It's holiday time so Egyptology News Network won't be so active over the next week or so - but it will continue to be updated. Check for more on the Lost Sarcophagus of Menkaure - is there a map of the wreck site? - and the start of regular posts about Lady Valerie Meux, the banjo-playing barmaid turned Egyptologist.
Meanwhile, as ENN nearly notches up two months on the internet, thank you for all your support. We now have visitors from the US, Canada, The Netherlands, Japan, Malaysia, Germany, France, Ireland, Greece, Turkey, Italy, Australia, as well as the United Kingdom. But we're still looking for our first visitor from Egypt. We also have a growing band of followers on Twitter.
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If you would like to contribute to ENN - articles, news, photographs, or even just comment on the posts - don't be shy, get in touch and you too could be posting in days.
For UK-based supporters - and that probably means London - I'll be organizing a get together some time in mid- to late-August. I'll announce a venue via this site and the newsletter. Keep an eye on the Face-to-Face gadget on the site where details will also be announced. Perhaps we'll meet in the shadow of Cleopatra's Needle on the Embankment.
Meanwhile, have a great summer.