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Photographs 2007

The rear pillaster identifying Emperor Titus with the Contra-temple of Amun-Nakht. Epigraphers Prof. Kaper and Drs Elsbet van der finding the early morning work at Ein Birbiyeh rather cold.
Conservator Adam Zielinski effecting initial conservation at the newly-found external structure at the north side of Ein Birbiyeh temple. Note what seems to be a relieving arch. This was above what appeared to be a large niche for a stela or a similar. Excavating in a room at Ismant el-Kharab (ancient Kellis), in a third century house. The dating is revealed by the green painted wall decoration still preserved.
Detail of some of the painted third century wall decoration at Ismant el-Kharab (Kellis). This is the top of the wall and more painted motifs can be seen still buried. Colin Hope supervising excavation at Ismant el-Kharab.
Excavating in the deep Sanctuary at Ain Birbiyeh. Amheida brick Pyramid under reconstruction.
Amheida room with decorative painted plaster. Amheida Roman excavations. Inside a room with a circular feature, ?an eating area.

Newsletter 2008 - 2009.

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Newsletter 2006 - 2007.

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Newsletter 2005 - 2006.

This year’s report summarises many of the papers read at the Symposium held in Cairo in June 2006, generously sponsored by Vodafone Egypt. These covered some of the work undertaken in the 2005-2006 season but others took a longer term view of our activities.

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