- Ancient Egypt
Aimed at Key Stage 2 students with topics including Ancient Egyptian home life, geography, religion, the pharoahs, pyramids and temples in Egypt, trades, and writing. From the British Museum.
- Alexander the Great (356-323 BCE) (16)
- Akhenaten (2)
- Library of Alexandria (2)
- Nefertiti (6)
- Guardian's Egypt
Includes information on ancient Egypt, kings & pharaohs, pyramid, hieroglyphs, mummies, digs, sites and monuments.
- Pharos Lighthouse of Alexandria (3)
Find out about the Lighthouse of Alexandria, the ancient structure that was once the tallest building on Earth. Browse sites about the history of the Lighthouse, called one of the Seven Wonders of the World, and its use by the rulers of Alexandria.
- Egyptian Kings (Pharaohs)
Includes a timeline from the early dynasties to the Greco-Roman period and biographies for many of the Pharaohs.
- Egyptian Royal Tombs of the New Kingdom
Schematic plans and discussion of the tombs of the Valley of the Kings.
- Tehuti Research Foundation
International nonprofit organization that promotes, encourages, and facilitates the study of ancient Egypt. Site includes articles on Egypt, list of publications, and discussion forum.
- Women and Gender in Ancient Egypt
Exhibition from The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology.
- Ramses II (1279-1212 BCE) (3)
- Travelers in the Middle East Archive (TIMEA)
Digital archive of texts, images, and maps that focuses on Western interactions with the Middle East, particularly travels to Egypt during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
- History Link 101: Ancient Egypt
Offers links categorized in six areas: art, biography, daily life, maps, pictures, and research.
- Boutros-Ghali, Boutros (3)
- Coins of Roman Egypt
Devoted to Alexandrian coinage under the Romans, with essays, photographs, and descriptions of individual coins, maps, and links to more resources.
- Women in Ancient Egypt
Essay examines the rights of women throughout Egyptian history, including women and marriage, crime, literacy, and female doctors.
- Sethy The First
Devoted to the study of the father of Ramses The Great.