Finding Karakhamun: The Collaborative Rediscovery of A Lost Tomb
An account of the excavation of the 2700 year-old tomb of Karakhamun, a 25th dynasty priest. The tomb was discovered in 2006 on the west bank of Luxor, Egypt and the excavation is funded by the ASA Restoration Project
Egypt on the Potomac: A Guide to Decoding Egyptian Architecture and Symbolism in Washington, D.C.$15.00
A detailed accounting of the efforts of America’s Masonic Founding Fathers to re-create the symbolism and philosophy of Egypt in their new capital. This print edition of the Egypt on the Potomac Field Trip is supported by a study guide and video.