Calgary chapter of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities (SSEA Calgary) is a not-for-profit society dedicated to the study of ancient Egypt. Our primary goal is to generate interest in all things Egyptian, from the early history through the modern day, in and around the Greater Vancouver area.

 

SSEA—Quebec

Founded in November 1999 in Montreal, la Société pour l’Étude de l’Égypte ancienne  (SEEA) is the Quebec chapter of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities (SSEA) whose head office is in Toronto.  Non-profit corporation founded in 1969 and incorporated August 10, 1970 under the laws of the Province of Ontario, SSEA aims to stimulate interest in Egyptology, helping professionals and non-professionals in their research in this field and promote archaeological expeditions in Egypt.  (French)

 

SSEA Toronto

This page was started to promote event of the SSEA’s Toronto Chapter.  Created in 2007 by The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, SSEA Toronto Chapter took over responsibility for all Toronto area programming including the Mini-Lecture and Lecture Series and other special members’ events and social activities.

 

SSEA—Vancouver

The Vancouver chapter of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities (SSEA Vancouver) is a not-for-profit society dedicated to the study of ancient Egypt. Our primary goal is to generate interest in all things Egyptian, from the early history through the modern day, in and around the Greater Vancouver area. Existing as a chapter since 2009, our national society has been around since 1969.

 

Southampton Ancient Egypt Society

We are a non-profit organisation that hosts monthly Egyptological themed meetings that are open to members and visitors alike.

 

Sussex Egyptology Society

For all those interested in Ancient Egypt — the Society has a low membership cost, and you can come along as a “guest” to see what we’re about! Check our website at www.egyptology-uk.com for more info. We hold monthly lectures / meetings in Sussex on a Saturday, plus social get-togethers, plus specialist study days run by experts. All in all a great opportunity for making friends with a common passion, whether you have just a casual interest in the subject or are a serious student — no commitments!o see what we’re about! Check our website at www.egyptology-uk.com for more info. We hold monthly lectures / meetings in Sussex on a Saturday, plus social get-togethers, plus specialist study days run by experts. All in all a great opportunity for making friends with a common passion, whether you have just a casual interest in the subject or are a serious student — no commitments!

 

 

 

News and Media

 

Al Rawi – Egypt’s Heritage Review

Al RAWI is a quarterly bilingual magazine on Egypt’s History and Heritage.

 

Archaeosoup Productions

This Facebook Page is dedicated to the exploration and discussion of Archaeology and Heritage issues.  We don’t take ourselves too seriously here, but enthusiasm is always welcome!

 

Benben/SSEA Publications

Benben is known for its publication of the Journal for the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities (JSSEA) as well as numerous publications related to Egyptology, Nubian & Biblical Studies.

 

Books in Egyptology

Discussions of Egyptology books (Arabic)

 

Paul Boughton’s Egyptology News Network

The global internet portal to the world of Ancient Egypt and Egyptology. Join the adventure.

 

Current Research in Egyptology XIV

We are pleased to announce that Current Research in Egyptology (CRE) XIV will be held at the University of Cambridge, UK, from 19th to 22nd March 2013.  The theme of this year’s conference is “Crossing Boundaries” and we hope to encourage contributions from a variety of backgrounds covering multiple aspects of Egyptology and its related fields: modern & traditional approaches, archaeology & philology, field work & theoretical concepts, multi-, interdisciplinary and collaborative research, only to mention a few.

 

Egiptologia en Espana

This is a meeting place for lovers of Egypt in Spain, both amateurs and professionals in Egyptology. The group’s goal is to exchange information and knowledge on ancient Egypt in a way that is serious, scientific and respectful. (Spanish)

 

Egypt Then and Now

Current information on modern Egypt and Egyptology news including discoveries, films, documentaries, publications, exhibitions and travel updates.

 

Egypte Ancienne Magazine

Quarterly magazine devoted to the history of Pharaonic Egypt and for all age groups. (French)

 

Egypte Afrique & Orient

The magazine Egypte & Afrique & Orient has been in publication since 1996 by the Centre for Egyptology Avignon. It is the only quarterly journal for French Egyptology intended for an audience of connoisseurs and all those who are passionate about the civilization of ancient Egypt. It features articles on history, archeology and philology, information on current Egyptology as well as book reviews and multimedia. The articles are written by experts, academics and researchers, which, since its inception, have seen the value of this publication for the dissemination of scientific knowledge with a wider audience.  (French)

 

Egyptology North

The Egyptology North website, serving Egyptologists and Egyptological enthusiasts throughout the north of Britain, has been created in order to serve as a focus and notice-board for the many institutions, museums and societies based in the north.

 

Egyptology Resources and Books

Egyptology: We offer some of the most important Resources for this Science: Encyclopedias, Bibliographies, and Books…. all are free and downloadable

 

The Eleventh International Congress of Egyptologists 2013

With reference to the acceptance of the General Assembly of the International Association of Egyptologists, Egyptologists from all countries are cordially invited to participate in the Eleventh International Congress of Egyptologists, which will be held in Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Alexandria, Egypt, from 13th to 20th September 2013.

 

Hathor – Studies of Egyptology

Hathor – Studies of Egyptology and Oriental Studies – Journal of Oriental and Ancient History publications, which are now presented to the public, aims to correspond to two different but complementary aspects in the research of Ancient History.

 

Heritage of Egypt Magazine

The History , Archaeology , and the legacy of Egypt.

 

History Egypt Film and Design

Behind the scenes and on-location—making films and documentaries about ancient Egypt.

 

House of Books

An online digital Egyptology library on Facebook.

 

Luxor News

Jane Akshar reports on anything Egyptology she can find out about, local news of interest and publishes write ups of the lectures held locally.

 

Past Preservers

Past Preservers was founded by archaeologist Nigel J. Hetherington in 2005, we provide historical and archaeological consultancy and professional support to the heritage and media worlds.

 

Pharon Magazine

Pharon Magazine, the first magazine on ancient Egypt, the pharaohs of Egypt present, history, and archeology.  (French)

 

Talking Pyramids on Facebook

Vincent Brown’s amazing website has a Facebook presence.  News ancient and modern of all things Egyptological.

 

Time Team on Facebook

We post blogs and vlogs from digs that are being filmed for next years season. We have launched a Time Team club giving members exclusive opportunities to join Time Team Digs, a signed copy of Time Team’s Guide to Archaeological Sites in Britain and Ireland, membership card and badge, a regular e news letter and much more. To join the Time Team Club see website link below.

 

 

 

Projects and Expeditions

 

Amarna Project

The ancient Egyptian city of Tell el-Amarna (or simply Amarna) was the short-lived capital built by the ‘heretic’ Pharaoh Akhenaten and abandoned shortly after his death (c. 1332 BCE). It was here that he pursued his vision of a society dedicated to the cult of one god, the power of the sun (the Aten). As well as this historic interest Amarna remains the largest readily accessible living-site from ancient Egypt. It is thus simultaneously the key to a chapter in the history of religious experience and to a fuller understanding of what it was like to be an ancient Egyptian. There is no other site like it.

 

Ancient Egyptian Animal Bio Bank

A research project based at the KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology, University of Manchester, UK.  An interdisciplinary research project collating and studying all ancient Egyptian animal mummies in museum and private collections outside Egypt. To date (September 2012), in excess of 520 specimens have been recorded and form a comprehensive information and image bank, including microscopic and radiographic images.

 

Belgian Archaeological Mission to Elkab

Elkab, the ancient town of Nekheb, is situated in southern Upper Egypt, on the right bank of the Nile, approx. 15 km north of Edfu.

 

Centre Franco-Égyptien d’Étude des Temples de Karnak – CFEETK

Work traditionally implemented Karnak concerns epigraphic and architectural studies, archeology, conservation, restoration, anastylosis monuments and development of the site. Thus, a multidisciplinary approach is essential, Egyptologists, archaeologists, architects, restorers, photographers, stonemasons, designers, librarians, surveyors working together in the largest religious matters in Egypt.  In addition to its own programs, CFEETK plays an important role as a platform to host and support many international projects.  (French)

 

Forensic Egyptology

Modern technology meets ancient mysteries.

 

Gebel el Silsila Epigraphic Survey Project

An epigraphic survey of Ancient Egypt’s largest sandstone quarries, located in Gebel el Silsila.

 

Gurob Harem Palace Project

A collaborative international team of archaeologists led by the University of Liverpool, University of Copenhagen and University College London, studying the urban and funerary remains at the ‘harem town’ of Mer-wer at the site of Gurob (or Medinet el-Ghurob) in the southern Faiyum region of Egypt.

 

Italian-Egyptian Center for Restoration and Archaeology

The “Centro Formazione Professionale Restauro” (CFPR) was born in 1986 as a result of the activities of a group of Italian experts (scholars, technicians, artisans) who operated according to a programme directed by Prof. G. Fanfoni. It all started in 1978 with the recovering of the wide monumental area of the Mevlevi convent.

 

Karnak Great Hypostyle Project

The Karnak Hypostyle Hall Project of the University of Memphis was founded in 1990 by the late Dr. William J. Murnane (1945-2000), and is dedicated to the recording and study of the Great Hypostyle Hall at Karnak and its wealth of inscriptions

 

Khopesh Project

The members of staff working in this area are interested in armies and their operation, and in the social dimensions and iconography relating to warfare in Ancient Egypt. Current research topics include:  Ancient Egyptian Edged weaponry; The Ancient Egyptian tradition of stick fighting; Reassessment of traditional AE battle narratives.

 

El-Lahun Survey Project

The EL-LAHUN SURVEY PROJECT initiated by the Museum of Fine Arts Budapest is a multidisciplinary geoarchaeological fieldwork project applying geodesic, GIS, archaeological and remote sensing methods to study the architectural landscape of the area in the neighborhood of the modern village of el-Lahun.

 

Missione Archeologica Italiana a Luxor

The Italian Archaeological Mission to Luxor (MAIL) has been excavating the Funerary complex of Harwa (TT 37) and Akhimenru (TT 404) since 1995.  This is their Facebook presence.

 

The Mendes Expedition

The ruin mound of Tel er-Rub’a in the eastern Nile Delta marks the site of ancient Mendes. As the capital of Ancient Egypt (4th cent. BC), Mendes was a major trading center in contact with the eastern Mediterranean, Greece, and Rome. A riverine harbor is still in evidence, and the site boasts a temple to the Ram-god and a cemetery of nearly 9,000 internments. Although the city has been occupied from prehistoric times, Mendes is unencumbered by modern dwellings and offers an excellent prospect for archaeological excavation with a view of studying ancient urbanism, demographics, burial practices and trade.

 

Polish Archaeological Expedition to the Eastern Nile Delta – Tell el-Farkha

Since 1998 our expedition leads research on one of the most important archaeological sites in Egypt – Tell el-Farcha (contemporary Ghazala).  Past work has produced an unusual discoveries and unlimited amount of information about the period in which the state of the first pharaohs was created.

 

The t3.wy Project

Non Profit, non-funded, private research into a part of the more recent history of Egypt. The “Homes away from Home” for Egyptologists and archaeologists, who research(ed) the history of Egypt: the dig-houses.

 

 

 

People and Places

 

Abu Rawash

The necropolis of Abu Rawash (Abu Rowash, Abu Roash, Abu Roach) lies around eight kilometres north of Giza. It is the location of the northernmost pyramid in Egypt (known as Lepsius Number One), the pyramid of Djedefre (also known as Radjedef) and around fifty mastabas (located one and a half kilometres from Djedefre’s pyramid).  (Arabic)

 

An Egyptian Craftsman

An Egyptian Craftsman is a side educational section of the History Of Ancient Egypt . it’s all about Egypt and ancient history of Egypt and Egyptian people .

 

The Antiquities and Archaeologists in LXR

Egyptology of Luxor (Arabic)

 

King Ay

King Ay became known during the reign of King Akhenaten, but its possible, that he already had high ranks under Amenhotep III. After being chief-advisor for King Tutankhamen he became king himself.

 

Charlotte Booth – Egyptologist

Charlotte graduated from UCL with a Bachelors and Masters degree in Egyptian Archaeology.  She has appeared on the Paul O’Grady Show (UK), and Sex in the Ancient World (History Channel), and a number of radio shows. However her main love is writing and she has written numerous books on the subject of Egyptology, and there are many books still in the pipeline.  She now successfully runs correspondence courses in Egyptology and hieroglyphics as well as running workshops and giving lectures.

 

Howard Carter

Howard Carter was an English archaeologist and Egyptologist. He is noted as a primary discoverer of the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922 (KV62), the best preserved and most intact pharaonic tomb ever found in the Valley of the Kings. He is also famous for finding the remains of Queen Hatshepsut’s tomb in Deir el-Bahri in 1903. tocratic British explorer George Herbert, the 5th Earl of Carnarvon.

 

Kara Cooney – Egyptologist

Dr. Kara Cooney is an Associate Professor of Egyptian Art and Architecture at UCLA.  Her series of television specials, OUT OF EGYPT, is currently airing on The Discovery Channel.

 

Mummy Djehutymose

As priest of the falcon god Horus and the “Golden Goddess” Hathor, I worked for the Temple of Horus at Edfu in Upper Egypt. Although I died around 684-525 B.C., I live on through my beautiful mummy case in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.

 

Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities

The principal mission of the SCA is to protect and promote the cultural heritage of Egypt, both independently and in cooperation with national and international organizations. To achieve its goals, it formulates and implements all policies concerned with antiquities; issues guidelines and permits for the excavation, restoration, conservation, documentation, and study of sites and monuments; and manages a country-wide system of antiquities museums.

 

King Hor-em-heb Meriamun

Horemheb Meri Amun was the last King of 18th dynasty, some say, first king of 19th dynasty.

 

Karnak Temple Complex

A page dedicated to the Karnak Temple complex.

 

Nefertiti

Great Royal Wife of Akhenaten and one of the most recognizable faces from the ancient world.

 

New Hermopolis

An eco-friendly artistic village and cultural retreat in the heart of Egypt.

 

Temple de Debod

The museum consists of Debod Temple in Madrid Museums Network of the City of Madrid. The museum has as its main mission to preserve this monument for future generations and spread information about it, as well as Egyptian and Nubian cultures to which they belong.  (Spanish)

 

La Tombe de Ramose

A page for discussing the remarkable tomb of Ramose and the book which explores that subject.  (French)

 

Restore + Save the Egyptian Museum!

A group dedicated to news and activism regarding the safety of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.

 

Save El Hibeh Egypt

Archaeological sites throughout Egypt are currently being heavily looted, including the critical site of El Hibeh about 3 hours south of Cairo. Once these sites are gone, they are lost forever. It is a non-renewable resource. El Hibeh is of particular importance as it is one of the least disturbed city mounds of the Third Intermediate Period. It was first built probably in 1070 BCE by the High Priests of Amun at Luxor/Thebes and then more or less continually occupied for over 1,700 years so that the site also includes important remains from the Pharaonic, Ptolemaic, Roman, Coptic, and early Islamic periods. We are posting here pictures of the site, of looting, of articles regarding this issue, and hope that you will spread the word, add friends to the group, and notify the press when and where possible. We must take action to save El Hibeh and hundreds of other sites like it that have been severely damaged as a result of limited police protection since January 28, 2011.

 

U.S. Embassy in Cairo

The Official Facebook Page of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo.

 

 

 

General Interest and Discussion

All About pharaohs

Discussions and short biographies about Egypt’s pharaohs.

 

Ancient Egypt Online

Ancient Egypt Online is an organization that is dedicated to covering the information relevant to the study of ancient Egypt. Although the AEO focuses on the study of the pharaonic period, we welcome articles and news covering a wide variety of topics. By including Near eastern topics & events as well, the AEO hopes that this website will foster positive relations for collaborative research in addition to being a place where non-specialists can get reliable information about the history of the ancient Near East.

 

Ancient Egyptian Courses

Facilitating open learning about ancient Egypt!

 

Arqueokids

Our main goal is to spread the world of archeology, history, art history and geography to the public in general and more specifically to younger students.  (Spanish)

 

Arabic Archaeology

The first Arabic site is interested in studying the effects and methods of restoration and everything related to the historical and artistic levels.  (Arabic)

 

Armchair Egyptologists-Egyptology and Egyptian Archaeology for all!

The aim of this groups is to unite amateur Egyptologists  in their interest and study of all things pertaining to ancient Egypt.  Whether it’s an academic enquiry or in pursuit of independent study, members are invited to post discussion topics, questions and research findings so that we can all acquire a greater knowledge and understanding of this immense and fascinating subject.  Along with regular updates and links you’re invited to share your knowledge and expertise, book reviews, websites, meeting dates and all things Egyptian etc… with other members; so that we can create a library and knowledge base that would give the professionals a run for their money!!!!!

 

Art of Counting

The Art of Counting is dedicated to capturing art (regardless of style, medium, or era) via a scientific process that tracks a vast range of variables. This allows for the discovery of patterns, trends, and messages contained in visual media through statistical analysis.

 

Civilization of Ancient Egypt

We are not Egyptology scientists but we are proud of our history, and we collect info about our civilization with all respect for the copy rights and we will mention the resource for every topic in case you want to read more , it’s all about a lot of info in one place with some fun at the end, it’s not Page for science or Physics ,we are looking for some fun too!

 

Construction des pyramides d’Egypte

A group for those who are passionate about the technical construction of the pyramids of Egypt: theories of the past and contemporary hypotheses.  (French)

 

Coptic Literature and Manuscripts (Alin Suciu)

Patristics, Apocrypha, Coptic Literature and Manuscripts.

 

Djet neheh—Time & Eternity

Photography and discussion of ancient Egypt.

 

E-Mummies Maintenance of the World (MMW)

Mummy news and preservation worldwide.

 

Egittophilìa – Forum Antico Egitto

Where passion and history come together. The Forum of Lovers of Ancient Egypt and Egyptology.  (Italian)

 

Egypt in the Time of the Ramessides

The Ramesside Period is this famous historical period which included the time of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Dynasties of the Ancient Egyptian History (c. 1308-1087 BC). This period held this name according to the ruling of eleven kings bored the name of Ramesses in Egypt, from Ramesses I the founder of the Nineteenth Dynasty to Ramesses XI the last king of the Twentieth Dynasty and the time of the New Kingdom. Ramesside Period is the second part of the New Kingdom (c. 1570-1087 BC), which included the Eighteenth, Nineteenth and Twentieth Dynasties.  (Arabic)Ramesside Period is this famous historical period which included the time of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Dynasties of the Ancient Egyptian History (c. 1308-1087 BC). This period held this name according to the ruling of eleven kings bored the name of Ramesses in Egypt, from Ramesses I the founder of the Nineteenth Dynasty to Ramesses XI the last king of the Twentieth Dynasty and the time of the New Kingdom. Ramesside Period is the second part of the New Kingdom (c. 1570-1087 BC), which included the Eighteenth, Nineteenth and Twentieth Dynasties.  (Arabic, English)

 

Egypt Scholars 2020

A part of the “Scientists 2020” initiative, the goal is to increase the amount and quality of modern science and technology in Egypt.  (Arabic)

 

L’Egypte ancienne de Bastet

A trip to Egypt in time and space, the Egyptian civilization, art, literature, writing, music, deities, pictures of archaeological sites and collections from various European museums, more 600 links listed and discussed.  (French)

 

Egyptian Hieroglyphs

Have you ever seen Egyptian hieroglyphs and wondered what they meant? Here at Egyptian Hieroglyphs, we offer a basic introduction to help you learn and read this ancient writing system as it is used in the Middle Egyptian phase of the Egyptian language!

 

Egyptian Third Intermediate Period

Discussion of ancient Egypt’s Third Intermediate Period.

 

Egyptiana Emporium

Egyptological news, museum pieces, research, and more.

 

Egyptology in Australasia

Australasia has three major centres of Egyptology, at Auckland, Macquarie, and Monash, with strong community interest throughout the continent. Research covers all phrases of Egypt’s history, from pre-Dynastic to early Islamic, throughout the country.

 

Epoque-Pharaonique Le Site

Photography and discussion of ancient Egypt.  (French)

 

Hatshepsut Project

Discussions and photography related to Pharaoh Hatshepsut.

 

Hieroglyphic Lovers with Sameh Maqar

If you like the Old Egyptian Language and interested in Interpretation of Egyptian Common Expressions .. Join Us.  (English and Arabic)

 

I Bring to You Egypt

I love Egypt and Egyptian history especially XVIII DYNASTY, Amarna Period and Akhenaten’s reign…. I created this page to share with you all the things I love and enjoy and all the wonders and beauty of Egypt.

 

I Love Archaeology

All things archaeological, with a good deal of Egyptology.  (Russian, English).

 

I’m Into Egyptology

A great meeting place for every one into Egyptology. Amateur or professional, student or professor, holiday maker or academic, Khufu or Ramses, Nefertari or Nefertiti.  Please share your thoughts, photos, news stories, Egyptology societies, lectures, summer schools, evening classes, exhibition and books. In fact anything that might of interest to others.

 

Initiation aux hiéroglyphes égyptiens, par Slim Fouad

Introduction to Egyptian hieroglyphs, by Fouad Slim.  (French)

 

Kemet.nl

The Kemet site informs you about all sorts of fascinating aspects of ancient Egyptian culture. An intriguing journey through pyramids, temples and tombs. Pharaoh’s come to life, the gods speak. A journey through the magical and mystical past of a country that was at the beginning of our civilization. Kemet tells the story of a country with a glorious history. Designed for people who want to be surprised by the art, the habits and customs of the ancient Egyptians and also for those who for some more floor looking.  (Dutch)

 

Kemetic Reconstruction

Kemetic reconstructionism is the attempt to bring back the religion of ancient Egypt as much as possible as it was practiced in ancient times through use of reliable academic resources. It is not a new age movement so much as a traditionalist movement.

 

Mamluk Egypt

Studies of Mamluk History 1250-1517 (Arabic)

 

Not Just Another Akhenaten and Amarna Group

A group for people interested in Akhenaten and the Amarna period. As for making contributions to the group’s photo album and libraries of links and video clips, please contact me and I will change the settings so you can add them. Any photos/ links that are not about this subject will regrettably be declined/deleted.  Thank you for your attention. I hope you will enjoy this group, which is not just another Akhenaten and Amarna period group.

 

Not Just Another (Ancient) Egypt Group

A group for people interested in ancient Egypt.  The administration of this group would not tolerate any form of ethnocentricity, xenophobia, racism, non-/pseudo-/anti-intellectualism, discrimination based on social classes, gender inequality, and sexual-orientation-bashing. It is also not a forum for political and religious propagandas. Our stance is that of a modern, enlightened and egalitarian world, even the subject matters we deal with here are often below this ideal, which is altogether painfully obvious – there are seldom happy endings in history; and, these are usually short-lived.

 

Mummies Conservation

The ancient Egyptians believed that the preservation of the physical body was essential for the continuation of life after death, So the Conservators have the same believe about body but not only for the life of the person.  For all people around the world .This is the aim of the group “HOW TO PRESERVE AND CONSERVE WORLD MUMMIES”

 

Mummie’s en begrafenisrituelen Horus-reizen Luxor Egypte

Everything about mummies. Mummy masks, coffins, amulets and mummification itself including the materials that were used.  (Dutch)

 

Pr Ankh

The Egyptian House of Life.  In this house is Peace, Light, and a Love of Knowledge for Egyptian civilization.  (Arabic)

 

Protect Egyptian Cultural Heritage

The recent attempt at looting the Egyptian Museum in Cairo showed that the Egyptian Authorities were, at that time, not doing enough to protect the Egyptian Cultural Heritage.   This group wants to urge the Egyptian Authorities to take up their responsibilities and protect museums and historical sites in every possible situation.   In addition, it wants to honor the brave people of Egypt who stepped up to protect their cultural heritage against looting and/or vandalism.

 

Ushebtis Egipcios

Space dedicated to sharing and disseminating knowledge of art, history and culture of the ancient Egyptian civilization. (Spanish)

 

Vuestra Experiencia en Egipto

Serious discussion of Egyptian history, civilization, and archaeology.  Varied and rich in content.  (Spanish)

 

We Want an Online BA in Egyptology

The name says it all!

 

 

 

Just for Fun:  Tourism and Photography

 

Aegyptus

Photography and discussion of ancient Egypt.

 

Amentet Neferet – Religion and Traditions of Ancient Egypt

Discussions and photography of the ancient religious traditions of Egypt.

 

Egipto Faraonico

Photography and discussion of ancient Egypt.

 

Egypt Desert

Egypt’s deserts: plunge into a place of marvels.  See the incredible night sky; sit by the fire and next morning watch the sun rise in all its glory. A desert experience from another age Camp with the Bedouins.

 

Egypt for Egyptology

Egypt is the world’s rescue ship The Values of the Egyptian civilization is the ship that will save humanity from falling into the abyss of chaos and darkness.

 

Egypte Ancienne – Photographies – Dessins – Articles

Photographs, drawings, articles, all things about Ancient Egypt (French)

 

Egypt’s Antiquities

Photography, cultural, and scientific news.

 

Egyptomania

A love for Egypt is all that is required to join the conversation.  (Arabic, English)

 

Eternal Egypt: Sacred Land of the Pharaohs

Photography and discussion of ancient Egypt.

 

Flats in Luxor

Far from just an advert, this page is hosted by Jan Akshar who provides us with news current and ancient. See how the Ancient Egyptian lived, worked and was buried. Egyptian tombs, temples on your door. We can arrange other aspects of your stay in Luxor. Guided tours, taxi for the day, complete program of sightseeing, visit to individual historical sites, sunset sail on a felucca, a camel ride into the desert, all these and more.

 

Hieroglyphica

Realise your passion for Ancient Egypt. Learn to read Egyptian Hieroglyphs and uncover the fascinating tales of Egypt’s ‘Mr Bigs’ – the famous pharaohs. Discover the ancient words, the mighty kings and their legacy in stone. That’s Hieroglyphica.

 

Lovers of Civilization and Monuments

A group dedicated to the study of different civilizations in Egypt—Greek, Roman, and Coptic.  (Arabic)

 

Luxor

Travel and site-seeing in Luxor.

 

Masr/Egypte tourisme sincère – sincere tourism

We hope you will find here all information you need before your trip to Egypt.  Useful information (embassies, consulate, restaurants, transportation, good guides…..) and good addresses to organize a safe and great trip in Egypt.  (English, French, Arabic)

 

Photos & Egyptology

Photography of an Egyptological nature.

 

Tour Egypt

If you’d like to experience 7,000 years of history, we’re the company for you! Not only are we offering you customized organized tours but we also provide you with an extensive online guide to everything you need about Egypt through our website.

 

Voile sur le Nil

Pictures and experiences of Egypt.  (French)

 

What is Known About the Egyptian Civilization

Photography and discussion of ancient Egypt.

 

 

Most of the descriptions are taken from the relevant pages, but this list copyright by Keith Payne, 2012.  All rights reserved.

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43 comments so far

Philippe
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What a work !

Any query on google links to so many web sites about E.T. or worse, I think you’re right to say a word about the web sites that you appreciate, which sometime suffer from a lack of publicity, compared to the other one.

I will not send a “friend” request on facebook, I’m afraid we already are for many years :)

October 23rd, 2012 at 3:13 pm
Eduardo Rodríguez
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Me interesa la cultura egipcia

October 23rd, 2012 at 4:18 pm
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Hi Philippe! :-)

Yes, we go a way back now, don’t we? You were one of my earliest readers and commentors, and a good friend to boot. It is always great to see you here!

Cheers!
–K

October 23rd, 2012 at 4:40 pm
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Hola Eduardo :-)

Entonces usted ha venido al lugar correcto. ¡Bienvenido a casa!

Ciao,
- K

October 23rd, 2012 at 4:42 pm
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Why have you left out The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities/Société pour l’Étude de l’Égypte Ancienne?

We’ve been in existence since 1969, have 4 Chapters in Canada and hundreds of members worldwide. We have two websites, 2 online blogs, 3 twitter accounts, and 2 facebook groups and 2 facebook pages, and 2 facebook profiles.

Since you have included our former publishers SSEA/Benben, we are puzzled that you’ve managed to miss us.

October 23rd, 2012 at 8:35 pm
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SSEA members,

Please accept my humble apology, I don’t know how I missed listing your group, I am very aware of your presence on Facebook and you are certainly one of the cornerstones of Egyptology in social networking. I have added the page which is described as your primary Facebook page under the Societies and Associations section. This was a terrible oversight on my behalf and certainly does not reflect the esteem with which I hold your organization and the work you do.

As is inevitable with lists of this sort, there are groups and pages I have overlooked (I have added several since publishing earlier today), but there is no excuse for overlooking the SSEA.

Thank you for bringing it to my attention,
–K

October 23rd, 2012 at 8:51 pm
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Not only do we have a Egypt Society of Bristol, but Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery have a fine egyptian collection and has all the existing watercolours of Seti I tomb by Belzoni

October 24th, 2012 at 5:41 am
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There are so much more in other languages (German, Italian and even French)… and you have to consider that some are only ‘façades’ for Egyptology, as they are really selling something (services, apartments, courses). Only after some years and if you are really a professional, you will be able to distinguish the ‘predators’ from the actual Egyptology-related sites.

October 24th, 2012 at 6:16 am
ARCE-PA
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Hi,

We are the ARCE-PA chapter of ARCE. I see you have ARCE-Oregon, Northern Cal, Orange Country, and ARCE- Washington up there, but not us. Could you please add us?
Our website is: http://www.arce-pa.org and our FB page is:https://www.facebook.com/groups/155485532143/

Thank you!
ARCE-PA

October 24th, 2012 at 6:30 am
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ARCE Pennsylvania and the Egypt Society of Bristol have been added. Keep them coming! By the way, just a reminder, this list is just for the Facebook pages and groups. There are many fantastic websites out there. For an excellent list of non-Facebook archaeological sites, click HERE.

–K

October 24th, 2012 at 7:46 am
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Thank you for your kind reply.
Our Chapters also have facebook pages, groups or profiles:

Société pour l’Étude de l’Égypte ancienne (Our Francophone branch, based in Quebec)
https://www.facebook.com/groups/133376852984/

SSEA Vancouver Chapter
https://www.facebook.com/vancouverssea

SSEA Calgary Chapter
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Calgary-SSEA/280577115303717

October 24th, 2012 at 9:08 am
Dyan Hilton
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Thanks for the Add …
You might like to know that Amelia Edwards is also buried in Bristol.

October 24th, 2012 at 9:50 am
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The SSEA Calgary, Quebec, and Vancouver chapters have been added, thank you for the heads up!

–K

October 24th, 2012 at 10:24 am
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Dyan,

It sounds like Bristol is a very happening place for Egypology! I am envious. My own hometown is a very happening place for bourbon, basketball, and horseracing. :-\

–K

October 24th, 2012 at 10:26 am
Bev
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Great List. You may want to also consider Collecting Egypt Blog :-)

October 24th, 2012 at 10:50 am
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Dear Editor
Upset I did not to make your list. I know it was just an oversight ha ha. not to worry I will still continue to send traffic your way.
best wishes
Ijhoma.
Love your site

October 24th, 2012 at 7:18 pm
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Ijhoma,

Thanks for reading :-)

Do you have an active Facebook page that is centered on Egyptology? If so please provide the link and I will be glad to add you!

–K

October 24th, 2012 at 7:35 pm
ARCE-PA
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Thank you! :^D
We also added a twitter account last night @ARCE_PApres :^D
https://twitter.com/ARCE_PApres

October 24th, 2012 at 8:31 pm
Templo de Debod
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Hola a todos. Os paso las direcciones del Templo de Debod, en Madrid, por si pueden seros de interés:
http://www.madrid.es/templodebod
http://www.facebook.com/templodedebod

October 25th, 2012 at 1:07 pm
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Dear Editor
Many thanks for you response. I am enclosing my Facebook address for your readers. I am a qualifed Egyptologist who like your self enjoys passing on the knowledge. I am sure your readers will enjoy it
Best wishes
Ijhoma

October 27th, 2012 at 3:32 am
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Hi Ijhoma,

Thank you, this is certainly the place for Facebook social networking. For those who might not know, if you click on Ijhoma’s name you will go to the appropriate Facebook profile. I don’t inlude individuals in the list, but if you have a Facebook page or group, let me know and I will include it.

Cheers!
–K

October 27th, 2012 at 12:09 pm
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Egypt Days and Temple de Debod have been added to the list.

–K

October 27th, 2012 at 12:12 pm
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Hi Bev,

Does the Collecting Egypt blog have a Facebook page or group? If so I will gladly include them, so long as it is not an advertising site. I do have some commercial pages listed, but only because their content is primarly photos and stories of an Egyptological nature.

Let me know!

Cheers,
–K

October 27th, 2012 at 12:24 pm
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Added to the list under General Interest: Kemetic Reconstruction, Not Just Another (Ancient) Egypt Group, and Not Just Another Akhenaten and Amarna Group.

–K

October 29th, 2012 at 10:16 am
Panagiotis Kousoulis
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Hi Keith,
Nice work! Could you please add (under Schools and Institutions) the University of the Aegean Egyptological Research Group (http://www.facebook.com/pages/University-of-the-Aegean-Egyptological-Research-Group-UAERG/390358127694517)? University of the Aegean is the only Institution in Greece that promotes Egyptological studies for 10 years now!
Many thanks!
Panagiotis

October 29th, 2012 at 12:34 pm
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Hi Panagiotis,

Thank you :-)

UAERG has been added under Schools and Institutions. And you are right, it is an excellent resource. Thank you for recommending it!

Cheers,
–Keith

October 29th, 2012 at 7:07 pm
Panagiotis Kousoulis
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Many thanks Keith! Keep up the good work!
Panagiotis

October 30th, 2012 at 3:07 pm
Egyptian
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This is really a ethno-centric post. There are far more than 100 groups on FB, most of which you don’t mention at all. Your list is mostly English language groups, and you completely ignore all the groups that Egyptians themselves have created in Arabic! You are perpetuating the myth that only non-Egyptians are interested in Egypt’s past. It would be more fair if you were to qualify the introduction to your list to what it DOESN’T contain.

November 2nd, 2012 at 3:04 am
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Dear Egyptian reader,

Thank you for your input, and please know that I am taking it to heart. I want this list to be inclusive, so I have put out a request to my Facebook network for Arabic-language groups and pages. I will repeat that request here for my Em Hotep family: I am looking for Arabic-language Facebook pages and groups (no individual persons please) that deal with Egyptology with regard to the different subject headings in this article. As with the pages already listed, I do not want to become entangled in politics or religion, other than the sort of holiday greetings that are respectful to all.

If you have any links that you think might be good for this list, please feel free to post them here as others have done and I will incorporate them into the list. I would prefer that you friend me on Facebook and send them to me there, but if you wish to maintain your privacy, leaving them here as a comment is welcome as well.

And I want to apologize, without excuse, for not fairly representing my Arabic brothers and sisters in this list. It was not an intentional discrimination, and I am taking steps to rectify the situation. I want to warmly thank the reader who took me to task on this regard, as the result will be a better, more inclusive list.

Respectfully,
–Keith

November 2nd, 2012 at 10:17 am
Marc Orriols-Llonch
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Hello Keith,
Congratulations for your work! Could you please add (under Schools and Institutions) the Institut d’Estudis del Pròxim Orient Antic of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona(https://www.facebook.com/groups/133376852984/#!/pages/Institut-dEstudis-del-Pr%C3%B2xim-Orient-Antic-UAB/149096795153430). Our Institution is the only official center that teachs Egyptology in Spain
Thank you so much!
Marc

November 2nd, 2012 at 2:58 pm
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Hi Marc,

Thanks for reading! :-) I got the link and will add it when I update the list a little later today, and thank you for recommending it!

Cheers!
–K

November 3rd, 2012 at 1:46 pm
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Dear Readers,

More than a dozen additions to the list tonight, most of them Arabic-language. There are too many to list here, but if you do a “Find on this page” from your browser (probably under Edit) you can search for “Arabic”, “French”, or any other word for that matter. :-)

The list grows! Keep them coming!

Cheers!
–K

November 3rd, 2012 at 6:02 pm
Marc Orriols-Llonch
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Thank you so much Keith
Marc

November 4th, 2012 at 10:38 am
Francesca Berenguer
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Dear, why you dont add my Page in Facebook about Egyptology?. The name is: VUESTRA EXPERIENCIA EN EGIPTO.
I am Egyptologist and archaeologist, Thanks and best regards.
Congratulations for yor web and project.

November 4th, 2012 at 11:08 am
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Hola Francesca!

I have added your page under General Interest. Thank you for reading Em Hotep! :-)

Ciao,
–K

November 5th, 2012 at 8:19 am
Francesca Berenguer
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Thanks so much Dear Keith for the add our Page and congratulations for your Project and important work. Best regards. Francesca.

November 6th, 2012 at 7:40 am
Richard O'Neill
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wow, it’s going to take me some time to get through all these, what a fantastic database of internet sites, well done again Emhotep!

November 6th, 2012 at 8:56 am
Jean-Pierre Houdin
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Hi Keith,
Well done…a nice move…
Em Hotep! is on its way to become “the reference” about Ancient Egypt on Internet
Keep going…

November 7th, 2012 at 10:10 am
Richard O'Neill
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Hi Keith, i agree with Jean-Pierre, this is now my favourite reference for Ancient Egypt on the internet, keep going, excellent stuff!

November 7th, 2012 at 7:09 pm
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Hi Jean-Pierre and Richie :-)

Thank you both!! You are both very good friends to have, I look forward to us meeting up someday in front of the pyramids. You may say that I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one! ;-)

Cheers!
–K

November 13th, 2012 at 8:15 pm
Claire Tromeur
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Very Nice !!!

April 27th, 2013 at 3:43 am
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website for information and collection of ancient Egyptian objects in museums and public and private institutions located in Catalonia and western Mediterranean.
Catalan language web.

November 11th, 2013 at 6:45 am
Julia
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Thank you Keith!

January 14th, 2014 at 8:15 pm

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