The Egypt Exploration Society funds and supports archaeological fieldwork and research in Egypt. The Society is the UK’s oldest independent funding body in the field of Egyptology, and continues to carry out ground-breaking research in Egypt at sites including Kom el-Daba, Quesna and Tell Basta and the ancient capitals of Memphis and Thebes. With over 125 years' of experience, the Society today is a vibrant organisation with an international membership. We run a dynamic and extensive programme of educational events, organised both in Egypt, and throughout the UK, as well as publishing a broad range of Egyptological books.
The Society acts as research consultants to the media; recent projects have included: ‘The Man Who Discovered Egypt’ for the BBC, work for Tiger Aspect Productions, as well as stories for The Guardian, Independent and The Times, and even a CBeebies pre-school show!
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in ancient Egypt. As a member you'll be helping us to explore, promote, and protect ancient sites, gaining a fuller understanding of the historical cultures of Egypt. Click the link above to choose the membership that's right for you, and directly support fieldwork in Egypt.
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