Web pages of the Griffith Institute
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IT Support Manager, the Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, and the
Oriental Institute Webmaster.
The Egyptologist responsible for the content of these web pages: Jaromir Malek, Editor of the Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts and Keeper of the Archive, Griffith Institute (list of publications).
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The Griffith Institute is a part of The University of Oxford and specializes in Egyptology and Ancient Near Eastern studies.
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Informs you of the latest additions and significant changes made anywhere in these Web pages.
Various items of information which you may find useful.
Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Reliefs and
This is the most important Egyptological project undertaken by the Griffith Institute. The Bibliography is used world-wide. This section contains a complete and continually updated text of Volume viii Objects of Provenance Not Known, Parts 1 and 2 (Statues) and working files of Parts 4 (Stelae: Early Dynastic to Dynasty XVII ) and 5 (Reliefs and Paintings).
The Griffith Institute
All you want to know about the largest specialized Egyptological archive in the world. Consult many of its holdings online.
Information on books published by the Griffith Institute which are in print, and how to order them. Some of the most influential books in Egyptology, such as Gardiner's Grammar and Faulkner's Dictionary have been published by the Griffith Institute.
The Egyptology and Ancient Near East section of the Sackler Library in Oxford is probably the most complete library of its kind in the world. The monthly lists of accessions available here are, in fact, a comprehensive annual bibliography of what is published in these subjects.
Research Tools and
Publications in Egyptology 2002-2008
We leave it others to maintain long lists of links to Web sites associated with Ancient Egypt, often of indifferent or dubious value. These are carefully selected Web sites which will save you time during your research. Publications in Egyptology 2002-2007 fills that crucial gap between the Annual Egyptological Bibliography and now.
The Search for
An online presentation of the excavation records kept by Howard Carter during his work in the Valley of the Kings before he found the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922.
of an Excavation
All the records made by Howard Carter and his team during the excavation of the tomb of Tutankhamun. Includes spectacular search facilities.
Databases of 19th-century photographs of Egypt and the Levant in the Archive of the Griffith Institute.
Includes Chariot to Heaven, a story set at Memphis during the reign of Tutankhamun, and The Sphinx Nose, an encyclopaedia of facts about ancient Egypt.
Who consults these Web pages, which items, when, how often, and many other things which you probably don't want to know.
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