Organized body of people aimed at the advancement, exchange of information, or group activities in the field of Egyptology.
An organization supporting Egyptological work and events. Membership open to the public. Local chapters in Arizona, North Texas, Northern California, Southern California, and Washington, DC.
Funds and facilitates the Giza Plateau Project, grew out of the Sphinx Project sponsored by the American Research Center in Egypt. Mission and project findings.
Official homepage of the Czech Institute of Egyptology, from the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, in Prague; available in both English and Czech.
Calendar of monthly illustrated lectures in Los Angeles by noted archaeologists about recent discoveries in Ancient Egypt. Includes an Ancient Egypt Bookstore, and Related Links.
Publications, news, excavation reports and contact information concerning this British Egyptological society.
ECHO is a charitable organisation concerned with all aspects of Cultural Heritage Management, site management and archaeological exploration in Egypt and a research tool for archaeologists and heritage managers working in Egypt.
Ancient Egypt SIG. Meets monthly, Denver CO. Online newsletter. Lectures, workshops, research journal on Egypt, study groups. Non-Profit Ed. Org.
An Australian society for the promotion of ancient Egyptian culture, it aims to promote public awareness of Egyptian culture from prehistoric times to the advent of Islam.
Undertaking several projects in Egypt's nautical history.
Created to support Egyptology and those who study it.
Dedicated to promote the study and public dissemination of culture, religion, art, language, life and death in ancient Egypt. Includes a newsletter, a library, subscription details and an application form. Located in the University of Reading, UK.
Dedicated to the advancement of interest and research into the Amarna period of ancient Egypt.
(Macquarie University) Information on projects, conferences, lectures, and courses.
Aims to foster an appreciation of the history and culture of ancient Egypt (as well as modern Egypt) through lectures, a newsletter and tours.
Organizes lectures, social events and tours to places of Egyptological interest. Based in London.
Part of The University of Oxford and specializes in Egyptology and Ancient Near Eastern studies. Provides information for visitors, library accessions and publications.
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