Other Egypt Web Sites: Archaeology and Excavations
These are links to web sites that focus on archaeological sites and excavations in
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Giza Archives Project - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Field notes and object photographs from 40 years of digging and discoveries at Giza,
the site of the Great Pyramids of Egypt.
View online the original field notes and photographs from Howard Carter's discovery
of the tomb of King Tutankhamun.
Part of the "Tour Egypt" web site.
The definitive web site on all the tombs in the Valley of the Kings.
The official web site.
The work of Drs. Nigel and Helen Strudwick on the tomb of a nobleman from Egypt's
New Kingdom period at Thebes.
Information about Dr. Hawass's current activities and many projects in Egypt and abroad.
An on-line database and other resources focusing on archaeological remains, particularly
tombs and tomb decoration, dating to the Old Kingdom.
Information about the work of the Egypt Exploration Society at Tell el-Amarna.
"Tour" a detailed model of the city of Akhenaton.
Virtual tour of a reconstruction of a private home at Tell el-Amarna.
The web site is in French; press the arrow buttons on the right of the screen to
see the images.
Excavations at the Hyksos capital in the Nile Delta.
Web pages on several Egyptian archaeological sites and more.
View information and images related to excavations by W.M. Flinders Petrie and other
British scholars for the Egypt Exploration Fund.
Best web site for information about the late prehistory and early Dynastic history
of Egypt. Includes lots of images.