Tetisheri offers a directory of Egyptological websites in categories:
Academic resources
Egypt Exploration Society
Excavation and survey sites
General interest
Hieroglyph/language resources
Online courses
Tall tales and conspiracy theories

The Children's University of Manchester - Ancient Egypt
(Interactive Web)
Includes a variety of high-quality, interactive learning tools, such as Giza Pyramid Panorama, Egyptian Timeline, Ancient Egyptian Gods, The Egyptian Number System, Writing in Hieroglyphs, Making a Mummy, Egyptian Jigsaws and Teaching Resources.
The Ancients' Appliance of Science
(Interactive Web with voiceover narration)
Superb, 30 min. production from the Fitzwilliam Museum is an interactive, problem-solving Web resource for children. Based in the culture of Ancient Egypt, it takes children through a series of online activities introducing technological and scientific problems faced and solved by the Ancient Egyptians.
The Quest for Immortality: Treasures of Ancient Egypt
Based on the exhibition, includes links to a virtual tour of the tomb of Thutmose III, streaming video of the exhibition film, streaming slideshows of selected objects with narrative, map of Ancient Egypt and more.
Hieroglyphs Translator
(Interactive Web)
Want to see your name or compose a message in hieroglyphs? Write it out in Middle Egyptian (beginning around 2100 B.C.) phonetic symbols using the keyboard.
Digital Karnak
(Digital animation)
"Experience Karnak" offers a series of animated fly-overs of the ancient temple complex that still resonates today because of its monumental pylons, towering columns, stunning reliefs and architectural marvels. Digital Karnak was designed and built at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA).
Learning Egyptian Hieroglyphs
(Web-based learning)
Based on the book Egyptian Grammar by A.H. Gardiner, the author of this deep, rich site recounts what she learns in her study of Middle Egyptian hieroglyphs.




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