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Egypt Exploration Society

working in Egypt for 125 years

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Centenary Awards

The EES Centenary Awards were established with funds raised by an appeal in the year of our centenary, 1982, to encourage students to undertake their first research projects, either in Egypt or in museum and archive collections.  The first award was made in 1983 and many of the grant holders, then in the early stages of their careers, have since become established Egyptologists, some now directing their own fieldwork projects in Egypt (click here for a full list).

The Centenary Awards, now aimed at "early career researchers", are advertised annually and successful candidates often have articles on their work published in the Society's internationally renowned Egyptian Archaeology magazine.  The Society welcomes applications for fieldwork and also for museum/archive-based research, particularly where this has arisen from, or can be related to, present or past EES fieldwork.

Centenary Award Holders 2014

In 2014, the Society was able to make £6000 available for Centenary Awards - 50% more than in previous years - but with twenty-five high-quality applications, we could still not support as many projects as we might have wished.  Awards were made to:

Further information on the 2014 awards is available here.

Centenary Award Holders 2012

Grants were made for the following projects:

Further information on the 2012 awards is available here.

Centenary Award Holders 2011

Grants were made for the following projects: 

Centenary Award Holders 2010

Grants were made for the following projects:

 

 

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