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Barry Kemp, director of the Amarna Project, speaks about Akhenaten’s ancient city

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Gayle Gibson Special Amarna Talk, September 15 at 7pm

Exciting news! An exclusive new talk has just been confirmed at the beautiful Arts & Letters Club in downtown Toronto – with limited seats available. Join us for a rare and enlightening Ancient Egypt Talk on the Amarna Period with … Continue reading

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Barry Kemp updates from Amarna – Egypt

News from Amarna, May 2011 I see that my last report was dated 26th February, and was written with the optimism that flows from a crisis just passed. Within a few days of arrival at the expedition house, seemingly with … Continue reading

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Bloor West Egyptologist brings “Archaeology Alive”

  Renowned Canadian Egyptologist Gayle Gibson is profiled in this Toronto neighbourhood newspaper article by Laura Ranieri – Archaeology Alive.

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Archaeology Alive

Join Laura Ranieri as she guides you through Egypt along the route of Your Journey’s Archaeology Alive trip. The trip, scheduled for January of 2012, is being led by renowned Canadian Egyptologist Gayle Gibson. ¬†Click here for trip details.

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Egypt – It does feel as if history is being made. Prof Barry Kemp

Amarna Spring Season 2011, 1st report It will come as no surprise to know that I am writing this first report of the season not from Amarna, but from Cairo. The demonstrations for governmental change that began in Cairo on … Continue reading

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