Ahmed Fakhry (Arabic: أحمد فخري) (born in Faiyum Governorate in 1905[1]Paris, 7 June 1973[2]) was an Egyptian archaeologist who worked in the Western desert of Egypt (including in 1940 dig at El Haiz, and then at Siwa), and also in the necropolis at Dahshur.[3]

Luis Walter Alvarez, Ahmed Fakhry and Jerry Anderson

References edit

  1. ^ Philby, H. St J. B.; فيلبي, هاري سانت جون فيلبي-عبدالله (2002-07-17). أرض مدين: The land of Midian (in Arabic). العبيكان للنشر. ISBN 9789960402703.
  2. ^ Jeuthe, Clara. "Egypt through the eyes of Ahmed Fakhry". Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek. Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Archiv der Abteilung Kairo. Retrieved 17 January 2024.
  3. ^ "The American University in Cairo Press - Bahriyah and Farafra". www.aucpress.com. Retrieved 2016-10-10.

Bibliography edit

  • Siwa Oasis, Cairo, Egypt, American University in Cairo Press 1990
  • Bahriyah and Farafra, Cairo, American University in Cairo Press 2003
  • An archaeological journey to Yemen, (March–May, 1947)
  • Bahria Oasis
  • The Bent pyramid of Dahshûr / by Ahmed Fakhry ; with papers by Hasan Mostafa and Herbert Ricke
  • Intiṣār al-ḥaḍārah : tārīkh al-Sharq al-qadīm / bi-qalam Zhayms Hanrī Baristid ; naqalahu ilá al-ʻArabīyah Aḥmad Fakhrī
  • The Inscriptions of the Amethyst Quarries at Wadi el Hudi
  • The monuments of Sneferu at Dahshur
  • The Oases of Egypt
  • The Oasis of Siwa its customs, history and monuments
  • Sept tombeaux a l'est de la Grande Pyramide de Guizeh