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Egyptian Studies

The Amarna Project seeks to explore the ancient Egyptian city of Amarna and its historical context, reserve what is left of it, promote study and recording of its history, archaeology and traditional life.
Ancient Egypt is a bimonthly magazine, written by experts in the field of Egyptology, that covers the latest news, discoveries, excavations and research on the history of Egypt from predynastic times.
Ancient Egypt Research Association (AERA) aims to advance archaeological research, conservation, and training in Egypt, with a focus on ancient settlement and the archaeology of the Giza Pyramids Plateau.
Ancient Egypt: the Mythology is dedicated to providing the most detailed and accurate information about the gods, goddesses and religious beliefs of the ancient Egyptian people.
Digital Egypt for Universities is an online archive of over 3300 pages plus 3D reconstructions of 14 archeological sites as part of a project by University College London and the Petrie Museum.
The Egypt Study Society (ESS) is an organization for people who are interested in ancient Egypt. ESS programs include lectures, slide and video presentations, seminars, and hands on workshops.
Egyptian mythology contained a compelling and nuanced worldview of great philosophical depth that addressed fundamental, timeless existential concerns. This site discusses the myths of ancient Egypt.
EAE is an online platform bringing the magic and mystery of ancient Egypt right to your screen. See ancient Egypt through the eyes of a local, Mai, who creates videos and articles about Egyptian history, mythology, art, culture and more.—The Khemit School of Ancient Mysticism—is an open forum, with free membership, for all who wish to learn, teach, research and share about everything relating to Khemit (Egypt).
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.
The Museo delle Antichità Egizie is the only museum other than the Cairo Museum that is dedicated solely to Ancient Egypt. As Champollion famously wrote, “The road to Memphis and Thebes passes through Turin”.
Since its founding in 1978, the Theban Mapping Project (TMP), which is now based at the American University in Cairo, has been working on a comprehensive archaeological database of Thebes.