The August/September 2010 issue of “Ancient Egypt” magazine (published in the
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Contents of this issue include;
- News from
and the World of Egyptology: Our regular special report ‘From our Egypt Correspondent’ brings the latest news and information – you won’t find this anywhere else! This issue includes reports on new discoveries at Egypt Saqqara, Taposiris Magna, the Fayum, Karnak, and Bahariya and on a new exhibition at the Luxor in Egyptian Museum . Cairo
- “Amarna in
”: Andrew Fulton reports on an important and overlooked monument at Aswan , that dates to the reign of Akhenaten. Aswan
- The Anubi Project: Sabina Malgora and Imerio Palumbo join a bike rally on a journey through part of
’s Western desert. Egypt
- How Now Sick Cow: Conni Lord looks at the evidence for vetinary care in ancient
. Egypt , Egypt and Durham : Helen Armstrong and Rachel Grocke reveal the work in arranging for the exhibition in Japan of many ancient Egyptian items from the collection of the Japan in Oriental Museum . Durham
- The Department of Ancient Egypt and
at the Sudan : In the third of a series of articles on the work of the Department, Julie Anderson looks at the collections from British Museum and Sudan in the museum. Nubia
- King Narmer’s Catfish: Rosalind Park reveals the shocking story of the role of catfish in ancient
- Revealing the evidence for Expeditions to Punt: Cheryl Ward describes a significant discovery on the
Red Seacoast of which reveals much about seafaring expeditions to the Egypt . landof Punt
- PerMesut: in our regular feature for younger readers, Hilary Wilson provides something to do in the school holidays in “Be a Scribe”.
- H.W. Seton Karr and his ubiquitous flint collections: Mark Trumpour looks at an unusual collection, and why it is now in
- Net Fishing: our regular look at Egyptology on the Web, tracing the history of ancient
. This issue Victor Blunden looks at the reigns of the Libyan kings in the Twenty-second Dynasty. Egypt
- Remembering Ian Mathieson: Colin Reader and Bob Partridge.
Coming articles include:-
- A new display of objects from
, now in Eton College . Birmingham
- Travellers in Egypt’s Western Desert
- The Book of the Dead
- Building a modern replica ship to sail in the wake of Hatshepsut.
- The False Door of Useramun at
Karnak: A translation of the texts.
- Why Belzoni went to
- Tutankhamun’s Khepesh Swords
New Books featured in the August issue
- Amarna Sunset, by Aidan Dodson.
, An Introduction, by Salima Ikram. Egypt
- The Hidden Life of Ancient
, by Clare Gibson. Egypt Illustrated, by Michael Haag. Luxor
- Cresswell Photographs re-examined , edited by Bernard O’Kane.
- A Companion to Ancient Egypt, edited by Alan Lloyd.
- A photographer on the Hajj, by farid Kioumgi and Robert Graham.
- Sam Steele’s Adventures: The Treasure of Karnak, by L.Frank Baum.
- Travelling Through the Deserts of Egypt, edited by Sahar Abdel-Hakhim and Deborah Manley.
(Previous book reviews can all be seen on the magazine’s web site, www.ancientegyptmagazine.com)
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