International Assoc. of Egyptologists
August 23-30, 2015 in Florence, Italy.
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Upcoming EventsSaturday, March 7, 2015; 5:00pm
Tasha Vorderstrasse, Oriental Institute
Chapter: Illinois (Chicago)LECTURE: BEFORE Hatshepsut: Three Generations of Royal Women at the Birth of Ancient Egypt’s New KingdomWednesday, March 4, 2015 at 7:00 pm
Stephen Harvey, Director of Ahmose & Tetisheri Project, Abydos
Chapter: Northwest (Seattle), co-sponsored by the UW Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization
ARCE is delighted to announce that Associate Director, John Shearman, and his TT 110 team in Luxor have discovered a previously unknown private Dynasty 18 tomb.
ARCE partners with the Middle East Studies Center (MESC) at Portland State University (PSU) for a five-week seminar entitled, Egypt in Flux: the Ebb and Flow of History.
Thanks to our members, supporters, and partners, 2014 has been a very productive year for ARCE. Here is a 60 second review!
- ARCE goes to Washington to share the impact of USAID-funded conservation and trainining initiatives
- Job Creation and Site Improvement Projects at Mut Temple, Qurna, and Deir El Shelwit
- Conservation Field Schools at Deir El Shelwit (Isis Temple) and Mut Temple (statue restorations)
- Archaeological Field School at TT 110
- Newly Opened sites for tourism at Mut Temple and Deir El Shelwit
- Concluded conservation of the Red Monastery in Sohag
- St. Anthony's exhibition gallery
- Emergency conservation response at the Islamic Museum in Cairo
- Filming of a PBS documentary to air in 2015
- Publication of the The Tomb Chapel of Menna (TT 69) through AUC Press
- Historic Cairo conservation, a nearly 20 year initiative, is concluded with an Arabic handbook to be used by Egyptian teachers and tour guides. Maps in Arabic and English make self-guided tours possible.
For those feeling more reflective during this holiday season, read on! More about the impact of ARCE's work in 2014 >>
INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF MUSEUMS
The International Council of Museums, in an effort to fight against illicit traffic in cultural goods, compiles the Emergency Red List of Egyptian Cultural Objects at Risk. This list aims to help art and heritage professionals and law enforcement officials identify Egyptian objects that are protected by national and international legislations. View the Red List for Egypt.