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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Egyptology.

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Examples

  • Dominic Montserrat, in his Akhenaten History, Fantasy, and Ancient Egypt (Routledge 2000), p. 145, notes that Egyptological fictions "peak in the 1920s -- at the time of the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb and wide press coverage of Amarna -- and in the 1970s, during the international exhibition of Tutankhamun's funerary equipment."

    TutWatch: Reading Tut

  • And while everyone knows Howard Carter's name, that of the excavator of Tanis is Egyptological trivia.

    Treasures of Tanis

  • The first two episodes, which I've had a chance to review, cover a couple of Egyptological warhorses: "Nefertiti: the Mummy Returns" and "Who Built Egypt's Pyramids?"

    En Route to the Truth

  • For general links to Egyptological websites, see Egyptology Resources, Egyptology. com, and Archaeologic. com.

    TutWatch: Tut in Cyberspace

  • At noon, they told me to get lost for a couple of hours – and I did just that, killing time in the Metropolitan Museum, looking at Old Masters and Egyptological remnants, and the subdued ethereal delicacy of French Impressionists, and trying somehow to keep my mind off things to come.

    State of the Union

  • Last year, the public was hit by a media barrage touting an amazing Egyptological find: a long-neglected mummy was none other than the famous queen Nefertiti.

    Where's Nefertiti?

  • Sure, there are some small inaccuracies that will raise a few Egyptological eyebrows.

    Television: Fresh Look at the Pyramids

  • "[Pseudoarchaeological] perpetrators and their followers seemed to deal with each and every objection by abusing the questioner, twisting facts, or invoking an Egyptological conspiracy that would make Watergate look insignificant," says Wall, who claims to be particularly proud of having been labeled a "sniveling, insinuating little worm" by one preeminent pseudoarchaeological author during an online discussion.

    Pseudoscience in Cyberspace

  • Egyptology Resources has links to sites on Egyptology, and Egyptological institutions, museums, and societies.

    Multimedia: What's On Line? Part II

  • What is your Egyptological passion, hitherto unsatisfied?

    The Mummy Case

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