Web Link Recommendations


#1

Throw us your favourite information/research web links


#2

So love the Egypt Exploration Society. Been a member since the mid '90s… Excellent journal and events too!


#3

My YouTube channel… Lost of bits but also a few things of Kemetic practice…


#4

This one will hopefully be find a new home later in the year:

http://cowofgold.wikispaces.com/


#5

This is a hugely useful page, and while I down’t own a copy fo the full book, the daily festivals bit alone is handy to have, and it posts some really gorgeous pictures.


#6

I do see that pop up a fair bit. I keep meaning to have a look but I just can’t cope with more festivals right now! Wayyyyyy too many as it is :slight_smile:


#7

Oh yeah, the number of festivals that it contains is very extensive. I have a very select number that I celebrate, because as you say, there are already A LOT. It’s great though to have the calendar, and to have the seasons/ months available.


#8

Just been reminded (due to an email) that https://www.academia.edu has loads of wonderful papers coming out all the time. Well worth a look.


#9

This one looks interesting on the AE language:


#10

Just spotted…

https://www.arce.org/guidebook-afterlife


#11

I really don’t have time for another degree (already have a few degrees in mind should that time come!) but really MUST take a look at this. I’m going to give one of the taster’s a go first…

http://www.egyptologyonline.manchester.ac.uk


#12

and

which I’ve linked elsewhere, are my two most frequently checked links for information on deities.


#13

The first sounds familiar, not seen that second one before, so thanks for that! There are a few good sources on jackals, a guy called Terrence De’… is one of the best. I met him at an EES event some years ago. I can’t remember if I’ve put my book list up. If not I will dig his references. Thanks.


#14

Terence DuQuesne. He was my mentor and I am the owner of per-sabu.org. (waves @Allati) I’m happily back in the UK after being away for six years and glad to see a UK kemetic group. :smile:


#15

Ah I think we’ve met then. I remember going to an EES event where he was presenting a paper and saying hello to a Kemetic researcher working for him. That was a few years back now :slight_smile:

Anyway welcome! Good to have another join us :slight_smile: Feel free to post away.
K


#16

Ah yes. That certainly would have been me. His talk on that occasion would have been: “ANUBIS AND SETH - a study in ambivalence” if that sounds familiar?


#17

That does sound familiar. Yay! Hello again then :slight_smile:


#18

A few public resources from my Introduction course Oxford Uni that are quite handy, some of which I wasn’t aware of:
http://www.egypt.swan.ac.uk/
https://egyptsites.wordpress.com/
http://www.ancientegypt.co.uk/geography/explore/main.html
https://www.ancientegyptonline.co.uk/index.html
https://henadology.wordpress.com/
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/museums-static/digitalegypt//Welcome.html
https://escholarship.org/uc/nelc_uee
https://www.pyramidtextsonline.com/
http://www.egypt.swan.ac.uk/

More to come!