Reproduced from BACE 20, 2009 by C. A. Hope, G. E. Bowen, J. Cox, W. Dolling, J. Milner and A. Pettman – courtesy of the Editor of BACE and the Australian Centre for Egyptology:
Reproduced from BACE 19, 2008 by C. A. Hope, G. E. Bowen, W. Dolling, E. Healey, J. Milner and O. E. Kaper – courtesy of the Editor of BACE and the Australian Centre for Egyptology:
Report on the 2008 Monash excavations (submitted to the Supreme Council of Antiquities):
- Report 2008 [PDF 2.3MB]
Reproduced from The Artefact 26, 2003 by C. A. Hope – courtesy of the Editor of The Artefact and the President of theArchaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria:
Reproduced from The Artefact 24, 2001 by C. A. Hope – courtesy of the Editor of The Artefact and the President of the Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria:
For other reports on the excavations at Mut el-Kharab please see the Annual Reports section on the Dakhleh Oasis Project web post.
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