President Dr Ashley Cooke


This page identifies resources for developing knowledge of Ancient Egypt. While some are permanent there will also be one-off lectures, exhibitions and organised events as and when they arise.


Details of the Bloomsbury Summer School summer courses are now available on their website.

Joanne will also be running a number of Zoom lectures over the summer months.

Zoom into the Middle Kingdom: Part 1

Five-week course starting Monday 29th June at 10.30 – 12.00, cost £30
Tickets and details are available from Eventbrite here.

Zoom into the Middle Kingdom: Part 2

Five-week course starting Monday 10th Aug at 10.30 – 12.00, cost £30
Tickets available from Eventbrite here.

Zoom into the Museums: Treasures of Ancient Egypt: Part 2

A series of lectures visiting museum collections across the globe.
Five week course starting Friday 17th July at 10.30 - 12, cost £30
Tickets available from Eventbrite here.


Cheryl Hanson is arranging a visit to Budapest to view the Egyptian collection in the Museum of Fine Arts.
Full details are on the flyer which an be found here.


For information on the latest Egyptology events in the North of Britain visit the website of Egyptology North.

On-Line Resources

The Egyptian Society of South Africa (a.k.a. TESSA) is specifically dedicated to the study and enjoyment of the glories of ancient Egypt. Their website can be found here.

The"Ancient Egypt Magazine" is the only one covering the subject. The link gives access to information on Exhibitions and Museums, both home and abroad, book reviews, articles from past issues and much else. Their website is here.

The Luxor News is an invaluable asset to keep one up to date with current activities in the Luxor area. The URL is luxor-news.blogspot.co.uk/.

The University of Liverpool’s Department of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology, has assembled a team to keep you informed with news and events from the Department’s academic staff. You can find full details on their website here.

The Abercrombie Press has published a number of books relevant to Ancient Egypt. Details can be found here.