Egypt

The Institute of Archaeology is at the forefront of current debates on theory led approaches to ancient Egypt across the disciplines of archaeology, history, and the social sciences. Research covers pharaonic society and culture, the prehistory of the Nile valley and the Delta, and post-pharaonic perceptions of Egypt. Egyptologists and archaeologists at UCL are actively involved in fieldwork and museum research. They can build on the legacy of Sir Flinders Petrie, founding father of systematic fieldwork methodology in Egypt and first professor in Egyptology at UCL. Today, UCL's Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology is an international centre for researchers on ancient Egypt and Sudan. 

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