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by Emma Libonati, Research Associate, Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
Grenfell and Hunt in the field.

Grenfell and Hunt in the field. Courtesy of the Egypt Exploration Society.

A casual perusal of the excavation seasons page or the site guide page of this website will reveal a lot of place names which have the word ‘Faiyum’ in parenthesis.

by Katee Dean, University of Queensland
Image PMAN3508 is the stela of Nebuhotep found during the BSAE excavation at Sedment 1920-21 and now in the National Gallery of Victoria.

Stela of Nebuhotep found during the BSAE excavation at Sedment 1920-21 and now in the National Gallery of Victoria.

Image PMAN3528 is a picture of Petrie’s camp at Sedment where Captain Edward Eustace Miller worked in the 1920-21 season.

Petrie’s camp at Sedment where Captain Edward Eustace Miller worked in the 1920-21 season.

Katee in the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology.

Katee in the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology

Over a two-week internship, I attempted to trace the scale of finds distribution from British excavations to Australia and New Zealand between 1880 and 1980 within the context of the larger global distribution network.

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