Bibliography Home Page.
The Centre for Computer-aided Egyptological Research (CCER) from Utrecht University in the Netherlands.
An Egyptian Mummy in King Arthur's court. A 3-D reconstruction of an ancient Egyptian mummy using X-ray computer tomography.
Egyptology Home Page.
Egyptological Resources in Germany.
American University of Cairo Center for
American Egyptian Council is an advocacy group that posts e-mail/usenet updates on Egyptian political and social issues. AEC can also be reached by e-mail.
Color Tour of Egypt from The University of Memphis.
Egypt Interactive Home Page.
Egypt-Net. EGYPT-NET is a lively newletter published daily. E-mail submissions are compiled by the administrator into one long newsletter that is sent to all subcribers. Typical information is lively debate and news on Egypt. The body of the message should be subscribe EGYPT-NET firstname lastname expect delays in processing the subscription because the subscriptions are processed by hand. An archive is available.
Egyptian Information from the University of Cambridge.
Egyptians Only List. MESR is a discussion list open to Egyptians only. The body of the message should be subscribe MESR firstname lastname.
History and Tour of Alexandria.
Northwestern University Egyptian History Course.
Sinai Bedouin Women Homepage.
Soc.Culture.Egyptian USENET newsgroup.
Unofficial Egyptian Home Page.
Survey in the Eastern Desert of Egypt from the University
University of Bordeaux Egypt photograph collection.
Department of Egyptian Antiquities at the Louvre's Web Museum.
Egypt: Selections from the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.
Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology at Memphis State University.
The M.A. Mansoor Amarna Collection. Artwork from the 18th dynasty of Egypt.
Objects from the University of Michigan's Karanis excavation.
The University of Michigan Papyrus Digitization Project.
World Art Treasures. Egyptian art with annotations in French.
Alaa Ashmawy's Home Page on
Hany Bardissi's Egyptian Home Page.
Azer Bestavros' Home Page.
Abdel-Hadi Bukres' Home Page.
Moustafa Ghanem's London, Egypt. A guide to Egypt on the Internet with a particular emphasis on things Egyptian in and around London.
Nermeen Ismail's Home Page.
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