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Published on May 22, 2009
The Egypt Exploration Society's Oral History Project aims to create a new resource for the study of the more recent history of the discipline: an archive of recorded conversations capturing the thoughts and recollections of senior Egyptologists who have played a significant part in the development of the subject. The recordings will form part of the archives of the EES, and represent an invaluable complement to the photographs, notes and correspondence already housed at the Society's London headquarters at Doughty Mews.
Professor Kenneth Kitchen of the University of Liverpool was the first of our interviewees and speaks here about his publication of the now indispensable 'Ramesside Inscriptions'.
This work has been made possible by the generous donations of the Society's members and the Amelia Edwards Group. For more information about the Amelia Edwards Projects please see here: http://tinyurl.com/ljbrxd