Links to other Giza and Egyptian Web sites

Giza-specific websites:

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Collections Database
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston has hundreds of thousands of objects available on its public Web site.
AERA, Ancient Egypt Research Associates
Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage
Eternal Egypt: The Giza Plateau
NOVA's Egyptian website, with emphasis on Giza, obelisks, the Old and New Kingdoms, and Mark Lehner's Giza expedition.

Museums with strong collections of objects from Giza:

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Art of the Ancient World Collection
The Egyptian Museum, Cairo (official Web site currently unavailable)
The largest and most important collection of Egyptian antiquities in the world.
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna
Pelizaeus-Museum, Hildesheim
Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, Berkeley, California
Semitic Museum, Harvard University
Aegyptisches der Universitaet Leipzig
Museo Egizio, Turin
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

General Egyptological websites:

The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Egyptian Art
The British Museum: Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan
International Association of Egyptologists
French Institute of Oriental Archaeology, Cairo
German Archaeological Institute, Cairo Branch
American Research Center in Egypt
This is the main umbrella organization for all American expedition field in Egypt. ARCE has an annual meeting, a journal, and a newsletter.
The Egypt Exploration Society, London
Digital Egypt for Universities. A learning and teaching resource for higher education
Presented by University College, London
The Theban Mapping Project
Organized by Kent Weeks, focusing on his work on tomb KV5 in the Valley of the Kings (sons of Ramesses II), on Thebes, and on Egyptology in general. Well designed and many good resources, including extensive bibliography.
Sokar Magazine (in German)
Magazine dedicated to the royal and private tombs of the Pyramid Age (Old Kingdom).
KMT Magazine. A modern journal of Ancient Egypt:
Egyptology resources
Hosted by Fitzwilliam Museum, with links and updates on a number Egyptological topics.
The Khufu Pyramid (Jean-Pierre Houdin, Dassault Systems)
Real-time 3D model of the Giza Plateau, and internal ramp theory for the construction of the Great Pyramid
ABZU (University of Chicago)
ABZU. Hosted by the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago. The Egypt section is part of a larger Ancient Near Eastern Web site.
The Epigraphic Survey of the University of Chicago
"Chicago House" is a permanent mission based in Luxor. Working six months per year they document and publish the New Kingdom temples around Thebes using a combination of large format photography, pen and ink drawing and collation.
The Global Egyptian Museum
At a rough estimate, over 2 million objects from ancient Egypt are kept in about 850 public collections, dispersed over 69 countries around the world. This website aims to collect them into a global virtual museum, which can be visited at any time, from any place. The Global Egyptian Museum is a long-term project, carried out under the aegis of the International Committee for Egyptology (CIPEG).
Ancient Egypt Web Site
This site focuses on Egyptology information via images. Many links have supporting reports and articles, as well as many photos and pictures.
The "Best Egypt Links" on the Web, from
Société française d’égyptologie