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Egypt Exploration Society

working in Egypt for 125 years

Since its founding in 1882 the Egypt Exploration Society’s mission has been to explore ancient Egyptian sites and monuments, to create a lasting record of the remains, to generate enthusiasm for, and increase knowledge and understanding of, Egypt’s past and to raise awareness of the importance of protecting its heritage. Today the Society supports archaeological research projects throughout Egypt. We rely almost entirely on the support of our members and the wider public to fund our work and run an extensive programme of educational events in Egypt, the UK and beyond to convey the results to our audience.

You can follow our work in print and online via a series of blogs: The Delta Survey, The Imbaba SurveyThe Minufiyeh Survey, The Tell Basta Project, The Tell Mutubis SurveyThe Theban Harbours and Waterscapes Project, EES Director, Egyptian Archaeology (EA)To join our mailing list, please click here

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Membership is open to all. By joining you'll be helping us to explore, preserve, and protect ancient Egyptian sites and monuments. If you are a Member and would like to renew your subscription please click here.

  

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30.03.2015
Centenary Awards 2015
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23.03.2015
Amelia Edwards Blue Plaque unveiled
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19.03.2015
Rediscovering Pendlebury's 'Crock of Gold' in the Amarna archive by Katherine Piper
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19.03.2015
EES partners Jurassic London celebrate the unveiling of Amelia's Blue Plaque
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13.03.2015
Soon in print again: A Guide to Religious Ritual at Abydos
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