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Chapter 22 - Past and Future

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 June 2021

Andrew Bednarski
Affiliation:
University of Cambridge
Aidan Dodson
Affiliation:
University of Bristol
Salima Ikram
Affiliation:
American University in Cairo
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The last half-century has seen a great deal of change in Egyptology worldwide, and not just in the way that scientific and methodological tools have become incorporated into research methods as a matter of course. In Egypt itself there is a marked increase in the number of excavations taking place by countries not traditionally represented in the field, with teams from Mexico, Argentina and China now initiating projects, for example. There are also more co-directed projects (on the basis of both nation and institution), as well as more formal research (rather than rescue or conservation) excavations carried out by exclusively Egyptian teams, not just from the Ministry of Antiquities, but with a renaissance of those that are university based.

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Print publication year: 2021

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