Dr Angus Graham
Dr Angus Graham is an Honorary Research Associate at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London, where he studied Egyptian Archaeology. He is the Field Director of the Egypt Exploration Society’s Theban Harbours and Waterscapes Survey, and has worked on archaeological projects at Giza, Memphis, Karnak, Edfu and Hierakonpolis among many other sites. His research interests include the ancient landscapes of Egypt and the location of settlements within these. Angus is also interested in the role of the River Nile, and in the boatbuilding skills, navigational technologies and transport infrastructure which allowed the river to act as a communication artery.
Angus’ recent publications include:
Graham, A. and Strutt, K. D. 2013. Ancient Theban temple and palace landscapes. Egyptian Archaeology 43, 5-7.
Graham, A. 2012. Investigating the Theban West Bank floodplain. Egyptian Archaeology 41, 21-24.
Graham, A. 2010. Ancient landscapes around the Opet temple, Karnak. Egyptian Archaeology 36, 25-28.
And you can read about Angus’ work at Kom el-Farahy, Edfu in the journal British Museum Studies in Ancient Egypt and Sudan here: