MKTP Team 2017
Antonio J. Morales
Kelly Accetta Crowe
Sergio Alarcón Robledo
Abd el-Ghani Hamid
Ana Sáez Gómez
Hazem Shared Mohamed
Flavio Celis D'Amico
Ernesto Echevarria Valiente
Antonio Morales Rondán
Jónatan Ortiz García
Raúl Sánchez Casado
Teresa Bardají Azcárate
Antonio J. MoralesHead
Antonio (BA in Archaeology, MA and PhD in Egyptology, Philadelphia), is professor of Egyptology at the University of Alcalá and concentrates on funerary texts, rituals, and beliefs, as well as on history and culture of the Middle Kingdom. He coordinates the Middle Kingdom Theban Project and engages on epigraphic work in the project.
Kelly (BA in Art and Archaeology, MA and PhD in Egyptology, Cambridge) focuses on the construction and decoration of gates and entrances in ancient Egyptian temples. Her main research interests are Egyptian architecture, funerary material culture, and the connection between iconography and power.
Sergio (BA in Architecture, MA in Egyptian Archaeology, Cambridge) focuses on Egyptian architecture, above all in monumental structures from the Middle and New Kingdoms. He has participated in several expeditions as architect and Egyptologist, and will initiate his PhD studies in Egyptology soon.
Sebastian (BA and MA in Egyptian Archaeology, Berlin) works in the German Archaeological Institute in Cairo (DAIK). He is involved in projects promoting scientific collaboration in Egypt as well as on research projects dealing with the study of the Neolithic in Egypt.
Abd El-Ghany El-TaherArchaeology
Abd el-Ghany (BA in Archaeology, El-Minya) works as inspector of Antiquities of the Ministry of State for Antiquities. He is specialized on Egyptian archaeology, examination and preservation of findings.
Mohamed (BA and MA in Egyptian Archaeology, Helwan) currently works on his PhD about routes and centres of trade in ancient Egypt. His main interests are archaeology (mainly landscape archaeology), photogrammetry, 3D reconstructions, and GIS methods.
Ana Sáez GómezArchaeology
Ana (BA in Art History and Diploma on Heritage Management, Seville) has worked as archaeologist in various sites of the province of Cadiz. Her main interests is the preservation and conservation of the historical and archaeological heritage.
Hazem Shared (BA in Archaeology and Egyptology) is an Egyptian archaeologist living in Luxor especialized on registration, management, logistical organization and ceramic work. He studied his BA in Archaeology and Egyptology at Aim Shams University, Cairo.
Flavio (BA in Architecture) is professor of Architecture in the School of Architecture at the University of Alcala and his work focuses on projects about sustainable architecture and conservation of the architectonic heritage.
Ernesto (BA and PhD in Architecture, Madrid) is professor of Design and Geometry at the University of Alcala, and concentrates on the documentation and conservation of historical and archaeological heritage.
Rawda (BA in Egyptology, Alexandria) is conservator at the Museum of Archaeology of the Faculty of Arts in the University of Alexandria, and is especialized on conservation of written objects and manuscripts.
Mohamed (BA in Archaeological Conservation and MA in Restoration, South Valley University) is conservator at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo since 2012. He especializes on the restoration and preservation of organic and inorganic material.
Eman (BA in Archaeological Conservation, Cairo) is conservator at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo and works on various projects on heritage conservation for the Ministry of Antiquities. She especializes on the development of preventive strategies and methods of monitorization in the conservation of archaeological materials and heritage. .
Salima (BA in Archaeology, MA and PhD in Egyptian Archaeology, Cambridge) is professor of the American University in Cairo (AUC) and director of the Egyptological Seminar. Her main academic interests are the funerary practices, the mummification, and the animal mummies.
Jónatan (BA in Historia, MA in Cultural Heritage, and PhD in Egyptology, Valencia) focuses on textiles in ancient Egypt, their iconography and function, as well as on their role in the funerary beliefs and practices in Egypt.
Raúl (BA in History, MA in Ancient and Medieval Studies, Granada) currently works on his PhD at the University of Seville about the ka-servant during the Old Kingdom. His main interest is the funerary religion, especially rituals, priesthood and cultic practices.
Dina (BA in Archaeology and MA in Egyptology, Berlin) currently works in her PhD thesis on nudity in ancient Egyptian representations, and has worked as epigrapher in various projects in Egypt and Sudan.
Teresa Bardají is professor of Geology and Geomorphology in the School of Sciences at the University of Alcalá. Her major research interests are the enrivonmental evolution and paleoecology. Part of her professional experience relates to the geology of quaternary deposits, neotectonics, active faults, geomorphology and other active processes.