Great Pyramid: how my research on ancient Egyptian poetry led to an amazing discovery by Dr Roland Enmarch
What began as an expedition to record the inscriptions of ancient Egyptian quarry workers produced a remarkable discovery about the Great Pyramid at Giza.
The travelling sketchbook by Paul Gatenby
This course was initially planned as a mix of theoretical work in the seminar room accompanied by drawing excursions into the city for the practical elements.
Star Wars: from the force to R2D2, does the science hold up? By Professor Carsten Welsch
Science fiction in general – and Star Wars in particular – is a hugely popular genre, much because of the titillating possibility that the mind-blowing technology we see on screen could one day work.
Tetisheri: I help the natural beauty of Ancient Egypt shine through
It’s that beauty, that style, that permeated both the lives and the afterlives of the Egyptians that’s the driving force still bringing us into the Egyptology fold today.