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Brown University: Department of Egyptology
Providence, Rhode Island. Undergraduate and graduate programs.
Pyramidology - Pyramid Construction
A study of the logistical aspects of Egyptian pyramid construction in the 25th century BC by civil engineer Peter Prevos. Includes bibliography and links to Herodotus's comments on pyramid-building.
Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, Montreal
Society that proposes a deeper study of the ancient Egyptian civilization in the antiquity world.
The Egyptian Society of South Africa
Aims to foster an appreciation of the history and culture of ancient Egypt (as well as modern Egypt) through lectures, a newsletter and tours.
Wonders of Ancient Egypt
Dedicated to the wonders, mysteries, religion and history of ancient and modern Egypt. With details and resources on various related topics.
Czech Institute of Egyptology
A division of Charles University in Prague.
Table of Events - Ancient Egypt
A chronological list of important rulers and events that occurred during their reign, from the Predynastic Period to the end of the New Kingdom.
Pharaoh's Pump Foundation
Suggests that the Great Pyramid at Giza was built around a colossal water pump.
Institute of Nautical Archaeology: Egypt
Undertaking several projects in Egypt's nautical history.
Antiquities, classical, Egyptian, Pre-Columbian, tribal arts.
Guardian's Egypt - Resources
Gateway to Ancient Egypt resources on the Internet, including ancient history and culture, music, mythology, panoramic views and museums and exhibits around the world.
University College London: Institute of Archaeology
Offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in Egyptian archaeology.
History Link 101 - Ancient Egypt
Links to sites of art, biographies, daily life, maps, pictures and research on Ancient Egypt.
American Research Center in Egypt
A consortium of universities and museums that support archaeological and academic research in Egypt.
The Enterprise Mission - Great Pyramid Tunneling
Is a secret tunnel being excavated in the Great Pyramid? Part of Richard Hoagland's large site that also investigates Cydonia and the Miami Circle.