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Agriculture and the Origins of the State in Ancient Egypt.
By Robert c. Allen
Explorations in Economic History

Ancient Egypt Magazine

Annual Egyptological Bibliography

The Art of the Fake: Egyptian Forgeries from the Kelsey Museum of Archeology - (dead link) From Kelsey On-Line

Death in Ancient Egypt.
By Alexandra A. O'Brien
A project and publication of The Research Archives of the Oriental Institute, Chicago

The Death of Gods in Ancient Egypt
By Jane B. Sellers

Demotic Texts Published on the World Wide Web.
By Alexandra A. O'Brien
A project and publication of The Research Archives of the Oriental Institute, Chicago

Directory of Institutions and Scholars Involved in Demotic Studies
By Janet H. Johnson and Alexandra A. O'Brien

The Egyptian Coffin Texts
by Adriaan de Buck

The Egyptian Culture Reflected in Worship
By Deborah Howard
From Exploring Ancient World Cultures: Essays on Ancient Egypt

The Egyptian Economy and Non-royal Women: Their Status in Public Life.
By William A. Ward
(NEH Lecture, Brown University, 21 June, 1995)

Egyptian Law Bibliography
By Bernard J. Hibbits

Egyptian Royal Tombs of the New Kingdom
By Kelley L. Ross

Egyptologist's Electronic Forum

Egyptology in Australia
By Karen Sowada

ETANA
Electronic Tools and Ancient Near Eastern Archives.
"This is the first time that library science, computer science, and Near Eastern archaeology have worked in such a close relationship. When developed, the digital library will make both the primary data and secondary studies of participating projects immediately available online and accessible world-wide."

The George Ortiz Collection
"...works of art from Greece, as well as from some of its forerunners, Mesopotamia and Egypt, and its peripheral cultures spanning a period of time from the Neolithic to the Byzantine Empire; also sculptures from Africa, Pre-Columbian America and the Pacific... this web site offers the full corpus of the Collection [280 pieces], with 20 key works presented in a 3-D format for your understanding and enjoyment. "Fully-searchable" catalogue entries are available for each object, as well as glossaries. Additionally, there are news about exhibitions and information about the printed versions of The George Ortiz Collection catalogue, the standard reference on the Collection."

The History of Mathematics: Egypt
By David E. Joyce

The House of Ptolemy
By Adam D. Philippidis

KMT: A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt

The Leuven Database of Ancient Books

A Little Egyptian Reading Book - (dead link) By Stephen Fryer

A New Light On Ancient Art: Using Computers To Understand Traditional Cultures
By Lynn Holden

Papyrus of Ani; Egyptian Book of the Dead
By E. A. Wallis Budge

Pharaohs of the Sun
Akhenaten, Nefertiti, Tutankhamen
"View twenty selected highlights that trace the story of Akhenaten, his city, and his legacy. Linked to each of these highlights are related objects with which to explore the exhibition further."

The Pyramids and Temples of Gizeh (etext)
By Sir W.M. Flinders Petrie, 1883.
In addition to the online the site also includes Supplemental Data: Corrected Great Pyramid Course Elevations and links to related websites.
By Ronald Birdsall

Restoring ancient Egyptian artifacts... by computer
By Hans van den Berg

Symbolism in Architecture: The Window of Appearance: The Temple Palace of Rameses III at Medinet Habu 1175 BC
By Mohammed Motlib

The Temple of Tutu: A Reconstruction
An imaging reconstruction by Caroline C. McGregor

University of Chicago - Oriental Institute

Women and Gender in Ancient Egypt from Prehistory to Late Antiquity.
Online exhibit from the Kelsey Museum exhibition

Women in the Ancient Near East: A Select Bibliography of Recent Sources in The Oriental Institute Research Archives.
By Kent Weeks

Academic Info. All rights reserved.

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