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Please consider supporting the UAEE!

We rely on the generosity of the public to conduct our fieldwork, publish the results of our research, and maintain the Expedition.

Keep in mind, the UAEE is a non-profit entity and your contributions may be tax-deductible.

Please click here to donate by credit card.

Contributions by check can be made to the "Egyptian Expedition" and mailed to us directly: Egyptian Expedition, c/o Dr. Pearce Paul Creasman, 1215 E. Lowell St, Tucson AZ 85721

Contact: UAEE@egypt.arizona.edu
Phone: 520 621 0842

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Libraries:

The UAEE maintains a private, non-circulating academic research library related to Egyptology. It has been compiled over the past decades in large part through generous donations. If you have duplicate literature, relevant electronic document files, or simply need to deaccession, please consider the UAEE and TMP libraries, detailed below.

Donations may be tax-deductible.  

Tucson, Arizona - UAEE Library

The UAEE maintains a private, non-circulating academic research library related to Egyptology. Access is limited to Supporters, Members, and Invited Guests of the UAEE, or at the discretion of the Director. The Library presently holds approximately 3,500 volumes and thousands of electronic documents. Most of our holdings are in the areas of archaeology, art, architecture, chronology, language, maritime studies and religion.  We maintain a comprehensive digital catalog that can be searched while visiting the UAEE Library.


Luxor, Egypt - Theban Mapping Project Library

In October 2011, the Theban Mapping Project, directed by Dr. Kent Weeks, opened a "public" library as part of its West Bank office. Free and open to all daily from 3pm to 9pm local time, the library includes books in English and Arabic in the areas of Egyptology, archeological theory, conservation and management. To learn more about the TMP Library, see here: http://www.thebanmappingproject.com/about/TMP-April-2013-Progress-Report... and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-oMBchaoNM

The UAEE supports the TMP Library and encourages others to do so and to use it when in Luxor.