Lectures and Publications

One goal of our mission is to make information about our work available to a wider academic and popular audience. This is a partial list of publications and lectures by Giza Plateau Mapping Project team members.

Giza-related Publications

Abd el-Aziz, Ashraf, 2007. Main Street Excavations. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Abd el-Aziz, Ashraf, 2007. Gallery III.4 Excavations. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Brown, Farrah L. 2005. Developing an Archaeological GIS for the ‘Lost City of the Pyramids’: An Interim Report, January-August 2005. Papers of the Institute of Archaeology, UCL, vol 16, pp 88-94.

Dash, Glen, 2004. Seeing Beneath the Surface. Aeragram. Newsletter of the Ancient Egypt Research Associates, 7(1), 1-10.

Dash, Glen, 2002. Giza Ground Truth: Magnetic Anomaly Surveying. Aeragram. Newsletter of the Ancient Egypt Research Associates, 4(1), 9-11.

Flentye, Laurel, (forthcoming, 2007). The mastaba of Meresankh III (G7530/7540) in the Eastern Cemetery at Giza: An archaeological and art historical analysis, in Egyptian Museum Bulletin.

Flentye, Laurel, 2007. The Mastabas of Ankh-haf (G7510) and Akhethetep and Meretites (G7650) in the Eastern Cemetery at Giza: A Reassessment, in Zahi A. Hawass and Janet Richards (eds.), The Archaeology and Art of Ancient Egypt: essays in honor of David B. O’Connor. Cairo: Supreme Council of Antiquities.

Flentye, Laurel, 2006. The Development of Art in the Eastern and GIS Cemeteries at Giza during the Fourth Dynasty: Iconography and Style, in the Proceedings of the IXth International Congress of Egyptologists, Grenoble, France, September 6-12, 2004. OLA 150. Louvain: PEETERS, Publishers and Booksellers, Inc.

Flentye, Laurel, 2006. The Development of the Eastern and GIS Cemeteries at Giza during the Fourth Dynasty: The Relationship between Architecture and Tomb Decoration, in Old Kingdom Art and Archaeology Proceedings. Old Kingdom Art and Archaeology Conference, Prague, June 2004. Prague: Czech Institute of Egyptology.

Flentye, Laurel, 2003. The Decorated Elite Mastaba and Rock-cut Tombs at Giza and Their Relationship to the Development of Art during the Fourth Dynasty, in The American Research Center in Egypt: Report and financial statements, 2001-2002. Cairo: The American Research Center in Egypt, 2003, 32.

Flentye, Laurel, 2002. The Development of Art in the Fourth Dynasty: The Eastern and GIS Cemeteries at Giza, in Mamdouh Eldamaty and May Trad (eds.), Egyptian Museum Collections around the World: Studies for the Centennial of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Cairo: Supreme Council of Antiquities, 385-396.

Flentye, Laurel, 2002. The Decorated Elite Mastaba and Rock-cut Tombs in the Eastern and GIS Cemeteries at Giza and Their Relationship to the Development of Art during the Fourth Dynasty, Bulletin of the American Research Center in Egypt, 13-14.

Flentye, Laurie, 2000. Elite Tomb Art at Giza, Newsletter of the American Research Center in Egypt, 9.

Gerisch, Rainer, 2007. Gallery III.4 Charcoal. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA, 251-254.

Gerisch, Rainer, 2007. Main Street Charcoal. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA, 163-165.

Goodman, David, 2007. Survey: The GPMP Surveying and Mapping Control Datums. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Goodman, David and Mark Lehner, 2007 Survey: The Beginning. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Kaiser, Jessica, 2009. Human Osteology 2009 in: Lehner, M. (Ed): Giza Occasional Papers 5: Giza Plateau Mapping Project Season 2009 Preliminary Report, Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Puritan Press, Hollis, NH, 2011, 183-195; Plates 8b-19

Kaiser, Jessica, 2009. Gifts for the Gods – Votive Dog Mummies at Giza in: Lehner, M. (Ed): Giza Occasional Papers 5: Giza Plateau Mapping Project Season 2009 Preliminary Report, Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Puritan Press, Hollis, NH, 2011, 197-199; Plates 20a-21b

Kaiser, Jessica, 2008 KKT Human Osteology, in: Lehner et al: Giza Occasional Papers 4, Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Puritan Press, Hollis , NH, 2009: 49-61.

Kaiser, Jessica, 2009. Going to the Dogs: Giza’s first Canine Burials, Aeragram Vol 10.2, 2009: 14-15

Kaiser, Jessica, 2007. A Girl and Her Goddess, Aeragram, Vol 8, Number 1, Fall 2007: 14-15 (With Marie-Astrid Calmettes)

Kaiser, Jessica, 2006. The 2005 Burial Survey. In Giza Plateau Mapping Project Season 2005 Preliminary Report, Mark Lehner, Mohsen Kamel and Ana Tavares (eds). Giza Occasional Papers 2. Boston: AERA.

Kaiser, Jessica, 2005. Report to the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Giza Occasional Papers, Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Boston, MA, 2005. (with Mark Lehner and Freya Sandarangani)

Kaiser, Jessica and Linder, Gabriella, 2003, I Egyptens fattiggravar fick barnen gåvorna. Populär Arkeologi, Årgång 21, Nr 1.

Kaiser, Jessica, 2002. Graves Upon Graves, Aeragram, Vol. 6, Number 1, Fall 2002: 12-13.

Kaiser, Jessica, 2002. Honoring the Dead, Aeragram, Vol. 6, Number 1, Fall 2002: 14

Kaiser, Jessica, 2002. School of Hard Knocks, Aeragram, Vol. 6, Number 1, Fall 2002: 15

Kaiser, Jessica”I Egyptens fattiggravar fick barnen gåvorna” Populär Arkeologi, Årgång 21, Nr 1 2003: 22-31 (With Gabriella Linder)

Lehner, Mark, Kamel, Mohsen, Tavares, Ana (eds.) 2006. Giza Plateau Mapping Project Season 2005 Preliminary Report. Giza Occasional Papers 2. Boston: AERA.

Lehner, Mark, 2007. Introduction. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Lehner, Mark, 2007. Survey: Giza Survey Notebook. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Lehner, Mark, 2007. Introduction to the Main Street Excavations. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Lehner, Mark, 2007. Introduction to the Gallery III.4 Excavations. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Lehner, Mark, 2007. Introduction to the Preliminary Ceramic Report. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Lehner, Mark, 1997. The Complete Pyramids. London: Thames and Hudson.

Lehner, Mark, 2002. The Pyramid Age Settlement of the Southern Mount at Giza. Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt. 39, 27-74.

Lehner, Mark, 1999. The Millennium Project: Marathon Excavation to capture Area A. Aeragram. Newsletter of the Ancient Egypt Research Associates, 3(1), 1-3.

Lehner, Mark, 1998. Microarchaeology: Taking a closer look. Aeragram. Newsletter of the Ancient Egypt Research Associates, 2(1), 1-3.

Lehner, Mark, 1996. Giza, in W M Sumner (ed), The Oriental Institute 1995-1996 Annual Report. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 54-61.

Lehner, Mark, 1994. Giza, in W M Sumner (ed), The Oriental Institute 1992-1993 Annual Report. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 26-30.

Lehner, Mark, 1993. Giza, in W M Sumner (ed), The Oriental Institute 1991-1992 Annual Report. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Lehner, Mark, 1992a. Giza, in W M Sumner (ed), The Oriental Institute 1990-1991 Annual Report. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 19-22.

Lehner, Mark, 1992b. Excavations at Giza 1988-1991: the location and importance of the pyramid settlement. The Oriental Institute News and Notes, 135 (Fall), 1-9.

Lehner, Mark, 1985a. The Development of the Giza Necropolis: The Khufu Project, MDAIK 41, 109-143.

Lehner, Mark, 1985. A Contextual Approach to the Giza Pyramid, Archiv fur Orientforschung 32 (1985). pp. 136-158.

Lehner, Mark, 1983. Some Observations on the Layout of the Khufu and Khafre Pyramids. JARCE 20 [1983], 7-25.

Murray, Mary Anne, 2007. Questions of continuity: Fodder and fuel use in Bronze Age Egypt (a lot about Giza). In A. Fairbairn and E.Weiss (eds.) Ethnobotanist of distant pasts: Archaeological and ethnobotanical studies in honour of Gordon Hillman. Oxford: Oxbow Press.

Murray, Mary Anne, 2007. Gallery III.4 plant remains. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Murray, Mary Anne, 2007. Main Street Plant Remains. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Murray, Mary Anne, 2005a. Provisions for the pyramid builders: New evidence from the ancient Egyptian site of Giza. Archaeology International 2004/2005: 38-42.

Murray, Mary Anne, 2005b. Feeding the town: new evidence from the complex of the Giza pyramid builders. General Anthropology Vol. 11, No. 1, 1-8.

Nolan, John, 2007. Main Street Sealings. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Nolan, John, 2007. Gallery III.4 Sealings. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Redding, Richard, 2007. Main Street Faunal Remains. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Redding, Richard, 2007. Gallery III.4 Faunal Remains. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Redding, Richard, 2006. Pyramids and Protein: of Cattle Sheep, Goats and Pigs. Aeragram. Pyramids and Protein

Redding, Richard, 1992. Old Kingdom patterns of animal use and the value of faunal data in modeling socioeconomic systems. Paleorient 18(2):99-107.

Werschkun, Cordula, 2007. Main Street Lithics. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Werschkun, Cordula, 2007. Gallery III.4 Lithics. In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Wodzinska, Anna, 2007. Preliminary Report on the Ceramics, In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Wodzinska, Anna, 2007. Main Street Ceramics, In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Wodzinska, Anna, 2007. Gallery Set III/4 Ceramics, In Giza Reports: Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Volume 1. Project History, Survey, Ceramics and Main Street and Gallery III.4 Operations. Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom (eds.). Boston: AERA.

Wodzinska, Anna, White Carinated Bowls (CD7) from Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Tentative Typology, Use and Origin, Abusir and Saqqara in the Year 2005, Proceedings of the International symposium, Prague 27-30 June 2005.

Wodzinska, Anna, 2003. Pottery from the Tomb of Khafraankh (G 7948), in: J. Popielska-Grzybowska (ed.), Proceedings of the Second Central European Conference of the Young Egyptologists. Egypt 2001: Perspectives of Research, Warsaw 5-7 March 2001, Swiatowit Supplement Series E: Egyptology, vol. IV, Warsaw 2003, 135-150, Plates 32-41.

Wodzinska, Anna, 2001. Giza Plateau Mapping Project – Pottery Preliminary Report, in: J. Popielska-Grzybowska, P. Laskowski, Second Central European Conference of the Young Egyptologists. Egypt 2001: Perspectives of Research, Warsaw 5-7 March 2001: Abstracts of Papers, Warsaw 2001, 14.

Wodzinska, Anna, 1999. Tomb of Khafraankh – Giza (G 7948): The Pottery. Work of Russian Archaeological Mission (1997-1999), First Conference of the Young Egyptologists. Egypt 1999: Perspectives and Research, Warsaw 7-9 June 1999: Abstracts of Papers, Warsaw 1999.

Egypt-related publications

Bonani, Georges, Herbert Haas, Zahi Hawass, Mark Lehner, Shawki Nakhla, John S. Nolan, Robert Wenke, and Willy Wölfli. 2001. Radiocarbon Dates of Old and Middle Kingdom Monuments in Egypt. Radiocarbon 43: 3: 1297-1320.

Calmettes, Marie-Astrid, 2005. Le ‘Tableau final’ du Livre des Portes. Étude Iconographique d’une Représentation du Monde. Égypte, Afrique et Orient 39, 47-58.

Calmettes, Marie-Astrid, 2006. La vignette du chapitre 151 du Livre pour sortir au jour. Égypte, Afrique et Orient 43, 23-30.

Friedman, Renee, Maish, Fahmy, Ahmed, Darnel, John and Johnson, Edward, 1999. Preliminary report on field work at Hierakonpolis: 1996-1998. JARCE 36.

Fuller, D Q, Murray, Mary Anne, Pelling, R. In prep. Neolithic Archaeobotany in Northern and Central Africa: Progress and prospects (including a lot on Egypt). In Fuller, D. Q and Murray, Mary Anne (eds.) African Flora, Past Cultures and Archaeobotany. San Francisco: Left Coast Press.

Fuller, Dorian and Murray, Mary Anne. In prep. African Flora, Past Cultures and Archaeobotany (including Egypt). San Francisco: Left Coast Press.

Fuller, Dorian, Pelling, Ruth and Murray, Mary Anne. In prep. Archaeobotany of the Neolithic in Northern and Central Africa: Progress and Prospects (including Egypt). In African Flora, Past Cultures and Archaeobotany. (D. Q. Fuller and M.A. Murray eds). San Francisco: Left Coast Press.

Hunt, Brian V., Winter 2004/2005. Sand, Shards, and Kings. AEGYPTOS. Newsletter of the American Research Center in Egypt, Northwest Chapter.

Jeffreys, D, and Tavares, Ana, 1994. The historic landscape of Early Dynastic Memphis. Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archaeologischen Instituts, Kairo, 50, 143-173.

Johnson, Edward, 1999. The need for seimic analysis and planning as part of ongoing archaeological site management and conservation: A case study of the neocropolis of Saqqara. JARCE 36.

Johnson, Edward, 1998. A reassessment of conservation of Egyptian monuments. Proceedings of the 7th International Congress of Egyptologists.

Johnson, Edward, 1996. Observations on conservation of wall paintings on gypsum plaster. Bulletin, Association Professionelle des Conservateurs/ Restaurateurs D’Oeuvres D’Art. A.S.B.L.

Lehner, Mark, 2000. Fractal House of Pharaoh: Ancient Egypt as a complex adaptive system, a trial formulation, in T A Kohler and G J Gummerman (eds), Dynamics in Human and Primate Societies: Agent-based Modelling of Social and Spatial Processes. New York: Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Science of Complexity, 275-353.

Moens, M-F, and Wetterstrom, Wilma, 1988. The agricultural economy of an Old Kingdom town in Egypt’s west Delta: insights from the plant remains. Journal of Near Eastern Studies, 47(3), 159-73.

Murray, Mary Anne, In prep. Assessing Ancient Egypt’s agriculture and agrarian landscape: the contribution of a new database. In Fuller, D. Q and Murray, Mary Anne (eds.) African Flora, Past Cultures and Archaeobotany. San Francisco: Left Coast Press.

Murray, Mary Anne, and Fuller, D Q. In prep. Archaeobotanies of gathering: an introduction (including Egypt). In Fuller, D. Q and Murray, Mary Anne (eds.) African Flora, Past Cultures and Archaeobotany. San Francisco: Left Coast Press.

Murray, Mary Anne, and Fuller, D.Q. In prep. The archaeobotany of complex societies in Africa: an overview (including Egypt). In Fuller, D. Q and Murray, Mary Anne (eds.) African Flora, Past Cultures and Archaeobotany. San Francisco: Left Coast Press.

Murray, Mary Anne. In prep. Assessing Ancient Egypt’s agriculture and agrarian landscape: the contribution of a new database. In Fuller, D. Q and Murray, M. A. (eds.) African Flora, Past Cultures and Archaeobotany. San Francisco: Left Coast Press.

Murray, Mary Anne, 2000. Viticulture and wine production. In Ancient Egyptian Materials and Technology. (eds. P. Nicholson and I. Shaw). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 577-608.

Murray, Mary Anne, 2000. Fruits, vegetables, pulses and condiments. In Ancient Egyptian Materials and Technology. (eds. P. Nicholson and I. Shaw). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 609-655.

Murray, Mary Anne, 2000. Cereal production and processing. In Ancient Egyptian Materials and Technology. (eds. P. Nicholson and I. Shaw). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 505-536.

Murray, Mary Anne, 1999. Wine production and consumption in ancient Egypt. In The Exploitation of Plant Resources in Ancient Africa. (ed. M. van der Veen). New York: Plenum Press, pp 149-69.

Murray, Mary Anne, Rich Refuse from Memphis. Egyptian Archaeology 4: 34-5.

Murray, Mary Anne, 1993a Recent archaeobotanical research at the site of ancient Memphis. In Biological Anthropology and the Study of Ancient Egypt. (eds. V. Davies and R. Walker). London: British Museum Press, pp 165-8.

Murray, Mary Anne, 1993b. Archaeobotany, In Giddy, L., and Jeffreys, D. “Memphis 1992”, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 79.

Murray, Mary Anne, 1992. Archaeobotany, In Giddy, L., and Jeffreys, D. “Memphis 1991”, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 78.

Murray, Mary Anne, 1991. Archaeobotany, In Giddy, L., and Jeffreys, D. “Memphis 1990”, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 77.

Murray, Mary Anne, 1990. Archaeobotany, In Giddy, L., and Jeffreys, D. “Memphis 19890”, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 76.

Nolan, John S. 2003. The Original Lunar Calendar and Cattle Counts in Old Kingdom Egypt. In Basel Egyptology Prize : Junior Research in Egyptian History, Archaeology, and Philology (S. Bickel and A. Loprieno). Basel: Schwabe & Co. AG, 75-97.

Redding, Richard, 1991. The role of the pig in the subsistence system of Ancient Egypt: A parable on the potential of faunal data. In: Animal Use and Culture Change, P.J. Crabtree and K. Ryan (eds). MASCA Research Papers in Science and Archaeology, Supplement to Volume 8, pp 20-30.

Wenke, R.W., et al. (including Richard Redding), 1988. Kom el-Hisn: excavation of an Old Kingdom settlement in the Egyptian Delta. Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, 25:5-34.

Wenke, R.J., and Richard Redding, 1987. Excavations at Kom el-Hisn: 1986 Newsletter of the American Research Center in Egypt, 132:8-18.

Wenke, R.J., and Richard Redding, 1985. Excavations at Kom el-Hisn: 1984. Newsletter of the American Research Center in Egypt, 129:1-11.

Redding, Richard, 1984. The faunal materials. Archaeological investigations at el-Hibeh 1980: preliminary report, R.J. Wenke (ed), American Research Center in Egypt, Reports 9, 39-49.

Wetterstrom, Wilma, 1998. The Origins of Agriculture in Africa: With Particular Reference to Sorghum and Pearl Millet. The Review of Archaeology. Special Issue: The Transition to Agriculture in the Old World, ed. by Ofer Bar-Yosef. 19(2):30-46.

Wetterstrom, Wilma, 1993. Foraging and farming in Egypt: the transition from hunting and gathering to horticulture in the Nile valley, in T Shaw, P Sinclair, B Andah, and A Okpoko (eds), The Archaeology of Africa: Food, Metals and Towns. One World Archaeology. London: Routledge Press, 165-226.

Wetterstrom, Wilma, 1990. Botanical Remains. In Deir el-Ballas: Preliminary Report of the Deir el-Ballas Expedition, 1980-86, by Peter Lacovara. American Research Center in Egypt. Winona Lake, Indiana: Eisenbraun, p. 25.

Wetterstrom, Wilma, 1984. The plant remains, in R Wenke (ed), Archaeological Investigations at El- Hibeh 1980: Preliminary report. Malibu: Undena Publications, 50-77.

Wetterstrom, Wilma, 1982. Plant remains, in D Whitcomb and J Johnson (eds), Quseir al Qadim 1980: Preliminary Report. Malibu: Undena Publications, 355-77.

Wetterstrom, Wilma, 1980. Agricultural Developments in the Nagada Region During the Predynastic Period, by F. Hassan, T. R. Hays, A. A. Hassan, J. Gallagher, A. Gautier, and W. Wetterstrom. Nyame Akuma: the Newsletter of African Prehistory 17:28-33.

Wetterstrom, Wilma, and Murray, Mary Anne. 2001. Ancient Egyptian agriculture. In The Oxford Encyclopaedia of Ancient Egypt (Chief ed. D. B. Redford). New York: Oxford University Press: 37-44.

Wodzinska, Anna, 2001. Some Remarks on the so- called Meidum Bowls Found at Tell el- Fara’in- Buto, in: J. Popielska-Grzybowska (ed.), Proceedings of the First Conference of the Young Egyptologists. Egypt 1999: Perspectives and Research, Warsaw 7-9 June 1999, Swiatowit Supplement Series: E. Egyptology, vol. III Warsaw, 169-172, Plates 37-41.

Wodzinska, Anna, 2000. The Early Dynastic Pottery from the Trenches C2-C3 and D1-D4, in Faltings et al., Zweiter Vorbericht über die Arbeiten in Buto von 1996 bis 1999, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archlogischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 56, 154-159.

Giza-related Lectures

Brown, Farrah, September 11, 2005. Off site activities: GIS. Seattle, Washington. For board members and supporters of Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc.

Calmettes, Marie-Astrid, March 31, 2005. Les rendez-vous de la recherche: Présentation du Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Institut Khéops, Paris.

Dash, Glen, November 10, 2004. A Radar Survey of the City of the Pyramid Builders, Department of Archaeology, Boston University.

Dash, Glen, April, 2005. Use of Surface Penetrating Radar at Giza — A Pilot Study, ARCE Annual Meeting, Boston MA.

Dash, Glen, April 8, 2006. Below the Surface of the Lost City: Portals and Work Gangs Revealed through Remote Sensing, The Lost City of the Pyramid Builders Seminar. Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

Flentye, Laurel, June 2007. The Eastern Cemetery at Giza (G7000): A Comparative Study of Iconography and Style. Egypt Exploration Society, Cairo, Egypt.

Flentye, Laurel, May 2007. The Eastern Cemetery at Giza (G7000): Architectural Development and its Relationship to Iconography. Egypt Exploration Society, Cairo, Egypt.

Flentye, Laurel, April 2005. The “en échelon” section of the Eastern Cemetery at Giza: An Iconographical and Stylistic Analysis. American Research Center in Egypt Annual Conference, Cambridge, Mass.

Flentye, Laurel, September 2004. The Development of Art in the Eastern and GIS Cemeteries at Giza during the Fourth Dynasty. IXth International Congress of Egyptologists, Grenoble, France.

Flentye, Laurel, May-June 2004. The Development of the Eastern and GIS Cemeteries at Giza during the Fourth Dynasty: The Relationship between Architecture and Tomb Decoration. Old Kingdom Art and Archaeology Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.

Flentye, Laurel, April 2002. The Development of Art at Giza in the Fourth Dynasty: The Eastern and GIS Cemeteries. American Research Center in Egypt Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Flentye, Laurel, June 2000. The Development of Art in the Fourth Dynasty: The Eastern and GIS Cemeteries at Giza. American Research Center in Egypt, Cairo, Egypt.

Flentye, Laurel, January 1999. The Mastaba of Khufu-khaf I: The Relationship between Royal and Private Art in the early IVth Dynasty. Symposium: Cosmological and Contextual Approaches in Egyptian Art History. Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, New York, N.Y.

Flentye, Laurel, April 1998. The Mastaba of Idu and its Relationship to the Royal Mortuary Complexes. American Research Center in Egypt Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Flentye, Laurel, February 1998. The Mastaba of Idu at Giza. The Egyptological Seminar of New York, New York, N.Y.

Hunt, Brian V., September 11, 2005. Off site activities: Web site. Seattle, Washington. For board members and supporters of Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc.

Hunt, Brian V., February 2006. Lost City of the Pyramid Builders. Seattle, Washington. American Research Center in Egypt, Northwest Chapter.

Hunt, Brian V., March 2006. Lost City of the Pyramid Builders. Redmond, Washington. Bear Creek Christian School.

Hunt, Brian V., December 2, 2006. Lost City of the Pyramid Builders. PSU, Portland, Oregon. Ancient Egypt Studies Association.

Kaiser, Jessica, November 19, 2011. Giza through Time and Space: the Renegotiation of a Sacred Landscape. 2011 Annual ASOR meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Kaiser, Jessica, October 20, 2011. The Wall of the Crow Cemetery in Giza, Egypt: Remembering the Children. American Institute of Archaeology 2011/2012 National Lecture Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

Kaiser, Jessica, October 18, 2011. Giza Through Time and Space: The Renegotiation of a Sacred Landscape. American Institute of Archaeology 2011/2012 National Lecture Program, Burpee Museum of Natural History, Rockford, IL.

Kaiser, Jessica, October 17, 2011. The Wall of the Crow Cemetery in Giza, Egypt: Remembering the Children. American Institute of Archaeology 2011/2012 National Lecture Program IUPUI : Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN.

Kaiser, Jessica, October 16, 2011. Giza Through Time and Space: The Renegotiation of a Sacred Landscape. American Institute of Archaeology 2011/2012 National Lecture Program, Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois.

Kaiser, Jessica, May 17, 2011. Raising the Dead: The Late Period Cemetery in Giza. Invited lecture at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, Univeristy of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Kaiser, Jessica, April 16, 2011. Late Period Giza in Context: a View from the Wall of the Crow. Brown bag talk at TALE, Carsten Niehbur Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Kaiser, Jessica, April 1, 2011. The Wall of the Crow Cemetery in Giza, Egypt: Remembering the Children. Invited paper delivered at the 2011 annual SAA meeting, Sacramento, CA.

Kaiser, Jessica, November 20, 2010. Bioarchaeology of the Wall of the Crow Cemetery, Giza. 2010 annual ASOR meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Kaiser, Jessica, April 23, 2010. The Wall of the Crow Cemetery in Giza – Recent Findings. 61st annual ARCE meeting, Oakland, CA.

Kaiser, Jessica, April 18, 2010. Late Period Cemetery Excavations in Giza. Northern California ARCE Chapter, Berkeley, CA.

Kaiser, Jessica, January 29, 2010. The Late Period Cemetery in Giza – An Overview. Conference for Human Remains in Ancient Egypt (CHRAE2010).

Kaiser, Jessica, October 23, 2009. In the Shadow of the Pyramids: Giza as a Sacred Landscape during the Late Period. Department of Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.

Kaiser, Jessica, October 22, 2009. Graves of the Paupers?. Kennedy Center, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.

Kaiser, Jessica, April 25, 2009. The Bones of Teaching: An Approach to Teaching Osteology in Egypt. 60th annual ARCE Meeting, Dallas, TX.

Kaiser, Jessica, March 15, 2009. Sticks and Stones and Broken Bones. AERA colloquium at the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Zamalek, Egypt.

Kaiser, Jessica, October 26, 2005. Practical Osteology — an example from Giza. Near Eastern Studies Student Association, University of California, Berkeley.

Kaiser, Jessica, January 15, 2001, The Late Period Cemetery at Giza. Lecture given at Museum Gustavianum, Uppsala University, Sweden.

Kaiser, Jessica, May 15, 2000. Mummification. Medelhavs Museum, Stockholm, Sweden.

Kaiser, Jessica, May 15, 2000. Egyptian Hieroglyphs. Medelhavs Museum, Stockholm, Sweden.

Kamel, Mohsen, April 8, 2006. Lost City Housing: From Two-Room Huts to Manor Houses (presented by Ana Tavares). The Lost City of the Pyramid Builders Seminar. Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

Kamel, Mohsen, September 11, 2005. Field work: Field Season. Seattle, Washington. For board members and supporters of Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc.

Kamel, Mohsen, 2001. ATRP lecture. Bloomsbury Theatre, London, England.

Kawae, Yukinori, 2004. History of the Pyramid Age and the recent discoveries of the Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Residence of the Japanese Ambassador to Egypt, Cairo, Egypt.

Lehner, Mark, April 8, 2006, The Lost City. The Lost City of the Pyramid Builders Seminar. Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

Lehner, Mark, April 8, 2006. Summing Up. The Lost City of the Pyramid Builders Seminar. Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

Lehner, Mark, September 11, 2005. Field work: Intro. Seattle, Washington. For board members and supporters of Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc.

Lehner, Mark, September 11, 2005. Rapid response team: Past work & future possibilities. Seattle, Washington. For board members and supporters of Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc.

Lehner, Mark, September 11, 2005. The way forward: Giza 2006-2008. Seattle, Washington. For board members and supporters of Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc.

Nolan, John, October 5, 2006. From Sealings to Structures at the Giza Pyramids: The Palace of Khafre and Menkaure. Brown Bag Lunch lecture at the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology. Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Nolan, John, April 28, 2006. Mud Sealings from Giza: Debris from a Fourth Dynasty Scribal Workshop. 57th Annual Meeting of the American Research Center in Egypt, Jersey City, New Jersey).

Nolan, John, April 8, 2006. Provisions and Packaging at Giza: Mud Sealings from the Lost City. The Lost City of the Pyramid Builders Seminar. Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

Nolan, John, January 12, 2006. Managing Mountains of Data: Mud Sealings from a Scribal Workshop at Giza, Egypt. Interdisciplinary Archaeology Workshop, University of Chicago, Chicago. Illinois.

Nolan, John, September 11, 2005. Mud Sealings and Old Kingdom History. Seattle, Washington. For board members and supporters of Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc.

Murray, Mary Anne, August 3, 2006. Feeding the town: New plant and animal evidence from the settlement of the Giza Pyramid builders. Bloomsbury Summer School, London, England.

Murray, Mary Anne, July 15, 2006. The city of the Pyramid builders. Institute of Archaeology, University College London, London, England.

Murray, Mary Anne, May 12, 2006. New plant and animal evidence from the settlement of the Giza Pyramid builders. Friends of the Petrie Museum, London, England.

Murray, Mary Anne, April 8, 2006. Feeding the Lost City: Bread and beer. The Lost City of the Pyramid Builders seminar. Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

Murray, Mary Anne, September 11, 2005. Archaeological science and material culture at Giza. Seattle, Washington. For board members and supporters of Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc.

Murray, Mary Anne, December 1, 2005. Feeding the town: the plant and animal evidence from the settlement of the Giza Pyramid builders. School of History and Archaeology, Cardiff University.

Murray, Mary Anne, July 17, 2004. The city of the Pyramid builders. Institute of Archaeology, University College London, London, England.

Murray, Mary Anne, May 20, 2004. The Pyramid builders city at Giza. 12th International Work Group for Palaeoethnobotany, Centre Cultural de la Mercè, Girona, Catalonia, Spain.

Murray, Mary Anne, 2003. Feeding the town: New plant and animal evidence from the settlement of the Giza Pyramid builders. 4th International Workshop for African Archaeobotany, Groningen University, Groningen, Netherlands.

Murray, Mary Anne, 1995. Ancient agricultural practices at Giza, Abydos & Memphis. Institute of Archaeology, University College London, London, England.

Redding, Richard, Wetterstrom, Wilma and Murray, Mary Anne, 29 April, 2007. (Presented by Richard Redding). Provisioning and Feeding a “Company Town” That Was Established to Build the Giza Pyramids of Egypt During the 4th Dynasty. Proceedings of 72th Meeting of the Society of American Archaeologists, Austin, Texas, USA.

Redding, Richard, 24 August, 2006. Status and diet at the Workers’ Town, Giza, Egypt. International Council of Archaeozoology triennial meeting, Instito Nacional de Anthropologia e Historia Escuela Nacional de Conservacion, Restauracion y Museografia, Mexico City, Mexico.

Redding, Richard. 14 September 2006. New results from excavations at the Workers’ Town, Giza, Egypt. University of Michigan, Museum of Anthropology.

Redding, Richard, April 8, 2006. Feeding the Lost City: Meat and Fish. The Lost City of the Pyramid Builders Seminar. Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

Redding, Richard. March 23, 2006. The Workers’ Town at Giza. University of Michigan, Department of Anthropology.

Redding, Richard. 13 March, 2006. The Workers’ Town at Giza. Oakland University, Department of Anthropology.

Redding, Richard. March 2004. Subsistence at Giza. American Research Center in Egypt annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts.

Redding, Richard. 2 October, 2003. Subsistence at the Pyramids. Archaeozooloogy of Southwest Asia Working Group of International Council of Archaeozoology triennial meeting, University College, London.

Redding, Richard. 27 September, 2003. Pigs at the Pyramids. Pigs and Humans Symposium, Department of Archaeology, University of Durham.

Tavares, Ana, March 26, 2007. Lastest field work at Giza. Egypt Exploration Society, Cairo, Egypt.

Tavares, Ana, April 8, 2006. Production and Producers: Weavers and Millers. The Lost City of the Pyramid Builders Seminar. Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.

Tavares, Ana, September 11, 2005. Field work: Field School. Seattle, Washington. For board members and supporters of Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc.

Tavares, Ana, September 11, 2005. The way forward: Cairo Center. Seattle, Washington. For board members and supporters of Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc.

Wetterstrom, Wilma, September 11, 2005. Off site activities: Publications. Seattle, Washington. For board members and supporters of Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc.

Wetterstrom, Wilma, 1992. Plant remains from the Giza bakery/brewery. Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting.

Wetterstrom, Wilma, Redding, Richard, and Murray, Mary Anne, 5-9 April, 2000. (Presented by Wilma Wetterstrom). From seeds to sacred cow: floral and faunal studies at two Old Kingdom sites. Proceedings of 65th Meeting of the Society of American Archaeologists, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Wodzinska, Anna, 2006. Giza Plateau Mapping Project in 2006. Field School for Egyptian Inspectors: Work on manual on Egyptian Pottery. Annual Conference of Institute of Archaeology, Warsaw University, Poland.

Wodzinska, Anna, 2006. Recent work of the Giza Plateau Mapping Project in 2005. Poles at the Nile: Conference of the Institute of Archaeology, Department of Egyptian and Nubian Archaeology, Warsaw University, Poland.

Wodzinska, Anna, 2006. Recent work of the Giza Plateau Mapping Project in 2005. Seminar of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland.

Wodzinska, Anna, 2006. Pottery distribution in selected areas of the Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Seminar of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland.

Wodzinska, Anna, 12-14 May 2004, White Carinated Bowls (CD7) from the Giza Plateau Mapping Project. Egypt 2004: Perspectives of Research, 3rd Central European Conference of Young Egyptologists. Warsaw University.

Wodzinska, Anna, 5-7 March 2001, Giza Plateau Mapping Project — Pottery Preliminary Report. Egypt 2001: Perspectives of Research, 2nd Central European Conference of Young Egyptologists. Warsaw University, Poland.

Wodzinska, Anna, 7-9 June 1999, Tomb of Khafraankh, Giza: The pottery. Egypt 1999: Perspectives and Research, 1st Central European Conference of Young Egyptologists, Warsaw University, Poland.

Egypt-wide lectures

Calmettes, Marie-Astrid, 2003, La création du monde. Collection Chercheurs d’art, Louvre-RMN, Paris.

Calmettes, Marie-Astrid, September 24, 2006. Le tableau final du Livre des Portes: Étude iconographique d’une représentation du monde. Centre Vauclusien d’Égyptologie, Avignon, France.

Calmettes, Marie-Astrid, March 23-24, 2007. La représentation cosmologique du temple de Kom Ombo. Journées des Orientalistes Belges, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgique.

Calmettes, Marie-Astrid, April 26, 2007. Un relief de la tombe de Sethi Ier : l’image égyptienne, du signe au sens. Association Egyptologica, Bruxelles, Belgique.

Calmettes, Marie-Astrid, May 12, 2007. La déesse Nout au firmament des tombes royales. Association Egyptologica, Bruxelles, Belgique.

Flentye, Laurel, March 2001. The Development of Art during the Fourth Dynasty. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Fellows’ Colloquium, New York, N.Y.

Flentye, Laurel, December 1997. The Cenotaph of Khenty-khety-wer. Archaeological Institute of America Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Flentye, Laurel, December 1996. The Tomb of Panehsy at Tell el-Amarna. Archaeological Institute of America Annual Conference, New York, N.Y.

Hunt, Brian V., September 2004. Lucy Duff Gordon in Egypt. Burke Museum, Seattle, Washington. American Research Center in Egypt, Northwest Chapter.

Hunt, Brian V., September 20, 2004. Lucy Duff Gordon in Egypt. PSU, Portland, Oregon. American Research Center in Egypt, Oregon Chapter.

Kaiser, Jessica, 2000. Mummification. Medelhavs Museum, Stockholm.

Kaiser, Jessica, 2000. Egyptian Hieroglyphs. Medelhavs Museum, Stockholm.

Murray, Mary Anne. April 18, 2005. The Gift of the Nile: Botanical remains from ancient Egypt. Kyiv Taras Shevchenko National University, Kiev, Ukraine.

Murray, Mary Anne. March 2000. The curation and organisation of Egyptian and Near Eastern botanical collections. Institute of Archaeology, University College London, London, England.

Murray, Mary Anne. May 1999. Pharaonic Egypt as a case study of “The Rashoman Effect”. Institute of Archaeology, University College London, London, England.

Murray, Mary Anne. January 1999. Agriculture and subsistence in ancient Egypt. Institute of Archaeology, University College London, London, England.

Murray, Mary Anne, May 20, 1998. Arts, literature and archaeobotany: Various portrayals of the presence of fruits and vegetables in Pharaonic Egypt. 12th International Work Group for Palaeoethnobotany, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France.

Murray, Mary Anne, October, 1998. Sampling, recovery and preservation of Egyptian ancient plants. Institute of Archaeology, University College London, London, England.

Murray, Mary Anne, 1994. The recovery and analysis of ancient Egyptian plant remains. Bristol University, Department of Archaeology, Bristol, England.

Murray, Mary Anne, July, 1990. Recent archaeobotanical research at the site of ancient Memphis. Biological Anthropology and the Study of Ancient Egypt conference. British Museum, London, England.

Nolan, John, June 11-14, 2007. Cattle Counts and the Hebsed during the Old Kingdom. Paper to be presented at “Chronology and Archaeology of Egypt in the Late Fourth and the Third Millennium BC, Prague, Czech Republic.

Nolan, John, November 7, 2002. The Rosetta Stone and Egyptian Hieroglyphic Writing. Museum of Science, Boston. Lecture to volunteer interpreters for the exhibit Quest for Immortality: Treasures of Ancient Egypt.

Nolan, John, October 30, 2002. Archaeology as Science. For the exhibit ‘Quest for Immortality: Treasures of Ancient Egypt’. Museum of Science, Boston, Massachusetts.

Nolan, John, August 4, 1999. Social Stratification and Labor Specialization. Lecture to Primary Source teachers workshop.

Nolan, John, August 4, 1999. Pastoralism and the Rise of Egyptian Civilization. Lecture to Primary Source teachers workshop.

Wodzinska, Anna, 1999. Recent work of the German Archaeological Institute In Tell el-Fara’in-Buto. Seminar of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland.