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American Research Center in Egypt - Antiquities Endowment Fund Grant Projects

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Fresh Approaches to Conserving Bio-Archaeology in Egypt: A Workshop on the Conservation of Human & Animal Remains

In recent seasons, beautifully preserved human burials and countless animal mummies interred inside ceramic jars have been carefully block lifted by conservators from the Nort…

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X-Ray & CT Scanning of 22nd & 25th Dynasty Egyptian Mummies from Thebes

The project undertakes the scientific non-invasive examination, macroscopically, by x-ray, and by CT scanning, of two male and two female intact mummies (and the internal orga…

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Conservation of the Vestibule of the Tomb of Karakhamun (TT 223) in South Asasif

The vestibule in the Tomb of Karakhamun was found in 2011 and excavated in 2012. It is decorated with drawings of daily life scenes. This is the earliest known Kushite example…

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Preservation & Interpretation of the Palace of Amenhotep III at Malqata in Western Thebes I

The Palace of Amenhotep III at Malqata is probably the best-preserved ancient Egyptian royal palace. It has been excavated principally by American missions, periodically for m…

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The Doctor and the Pasha: Travels of Alessandro Ricci (Publication Subsidy)

The Doctor and the Pasha is the English-translated critical edition, with notes and introductory chapters, of fascinating travel account written in 1826 by Italian physician a…

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Site Management at Merimde Beni Salama Project

The large Neolithic site of Merimde Beni Salama is located in the Nile West Delta. Since it was last investigated in the early 1980s, it has been surrounded by farmland and us…

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A Unique Middle Kingdom Funerary Garden in Thebes: documentation, interpretation and conservation

The recent findings of the Spanish archaeological mission at Dra Abu el-Naga include a funerary garden of the 12th Dynasty with seeds and pollen in a remarkable state of prese…

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Environmental Conditions & Long Term Preservation of the Collection at the Egyptian Museum: Advanced Training in Preventative

The Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University (NYU-IFA-CC) offers a highly focused training program in preventive conservation with special emphas…

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South Abydos Mastabas Project

The south Abydos mastabas project seeks to investigate the political, economic, and ideological situation during Dynasty XIII, a period of 150-170 years in which more than 50 …

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