RECOMMENDED LINKS 
 
 
This is not one of those thousand-links pages,
but a very limited collection of what I personally find
useful, informative, weird or funny.





 

  


 

 


If your browser gives you too much Bauval, Hancock and West when you are looking for the
Sphinx or the Pyramid, try the search engine below.
You'll be surprised what else can be found on the net.
Argos is a limited-area search of the ancient
and medieval internet.



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If you don't like messing around with browsers, this is one of the most informative sites.
Andrew Bayuk also hosts the official web site of
the director of the Giza Pyramids.


Dr. Zahi Hawass



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I love this site because here you can "uncover the enigmatic TEKENU".
You don't know what a TEKENU is ?
See, that's why you should go there!
Greg Reeder is a Contributing Editor of the

KMT Journal

and also maintains their web site.




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Are you into computer analysis and drawings of the Great Pyramid?
The
ORIENTAL INSTITUTE site

features a page with the most important step
Mark Lehner and John and Peggy Sanders took
towards a virtual Giza
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There are lots of museums around the world, but there is only one
that owns a pyramid exploration robot.
Since May 1993 Upuaut-2 has been housed in the British Museum in London.
Visit the Egyptian Collection site to see
why Upuaut feels pretty much at home there.



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There's nothing more to explain once you've read the logo below.
This is the stuff that really turns me on.



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If you're looking for "The Hall of Records," this is not the right place for you.
Here you'll find only resources that don't fiddle with it.
Nigel Strudwick maintains this
Egyptology Resources
page which has been set up to provide a
www resource for Egyptological information.



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Greg Taylor, a 28 year old student of Ancient History and Classics,
spends far too much of his time in front of his computer.
Thanks to this we have THE DAILY GRAIL,
a daily updated web site reporting internet news
focussing, usually, on "ancient history" matters.
A colorful combination of Dniken, eggheadedness
and cool comments.


WARNING!
This site contains Gantenbrink files.


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Visit this site for enlightenment about
"who really built the pyramids."
But don't blame me if you wind up suffering from laughing cramps.



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You can find more links on Egyptology and Archaeology on the pages below.

 

 

DOUG'S ARCHAEOLOGY SITE     ANCIENT EGYPT AND EGYPTOLOGY     LINKS TO ARCHAEOLOGY SITES


EGYPT INTERACTIVE

 

 

 

 



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