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Web Links - Discussions, Organisations and Link Lists

A subsection of the Amarna Web Links

Internet Discussion Groups:

For discussion of topics relating to the Amarna Period.  Discuss via email, web, chat, or one-on-one talk. Also answer polls, exchange links and graphics, etc. This group differs from the following one because it does not require a complex membership process.  You can post without even joining, and don't need a "virtual persona".

An internet community. Here you can choose a name for yourself, create an avatar, and meet other people with your interests in the Ancient World.  You can discuss topics on online bulletin boards or send "telegrams" to other members. I can be found as Hepetaten Amenhotep (role playing is an integral part of this world).

Articles and discussions about topics of Ancient Egypt can be found here.  Amarna is a frequent topic, and many articles deal with Akhenaten and Nefertiti (see the archives of older articles too).

Amarna Research Organisations:

Information about the foundation itself, including upcoming events and membership information.

  • The Egypt Exploration Society
  • The EES has done extensive arachaeology at the city of Akhetaten. This website offers information about those digs and their history.

Other Amarna-related link lists:

Tour sites relating to the Amarna period by travelling the Amarna Web Ring.  Web Rings take you from site to site in sequence.  The Akhet-Aten Home Page is proud to be a member of this web ring.

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Beautifully illustrated and annotated list of links dealing with the Amarna Period.   A wonderful place to browse from.

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Last updated March 1, 2000.