Location: Amarna, Egypt
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Period(s) of Occupation: New Kingdom, 1353-1336 B.C.E.
Minimum Length of Stay for Volunteers: entire session
Room and Board Arrangements
Each student has an individual bedroom and all meals at the site are provided. The field school fee of $2970 pays for hotel, all tours, transportation and meals once the student arrives in Cairo.
Dabbs, Gretchen R., Jerome C. Rose, and Melissa Zabecki. "The Bioarchaeology of Akhetaten: unexpected results from a capital city."Egyptian Bioarchaeology: Humans, Animals, and the Environment (2015): 43.
Kemp, B. and A. Stevens, 2010. Busy Lives at Amarna: Excavations in the Main City (Grid 12 and the House of Ranefer, N49.18). Volume I: The Excavations, Architecture and Environmental Remains. EES Excavation Memoir 90, London: Egypt Exploration Society and Amarna Trust.
Kemp, B. and A. Stevens, 2010. Busy Lives at Amarna: Excavations in the Main City (Grid 12 and the House of Ranefer, N49.18). Volume II: The Objects. EES Excavation Memoir 91, London: Egypt Exploration Society and Amarna Trust.
Kemp, B. 2012. The City of Akhenaten and Nefertiti: Amarna and its People. London: Thames and Hudson.
Kemp BJ, Stevens AK, Dabbs GR, Zabecki M, Rose JC. (2013) Life, Death, and Beyond in Akhenaten’s Egypt: Excavating the South Tombs Cemetery at Amarna. Antiquity 87(335):64-78.
Rose, J. and M. Zabecki, 2009. The commoners of Tell el-Amarna. In S. Ikram and A. Dodson, eds, Beyond the Horizon: Studies in Egyptian Art, Archaeology and History in Honour of Barry J. Kemp, vol. 2, Cairo: Supreme Council of Antiquities, 408–22