Kmt, A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt, is an English-language periodical devoted to articles on the 3,000 year history, culture, intriguing personalities, art and architecture of ancient Egypt.
Summary: Kemet (Kmt), the “Black Land,” is what the ancient inhabitants of the Nile Valley and Delta called the first nation-state of antiquity.
Kmt includes features on the pioneers of Egyptology and their discoveries, as well as coverage of modern archaeological exploration and conservation. Each magazine-size issue is 88 pages on glossy stock, with 6-8 main features and scores of archival and brand new photos in full color, plus maps, plans and dynamic graphics.
Kmt has thousands of readers worldwide and an editorial advisory board of professional scholars from the U.S., Canada, Great Britain and Egypt.