For more information about the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt try the web resources below.
Mysteries of the Nile: Explore Ancient Egypt
See the Sphinx close up, clamber inside the Great Pyramid and visit the magnificent tombs and temples of Luxor in this self-guided tour through the Land of the Pharaohs.
Pyramids: Ancient Egypt
A history of the pyramids, the most celebrated and enduring icons of Ancient Egypt.
Secrets of Lost Empires: Pharaoh's Obelisk
The companion website to the program "Pharaoh's Obelisk," which is a part of the NOVA series Secrets of Lost Empires, NOVA brings together a team of Egyptologists, engineers, stonemasons, and timber framers to probe the mystery of how the ancients shaped, transported, and erected their elegant obelisks.
For the past three years, the Egyptian Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage (CultNat) and IBM have been working on a project known as the Eternal Egypt. The Eternal Egypt represents a unique partnership to use innovative technologies and services to create an interactive, multimedia experience of Egyptian cultural artifacts, places and history.
The Theban Mapping Project
The official Web site of KV5, an exciting new excavation led by archaeologist Kent Weeks, takes you inside this tomb with movies, QuickTime VRs and maps. The site also offers a tour of Thebes, an overview of the Valley of the Kings and an excellent introduction to Egyptology.
The Newton Institute in the University of Cambridge maintains this Web site of Egyptology resources. The site includes news, bulletins, organizations, and other related resources.
The American Research Center in Egypt - ARCE
The American Research Center in Egypt is the professional society in the United States of specialists on Egypt of all periods. The site provides information on the latest programs, events, projects, local ARCE chapters, research opportunities, resources and publications.
ABZU is a comprehensive guide to the information relevant to the study and public presentation of the Ancient Near East via the Internet. The site provides links to the latest news, publications, research archives, archaeological sites, maps and atlases.