André J. Veldmeijer
the Egyptian Bead Project (tEBP) aims to combine and share different research projects and Egyptian archaeological bead studies

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We offer here a platform for bead researchers to publish their individual research projects, and in the future, more information about the projects will be presented. Below you will find a list of participating scholars. If you wish to receive further material about tEBP, about our publications, or if you wish to participate in any way, please contact us at jolandabos@blikveld.nl or veldmeijer@palarch.nl.

Drs Jolanda E.M.F. Bos studied Egyptian archaeology at the Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, the Netherlands. Her main field of expertise lies in the sphere of wearable heritage: archaeological beadwork analysis, contemporary costume, and research on hair in an archaeological context. Jolanda conducts fieldwork at Tell el-Amarna, Umm el Qaab and Abydos, where she is researching the human hair remains and beadwork. She is also analysing beadwork from several museum collections.

Dr. André J. Veldmeijer (Visiting Research Scholar, American University in Cairo) has worked as an archaeologist in Egypt since 1995, specialising in, among other things, leatherwork, footwear and beads. He (co-)directs several projects, including the Ancient Egyptian Leatherwork Project, which encompasses the Egyptian Museum Chariot Project and the Tutankhamun’s Sticks & Staves Project. He has published extensively, both for scientific and popular audiences. 

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Jolanda E.M.F. Bos
Anna Hodgkinson
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Dr. Anna Hodgkinson has a PhD in Egyptian Archaeology from the University of Liverpool, which analysed the production of high-status industries and socio-economics within the Royal Cities of the ancient Egyptian New Kingdom. She has recently completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the British Museum. Her present Marie Curie postdoctoral fellowship encompasses the study of domestic glass- and faience manufacture alongside food production in Late Bronze Age Egypt and Mesopotamia.

 

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