The Giza Archives Project is not a complete and comprehensive system, but is rather an evolving Web resource. We welcome comments, corrections, and suggestions. Please send feedback via the Contact page.
Giza Archives Project staff are preparing additional Expedition materials from all over the world for online access. Additional Harvard University—Boston Museum of Fine Arts documents in preparation include:
5,000 pages of Reisner’s unpublished manuscript for his History of the Giza Necropolis volumes II, III, IV;additional maps and plans of the Giza Necropolis;modern colored renderings of decorated tomb walls by Harvard–MFA Expedition staff;Multi-lingual Egyptological Thesaurus terminology (METS) to describe wall scene content and artifacts thousands of line drawings of tomb wall scenes, three-dimensional objects (pottery, sarcophagi, etc.), and architecture;packing lists and photographs recording the original expedition shipments to Boston;miscellaneous Harvard–MFA Expedition manuscripts, lists, and notebooks directly relating to finds and excavation data;unpublished, illustrated Harvard–MFA Expedition field season reports;notebooks on color and palaeography at Giza;lists and registers of hieroglyphic personal names and titles8,000+ color Giza images from expedition work and other sources (1970–present).