Papyri Copticae Magicae: magical texts from Egypt in Coptic script and language are the focus of a research project, for the first time in a 600-page book.
A remarkable archaeological breakthrough has been made with the excavation and restoration of rooms in the pyramid of Sahura. The discovered chambers are probably storage rooms intended to hold the royal burial objects.
An excavation in Boğazköy-Hattusha has brought to light a cuneiform tablet with an unknown Indo-European language the land of Kalašma
The Oxford Handbook of the Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead is thus the first major handbook to collect and synthesise the wide-ranging scholarship
A new Centre for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences, MagEIA – Magic between Entanglement, Interaction, and Analogy