AE 133

Volume 22, Issue 133


The Sarcophagus of Sety I

Geoffrey Lenox-Smith describes the centrepiece of the Sir John Soane Museum.

The Jews of Alexandria: Part 2

Michael Tunnicliffe tells of growing anti-Semitism in Graeco-Roman Alexandria.

The Canaanite Dynasty

Andrew Fulton reveals what we know about the kings of the Fourteenth Dynasty.

Tutankhamun before Tutankhamun

Barbara Gai explains how the discovery of cache tomb KV54 made it likely that there was a tomb for the pharaoh to be found nearby.

Highlights of Manchester Museum

Campbell Price describes the restoration of a relief showing a family of archers from Dendera.

The plundering of Tutankhamun’s tomb

Amandine Marshall reconstructs the way in which two robberies were carried out shortly after the funeral of the young pharaoh.

2022: A Year to Remember

Carl Graves and Heba Abd-el-Gawad ask “What is so important about the Rosetta Stone?” and suggest a change of name.

Per Mesut: for Younger Readers

Hilary Wilson investigates the symbolism of the papyrus plant.

You may also like:

AE 131

Volume 22, Issue 131 Alan B. Lloyd considers whether or not the most famous of the Ptolemies was truly…

AE 130

Volume 22, Issue 130, Mar/Apr 2022 A new exhibition in the Nubia Museum, Aswan is described by Alejandro Jiménez-Serrano.

AE 129

Volume 22, Issue 129, Jan/Feb 2022 Andrew Fulton explores Egyptian life during the reigns of Vespasian to Trajan. To…