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The Real Treasure of Tutankhamun

Uncovering a Wealth of Information Using Everyday Objects The tomb of Tutankhamun, opened up by Howard Carter and his team in November 1922, is the only “essentially intact” pharaoh’s tomb…

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The Hart of the Matter

From art and literature, to royal emblems, to your local pub, the white hart has leapt and gamboled across British history, taking shelter under the ancient trees of deer parks….

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The Symbolic Animal

Here is your sign to learn more about what makes humans ‘symbolic animals’. In this blog, Guido Guarducci, co-editor of Archaeology of Symbols, explores the ways in which people have used…

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Looking for books from other publishers?

The distribution of our books and those of publishers we previously represented moved to our friends at Casemate UK (a Pen & Sword company) in September 2022. We made this change to provide an even better service for our former distribution clients and to allow us to focus on our publishing programme. You can find books by Oxbow, Windgather and our former distribution clients on the Casemate UK website.

New series announcement:
Oxbow Classics in Egyptology

We have embarked on an ambitious project to reissue Aris & Phillips’ seminal typological catalogues of Flinders Petrie’s finds, bringing these influential publications on Egyptian artefacts to a new generation of students, scholars & professionals.

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