Some of these web sites offer products or services for which a fee is charged.
Egyptology Books and Articles in PDF Online - University of Memphis
Searchable on-line list compiled under the direction of Dr. Nigel Strudwick and supported
by the IEAA and the University of Memphis. The list links directly to free PDF files of books and articles about ancient Egypt.
Online Egyptological Bibliography - University of Memphis ONLY
Searchable on-line database of Egyptological publications.
By subscription ONLY.
View on-line copies of many out-of-print titles related to Near Eastern Studies.
Over 300 journals, both current and out-of-print
Over 2000 books
Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt is available on-line to University of Memphis
students, faculty and staff through the U of M Library portal. From the main University
Library web page, select "ALL Databases A - Z", then find "Oxford Reference Online"
in the listing. You will find the series listed under the "History" section.
Available ONLY to current University of Memphis students, faculty and staff.
UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology
Link from the Introductory page to the UEE Open Version of this in-progress web site.
Egyptian Museum, Cairo - Catalogue Général
The web page collects links to digitalized versions of the volumes of the Catalogue général des antiquités Égyptiennes du Musée du Caire.
Index and Articles in BIFAO
Downloadable PDF files on individual articles in Le Bulletin de l'Institute français d'archéologie orientale.
Covers volumes 1 (1901) through 106 (2006).
Griffith Institute, Oxford
Griffith Institute archive, publications, 19th century photographs of Egypt, Tutankhamun
AEB: Annual Egyptological Bibliography
On-line bibliographic information for recent (since 1992) Egyptological publications.
By subscription only.
Giza Archives Project - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
A source for bibliography and free downloads of books and journal articles related
to the Giza Plateau. Titles include -
Brooklyn Museum: Libraries and Archives
This includes links to recent acquisitions of the Wilbour Library of Egyptology.
New York Public Library Digital Books
Several out-of-print volumes on ancient Egypt are available here. Titles include -
Histoire de l'Art Égyptien (1878)
Online images of each page in the book by Prisse d'Avennes.
Description de l'Égypte: ou, Recueil des observations et des recherches qui ont été faites en Égypte pendant
l'expédition de l'armée française. (1809-1822)
Online images of each page of the classic text on the French survey of Egypt.
Google Book Search
A full text source for out-of-copyright books and references for those still in print.
Egyptology in Russia - Wörterbuch and Paläographie
PDF copies of such useful resources as "WÖRTERBUCH DER AEGYPTISCHEN SPRACHE" by A.
Erman and H. Grapow, the WÖRTERBUCH "Belegstellen" and all four volumes of G. Moller's
EEF Guide to Internet Resources for Ancient Egyptian Texts
Egypt Exploration Fund guide with live links to internet resources for ancient Egyptian
German web site with high resolution images of pages and plates to all five volumes
of Carl Richard Lepsius' DENKMÄLER AUS AEGYPTEN UND AETHIOPIEN.
Database for Early Dynastic Inscriptions
When fully operational, this database will assemble all available Early Dynastic inscriptions.
Center for Computer-Aided Egyptological Research (The Netherlands)
Resources include an electronic list of ancient Egyptian personal names, glyph programs
for PC and Mac computers, electronic publications on Egyptological topics, and much
Tyndale Archive of Biblical Studies
On-line version of Walter Crum's A Coptic Dictionary (1939).
Digitized Articles from ZPE
On-line archive of PDF copies of articles from the journal 1988-2000. Free.
'The Merotic Newsletter' - A Digital Compilation
Scans of articles on Meroitic topics presented in PDF format. Free.
David Brown Book Company
Carries most English-language and many foreign language Egyptology titles currently
Sells reproductions of out-of-print titles on ancient Egyptological topics.
All titles are in electronic format (pdf or HTML).