KMT Magazine Volume 27: Issue 4

  • "Wilkinson House Opens in Luxor" by Pearce Paul Creasman
  • “Amelia Edwards' Grave Now a UK National Monument” by Aidan Dodson
  • "Ptolemaic Galleries Re-Installed at the Metropolitan Museum"
  • "Excavating Sakkara in the Quibell Archive at Milan" by Christian Orsenigo
  • "Why Sinuhe Ran Away" by Dylan Bickerstaffe
  • "Giant of Egyptology - Amelia B. Edwards" by Dennis C. Forbes
  • Plus "Editor's Report", "Nile Currents", "For the Record" and Book Reviews
  • TT255: Roy’s Tomb

    • Posted on: 23 January 2017
    • By: mprythero
    Monday, November 21, 2016

    We will take a tour of this small but exquisite 18th Dynasty tomb, with a chance to see all the remaining decorations. Along the way, we will find what is typical about this tomb for its location, date and owner’s status – and we will see what is different.

    Jan Stremme
    Speaker Bio: 
    Jan Stremme is not an Egyptologist – her only formal academic credit is a bachelor’s degree in English. However, she has been an active member of the ESS for twenty years, so she has absorbed bits of information from books, lectures, seminars, and informal classes. She has also been fortunate enough to travel to Egypt several times with some of her most learned friends.