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Data & Resources (mostly open access)

Ra slays Apep (tomb scene in Deir el-Medina)

DATA and RESOURCES  (Egypt & Sudan)

Mostly open access, many require registration

 

AEgAROn – Ancient Egypt Architecture Online

Accessing Virtual Egypt

Aluka – Digital Library (for Africa)

*Ancient Egyptian Animal Bio Bank (they also have a blog)

Ancient World Digital Library (older books scanned)

Ancient World Scholarly Bibliographies – Near East and Egypt

AWOL – Open Access Ancient Nubia and Sudan (2.Oct.2013)

The Animal Mummy Database (Egypt)/

Arcane Project – Associated Regional Chronologies for the Ancient Near East

*Archbase – A Site for Archaeological Data (Fayum and Eastern Desert)

Bernard Bruyères Archives (Deir el Medina)

The Bibliography of Ancient Egypt

Cairo Genizah Collection of the Bodleian libraries

CCER – Internet Archive Wayback Machine

Champillon and Rosellini Expeditions Online

DBMNT – Database of Medieval Nubian Texts

The Deir el-Medina Database

Desheret’s World Map Museum Guide (museums with Egyptological collections)

Digitized Arabic Texts – American University of Beirut

*Egyptian Early Dynastic Inscription Database Online

*Egyptological – Looting Database 2011+

Egyptology Resources – Essential Resources

Egyptology Resources: Publications of the Czech Institute of Egyptology

Encyclopaedia of Egyptology – UCLA

*The el-Amarna Letters at the Vorderasiatisches Museum of Berlin – online (transliterations) (also in German and Spanish)

ETANA – Electronic Tools and Ancient Near East Archives – core texts

Gertrude Bell Library – Newcastle University

*The Giza Archives

The Global Egyptian Museum

Jsesh – an Open Source Hieroglyphic Editor

Karnak Cachette Database

*Karnak – Projet d’Index Global des Inscrptions des Temples des Karnak

Livius – Articles on Ancient History

Museum Collections of objects from Deir-al-Medina

Museums with online catalogues (links – Egyptian collections)

Near Eastern Studies – Library Guides at Johns Hopkins University

Nag Hammadi Library (Gnostic texts)

Online Egyptological Bibliography (subscription only)

Open Access Archaeology (searches in open access publications only, also possible to search for journals)(very nice)

Open Directory Project – Egypt (finds links to various websites)(also various languages)

Open access from Mark Lehner & team

Oxford Digital Library

*Papyri pages – Site Links

*Photographic Archive of Papyri in the Cairo Museum (not connecting on 19.Jan.2014)

Propylaeum – Ägyptologie (many more links)

Pyramid Texts Online

The Ramesseum Papyri (British Museum)

Rare Books and Special Collections Digital Library (AUC)

Rock Art in Egypt – photographs

SSN – The Subject Analysis Network (Egyptian Collections in the UK)(open access on Facebook)

Sudan Open Archives

TIMEA – Travellers in the Middle East Archive

Trismegistos (open access papyrological and epigraphic resources)

The World of Funerary Cones

 

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