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EES Luxor Project now in the field and sending regular updates

The EES Theban Harbours and Waterscapes Survey Project team, led by Angus Graham, had to cut short the 2011 season when the revolution started in Egypt, (see EA 38, p.3). Fortunately this year all is going well and the team are making good progress with their geophysical scanning on the West Bank, collaborating with other missions working there. They also took advantage of a balloon ride to get an overview of the West Bank and identify suitable areas for scanning. To read the latest news from the team, go to:  http://eestheban.tumblr.com/

Kris Strutt taking readings with the Ramesseum in the backgound.

The balloon flying over the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III, with the Colossi of Memnon

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