Monday, March 21, 2016

Open Access Journal: AERAGRAM

[First posted in AWOL 29 October 2009. Updated 1 September  2016]

ISSN: 1944-0014
AERAGRAM is the official newsletter of Ancient Egypt Research Associates.

Volume 16

Download Spring 2015
• Discovery 2015: House of a High Official
• What Was the Original Size of the Great Pyramid?
• The Gallery Complex Gives Up Its Secrets
• Hidden Details Come to Light with Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI)
• Jon Jerde: The Space In Between
Fall 2015
• Memphis Site & Community Development: Ambitious Plans, Big Challenges
• Results from the Survey of the Great Pyramid
• A Second Official’s House Discovered
• Remembering Kamal Waheed
• US Ambassador to Egypt Tours the Lost City Site

Volume 15

Download Spring/Fall 2014
• On the Waterfront: Canals and Harbors in the Time of Giza Pyramid-Building
• Did Egyptians Use the Sun to Align the Pyramids?
• A Change of Address: Funerary Workshop Priests Move to New Quarters
• A Return to Area AA: Informal Seals and Sealings of the Heit el-Ghurab
• Construction Hub to Cult Center: Re-purposing, Old Kingdom Style

Volume 14

Spring 2013
• The Lost Port City of the Pyramids
• How the Pyramid Builders Found True North
• First Photos from the Great Pyramid Summi

Volume 13

Spring 2012
Memphis, A City Unseen
Field School Grads Take The Lead
North by Northwest: The Strange Case of Giza’s Misalignments
GPMP Full Circle

Volume 12

Spring 2011
The OK Corral
The Luxor Study Field School
Bringing an Ancient House Back to Life
The Buried Basin and the Town Beyond

Kindle Edition Now Available For Purchase

Fall 2011
Solar Alignments of Giza
GIS Brings It All Together
Stews, Meat and Marrow
The Mit Rahina Field School

Volume 11

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Spring 2010
Called Back to Luxor: AERA-ARCE Field School
Ascending Giza on a Monumental Ramp
Analysis and Publication Field School
A New Field Season: A New Home

Winter 2011
Digging Again
Training Egypt’s Archaeological Scientists
Double-Decker Dorms
On The Cusp Of A New Dynasty

Volume 10

AERAGram 2009 10:1
Spring 2009
10, 20, 30 Years: Mark Lehner Reflects on a Career in Archaeology
In Memoriam: Mahmoud Kirsh
Daily Life of the Pyramid Builders
AERA’s New Home

AERAGram 2009 10:2
Fall 2009
The 2009 Field School
Teaching Ceramics
A Priest’s Home in Khentkawes Town
Dog Burials Discovered at Giza

Volume 9

AERAGRAM 2008 9:2 Fall 2008
Deciphering Ancient Code
Small Finds, Big Results
Egypt’s Oldest Olive
Two Royal Towns
Giza: Overviews

AERAGRAM 2008 9:1 Spring 2008
Impressions of the Past
Lost City Site, Flooded
AERA Membership Program
Digging Old Luxor
Rescue Dig, SAFS

Volume 8

AERAGRAM 2007 8:2 Fall 2007
Enigma of the Pedestals
Ideas to Reality
A High-Class Dump
Class of 2006
Mapping Khentkawes

AERAGRAM 2006 8:1 Fall 2006
Class of 2005
GIS: Digitizing Archaeology
Conservation Pilot Program
Rescue Archaeology

Volume 7

AERAGRAM 2004 7:2 Fall 2004
Western Town
Eastern Town house
Microscope photography

AERAGRAM 2003 7:1 Spring 2004
Remote sensing
Glen Dash
Egyptian labor organization

Volume 6

AERAGRAM 2002 6:2 Fall 2003
Pyramid city
Peter Norton
Mapping Aswan quarries

AERAGRAM  2002 6:1 Fall 2002
Millennium Project
Gallery revealed
Pharaoh’s storeroom

Volume 5

AERAGRAM  2001 5:2 Spring 2002
Unfinished Giza
David Koch
Fabric of a pyramid

AERAGRAM  2001 5:1 Fall 2001
Footprint of the state
Desert in flood
Wall of the Crow

Volume 4

AERAGRAM  2000 4:2 Spring 2001
Giza galleries
Matthew McCauley
Khafre’s galleries

AERAGRAM  2000 4:1 Fall 2000
Unveiling a royal plan
Jon Jerde
Magnetic anomaly surveying

Volume 3

AERAGRAM  2000 3:2 2000
Drawing Giza
The Millennium Clock
Millennium Project

AERAGRAM  1999 3:1 1999
Capturing Area A
Bruce Ludwig
The older phase

Volume 2

AERAGRAM  1998 2:2 Summer 1998
A workman’s house
Sphinx restoration
Sand, wind, and heat
Late period burials
Copper workshop

AERAGRAM  1998 2:1 Winter 1998
Sealings from Giza
Pots to pyramids

Volume 1

AERAGRAM  1997 1:2 Spring 1997
Director’s diary
GPMP database
1997 field season

AERAGRAM  1996 1:1 Fall 1996
Introducing AERAGRAM
Pyramid-age bakery reconstructed
Radiocarbon dating

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