With chapters in three Canadian cities [Toronto, Montreal and Calgary] and an American subsidiary, the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities is a Toronto-based non-profit organization founded to stimulate interest in Egyptology, to assist those interested, professional and non-professional alike, with research and training in the field, and to sponsor and promote archaeological expeditions to Egypt.
SSEA, in cooperation with Benben Publications, has produced a variety of monographs in the SSEA Publications and SSEA Studies series. The SSEA Publications include Middle Egyptian Grammar by James Hoch, an up-to-date and user-friendly introduction to ancient Egyptian suitable for university instruction, F.T. Miosi's Reading Book of Second Intermediate Period Texts and Donald B. Redford's Pharaonic King-lists, Annals and Day-Books, an introduction to historiography in ancient Egypt. The SSEA Studies include Omm Sety's Abydos, The Pottery of Daily Life in Ancient Egypt and A Reappraisal of the Published Evidence on Egyptian Predynastic and Early Dynastic Cemeteries. Benben Publications include Egyptian Pyramid Geometry.
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