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Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt Art Resources
This subsection of the Art History Resources site maintained by a professor of art history at Sweet Briar College in Virginia lists links to a number of resources covering a broad range of topics on ancient Egypt. It's a long list, including everything from museum exhibits to PBS documentaries, University projects, and the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism. Try "ctrl+F" to search for the term you're interested in.
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Ancient History Egyptians
This website was created by the BBC. Site covers the history, monuments, religion, and daily life in ancient Egypt. It also includes many articles written by noted scholars.
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Digital Egypt for Universities
This website is co-sponsored by the University College of London and the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology. It contains a variety of material, ranging from maps, timelines, images, and descriptions on ancient Egyptian art, architecture, writings, religion, and culture.
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Egyptian Museum
This website is created by the Cairo Museum. The Museum was established in 1835 and houses 120,000 artifacts. This Site has a virtual tour of its museum and features 189 of its key artifacts with a high-lighted new item each month. (Virtual tour is slow to load, but well worth the time.)
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Egyptology.Com
This website is created by KMT (A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt). It contains what they consider to be the "best Egyptian links" on the web.
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Explore the Pyramids
This website is created by the PBS show Nova. It features a virtual tour of the inside of the pyramids. While the virtual tour pales in comparison to the reality of actually being inside the pyramid, this is the best visual experience available without going to Egypt.
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Explore World Cultures: Ancient Egypt
This website is created by the British Museum. It features an online exhibit of 554 artifacts housed in the Museum. Site also covers the history, monuments, religion, and daily life of ancient Egypt.
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PyramidCam.com
This website was started in 2005 by Jim Sorenson and Vance Kozik. It features a camera that is located on the top of the Siag Hotel in Giza, the best possible vantage point to view the entire Pyramids Plateau. Like being there!
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Reeder's Egyptian Gallery
This website is created by Greg Reeder of Egyptology.com and contains links to digital artwork and artifacts. Many of these are from KMT articles.
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The Ancient Egypt Site
This website was created by Jacques Kinnaer, a Belgian Egyptologist. Site covers the history, monuments, and language of ancient Egypt. It also includes many images and detailed maps.
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The Plateau
This is the official website of Zahi Hawass the Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities and Director of Excavations at Giza, Saqqara and the Bahariya Oasis. He is THE authority on everything ancient Egyptian. This site has the latest news and information on Egyptian artifacts, digs, finds, and “in the news” items.
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The Pyramids and Temples of Gizeh
Online edition of the first edition of Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie's survey of the pyramids of the Gizeh plateau, published in 1883. The site contains plates with drawings of tombs, passages, and elevations.
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Theban Mapping Project
The Theban Mapping Project is sponsored by the American University in Cairo. The Project highlights excavations in the Valley of the Kings and contains two interactive atlases, for the Valley of the Kings and the Theban Necropolis, showing images and layouts of the tombs. The Site also has a collection of full text articles on related subjects such as funerary equipment, tomb builders, and tomb decoration.
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