Australian Centre for Egyptology

 

Australian Centre for Egyptology


Macquarie University was the first Australian institution to introduce a full training program in Egyptology and to conduct Australian-based expeditions to excavate, record and preserve Egyptian sites. A result of the expansion of Australia’s involvement in Egyptian archaeology was the establishment by Macquarie University in 1989 of The Australian Centre for Egyptology to coordinate with the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities all Australian excavations in Egypt. Under the auspices of the A.C.E site reports and research studies are published, which are distributed to scholars throughout the world. Also published is an annual Bulletin with articles on archaeological work and topics of general interest.

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