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The first American journal devoted solely to the study of Egypt, the Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt (JARCE), was established in 1962 to foster scholarly research into the art, archaeology, languages, history, and social systems of the Egyptian people.

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Vol. 57 No. 1 (2021): Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt

Published: 2021-12-14


In Memoriam Lanny David Bell

Peter Lacovara
Abstract 91 | PDF Downloads 90

Page 5–6

In Memoriam Th. Emil Homerlin

Amila Buturović, Aaron W. Hughes
Abstract 48 | PDF Downloads 51

Page 7–8

In Memoriam Robert K. Ritner

Brian P. Muhs
Abstract 76 | PDF Downloads 87

Page 9–10

In Memoriam Karl-Theodor Zauzich

Richard Jasnow
Abstract 65 | PDF Downloads 70

Page 11–12


The Hamlet of ʽAin el-Gedida in Dakhla Oasis

Nicola Aravecchia
Abstract 72 | PDF Downloads 21

Page 13–32

Mary Had a Little Ram

Kristian Brink, Salima Ikram, Zulema Barahona-Mendieta, Pia Frade
Abstract 102 | PDF Downloads 26

Page 33–56

Tiger Nuts

Dina M. Ezz El-Din
Abstract 109 | PDF Downloads 17

Page 57–74

Where Doves Lie

Mary Hartley, Yann Tristant
Abstract 88 | PDF Downloads 20

Page 75–82

Excavations in Western Thebes, 2021

Zahi Hawass
Abstract 337 | PDF Downloads 50

Page 83–110

The Burial of Bukhaef

Zahi Hawass, Maisa Kasem, Essam Shehab
Abstract 105 | PDF Downloads 32

Page 111–122

A “Late Antique” Mining Community in the North Kharga Oasis (Egypt)

Salima Ikram, Nicholas Warner, Nikolaos Lazaridis, Leslie Anne Warden, Rebecca Cook, Craig Boyer, Judith Bunbury
Abstract 109 | PDF Downloads 14

Page 123–174

The Educational Context of a Literary Text

Judith Jurjens
Abstract 98 | PDF Downloads 25

Page 175–196

Crutched Pharaoh, Seated Hunter

Emily Smith-Sangster
Abstract 374 | PDF Downloads 28

Page 235–252


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