There are always ongoing excavations in Egypt - many of the great monuments of the past remain buried in the Egyptian sand waiting to be discovered. Here are various sites that highlight ongoing digs in Egypt
The Giza Archive Project A really nice online resource that includes a clickable overhead view of the Giza necropolis.
Excavations of Ramesses II Fortress This site highlights the excavations at Tell Abqa'in of the a fortress of Ramesses II.
Expedition to Dahshur North Read about the joint project of Tokai University and Waseda University conducting excavations at North Dahshur from 1996-1999.
Valley of the Kings-The Amarna Royal Tombs Project The Valley of the Kings Foundation website featuring the 1998 and 1999 excavation seasons.
Excavations at Giza Read about the excavations at Giza from 1999-1991.
The Tomb of Senneferi (TT99) Visit the tomb of an ancient Egyptian official and learn about his life, his family, his tomb and more. Presented by Nigel Strudwick.
Theban Mapping Project Keep track of the ongoing excavation of the KV 5, the Tomb of the Sons of Ramesses, featuring Egyptologist Kent Weeks!
1997 Field Season At GizaMark Lehner reports on the activities of his excavation in the Workman's Village at Giza!
The Valley of the Kings Learn all about the Valley of the Kings including info about the tombs, their owners including many pictures of the Valley over the years. This is part of the Kent Weeks KV5 site.
Donald Ryan's Valley of the Kings Read about Archaeologist Don Ryan's fine work on the lesser known tombs in the Valley.
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