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The Giza Archives Project

"The Giza Pyramids form one part of a vast necropolis, or city of the dead, that housed hundreds of individual tombs of Egypt¹s governing elite during the Old Kingdom (Dynasties 4-6, about 2630-2250 BCE). Excavations between 1905 and 1942, undertaken jointly by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Harvard University, and directed by George A. Reisner, uncovered one of the richest collections of ancient Egyptian objects in the world. These artifacts are now housed at the MFA, in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, and in situ at the site of Giza, just west of modern Cairo. This Web site provides integrated, online access to the MFA¹s Giza excavations..."

Format:  Website
Publisher:  Museum of Fine Arts
Publication City:  Boston