From the female clergy during the New Kingdom to the significance of the semi-precious stone carnelian in Egyptian royal jewelry.
For centuries, Egyptian civilization and its antiquities have inspired passionate interest. Archaeologists, engineers, astronomers, poets, painters, people of different cultures, and travelers have been riveted by Egypt's ancient monuments. How much do we really know about these awe-inspiring wonders of the ancient world? This publication provides an up-to-date account of archaeology in the land of the pharaohs, including new discoveries and recent studies. This authoritative volume remains the definitive source for the findings of the various archaeological excavations undertaken in Egypt. For more than a hundred years, the Annales du Service has been studied by Egyptologists, students, and laypersons alike. Published under the auspices of Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities, its contributors include some of the most well-known Egyptologists in the world covering a broad range of archaeological disciplines and spectrums.
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Zahi Hawass, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities and National Geographic Explorer- in-Residence, is credited with major discoveries, such as the tombs of the Giza pyramid builders and the Valley of the Golden Mummies, which inspired a best-selling book. He has been
consultant for film, television, and magazines, and he lectures throughout the world. Ramadan B. Hussein received his PhD in Egyptology from Brown University in 2009. He currently works for Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA), where he started as Antiquities Inspector (1994-2001), then as
Director of the National Project of Documentation of Egypt's Archaeological Sites (2009-2012) and Co-Managing Editor of the SCA's Department of Publication (2009-2012). He excavated at Saqqara and Bahariya Oasis for the SCA and at Giza Plateau for the Joint expedition of Brown University-Cairo
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