WAMCAESDepartmental resources | Updated 4 years agoThe Western Australian Museum Centre for Ancient Egyptian Studies (WAMCAES) is changing. The final WAMCAES annual newsletter was printed in July 2014. In future we will focus on electronic delivery of content. WAMCAES continues to be a focus for research into the Museum’s small collection of ancient Egyptian artefacts. We hope to continue offering Western Australians the chance to hear visiting Egyptologists. Membership WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING MEMBERSHIPS FOR WAMCAES. Past members and supporters may find that membership of the Friends of the W.A. Museum presents an exciting alternative. http://museum.wa.gov.au/about/friends Journals Current Journal Image copyright of WA Museum Previous Journals WAMCAES publishes one journal a year. Back issues of the WAMCAES journals can be purchased from the WA Museum's Perth Bookshop or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. View past issue contents here [PDF 385kb]. Images and articles Articles to download Imaging Ancient Egypt: Abu Simbel Old and New [PDF 3.75mb] Images to download Hatshepsut’s temple at Deir el Bahri [ZIP 11.9mb] Meidum Pyramid – probably built by Sneferu [ZIP 4.6mb] Collections WAMCAES is one area of the Department of Anthropology & Archaeology. For information about Ancient Egyptian artefacts in the Museum’s collection see: http://museum.wa.gov.au/research/collections/abydos/ancient-egyptian-collection. 19th Dynasty (1307 - 1196 BC) wooden ushabti Photo by Ross Chadwick Image copyright of WA Museum Links Egyptology.com – “The best Egypt links on the Web”. http://www.egyptology.com/reeder/links.html Egyptology Resources – A site with links to a number of resources, including Egyptology FAQ, Digs, Journals and more. http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/egypt/ Digital Egypt for Universities – A teaching and learning resource from University College London. http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/Welcome.html The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology – The online catalogue of the Petrie Museum, and online teaching resources. http://www.petrie.ucl.ac.uk/ The University of Pennsylvania Museum, click on the image for a New Look at an ancient Culture and discover a wealth of information. www.penn.museum/online-exhibits/513-egypt-new-look-at-an-ancient-culture.html British Museum Studies in Ancient Egypt and Sudan (BMSAES) - Online issues of the BMSAES journals from 2002 - 2010. http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/publications/bmsaes.aspx The British Museum - The British Museum's Egyptian collection. http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/world_cultures/africa/ancient_egypt... Guided Tours to Egypt - Dr Michael Birrell of Macquarie University runs regular study tours to Egypt. Dr Birrell has a PhD in Egyptology from Macquarie University. For more information contact ph. 02 8250 3112. http://www.bcarchaeology.com Egyptology News - Egyptology news covering Egyptian prehistory and history. http://www.egyptology.blogspot.com/ Military men with a leopard on a lead, south colonnade, Hatshepsut's temple, Deir el Bahari, 18th Dynasty. Photo by Heather Turnmore Image copyright of Heather Turnmore View the discussion thread.