Nagwa is an Assistant Lecturer at Archaeology Department, Faculty of Arts, Assuit University. She obtained her master dissertation in Egyptology from Assuit University; her master thesis entitled “The chapel of Isis in the temple of Sethos I as Abydos”. In addition, she enrolled her PhD entitled “The book of the dead on the third Intermediate period coffins”. Her interests include the developments of the vignettes of the book of the dead on the coffins from the third Intermediate period until the Late period.
Amr Gaber holds his PhD in Egyptology from Durham University, UK (2009). His thesis is entitled, the Central Hall in the Egyptian Temples of Ptolemaic Period. He worked as an Honorary Research Associate from 2013 till 2015 in the Research Institute for Arts and Humanities (RIAH), Swansea University, UK, where he conducted research about funerary texts in ancient Egypt. Moreover, he worked between 2020 and 2021 as an Honorary Research Fellow in the department of History, Classics and Egyptology at Swansea University.
Naglaa is an Assistant Lecturer in Department of Archaeology and Civilization Faculty of Arts, Helwan University. She received her MA degree in Egyptology from Helwan University in 2018, with her thesis about Unpublished Hieratic Mummy Bandages from the Book of the Dead in the el-Ashmunein Museum Store. She is currently working towards a PhD in Egyptology. Her interests include the development of funerary texts from the New Kingdom to the Ptolemaic period.
Matthew Whealton is a student at Berkeley with interest in ritual texts, digital text corpora, and vocalic reconstruction. He holds an MS in Computer Science from the Johns Hopkins University and spent many years in industry working in a number of technology startups.
Dr. Nederhof earned his PhD in Computer Science at the University of Nijmegen
(The Netherlands) in 1994. He has worked as postdoc at the University of
Groningen (The Netherlands), as senior researcher at DFKI, Saarbrücken
(Germany), as consultant at AT&T Shannon Laboratory (USA), and as senior
researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen. Since
2006 he is lecturer at the University of St Andrews (UK). He divides his
interests between, and sometimes combines together his interests in, such