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- Z. Hawass, “Archaic Graves Found at North Abu-Rawash.” MDAIK 36.
- Z. Hawass, “Preliminary Report on the Excavations at Kom Abou-Bellou.” SAK 7.
- Z. Hawass, “New Archaeological Sites in South Yemen.” Abdel Aziz Saleh Festschrift.
ASAE 52.
- Z. Hawass, and F. Hassan. “Chronology, Sediments, and Subsistence at Merimda Beni Salama.” JEA 74.
- Z. Hawass, “Arbej Dersam Fundet at Giza.” Papyrus. 4. 2.
- Z. Hawass, “The Statue of the Dwarf Prn(j)-Ank(w) Recently Discovered at Giza.”
Werner Kaiser Festschrift. MDAIK 47.
- Z. Hawass, “Recent Archaeological Work in Egypt.” Newsletter of ARCE in Egypt.
NARCE 154.
- Z. Hawass, “A Burial with an Unusual Plaster Mask in the Western Cemetery of
Khufuʼs Pyramid.” The Followers of Horus. Studies Dedicated toMichael Allen
Huffman. Ed. R. Friedman and B Adams. Egyptian Studies Association Publication No. 2. Oxbow Monograph. 20.
- Z. Hawass, “Ancient Egyptian Culture,” in Egypto-Egypt. Seville – Spain. Z. Hawass,
“Recent Discoveries at Giza.” Sixth International Congress of Egyptology. Vol: 1.
Turin, Italy.
- Z. Hawass, “The Great Sphinx at Giza: Date and Function.” Congress Internazionale
- Z. Hawass, “History of the Conservation of the Sphinx.” Book of Proceedings: the First International Symposium on the Great Sphinx. Ed. Faisal A. Esmail. Cairo: EAO.
- Z. Hawass, “Nazlet el-Samman 1991. Old Kingdom Pottery Types.” Bulletin de Liaison du Groupe International dʼEtude de la Ceramique. SCA – Cairo.
- Z. Hawass, “A Limestone Stela with a Seated Figure Found in Naukratis.” Alexandria
Studies in Memoriam of Daoud Abdu Daoud. Bulletin de la Société Archéologique
dʼAlexandrie. 45.
- Z. Hawass, “A Stela Discovered in Mansouria.” Bulletin de La Société dʼArchéologie
- Z. Hawass, and D. Grossman. “Recent Discoveries in Al-Haiz, Bahria Oasis.” Bulletin
de la Société dʼArchéologie Copte. 33.
- Z. Hawass, “A Fragmentary Monument of Djoser from Saqqara.” JEA 80.
- Z. Hawass, “Can the Sphinx Be Saved?” Archaeology 47.5.
- Z. Hawass, and M. Lehner. “The Sphinx. Who Built It and Why?” Archaeology. 47.
- Z. Hawass, and M. Lehner. “The Passages under the Sphinx.” Hommages { Jean
Leclant (BdE 106), 1. Cairo: IFAO.
- Z. Hawass, “The Khufu Statuette: Is It an Old Kingdom Sculpture?” BIFAO. Extraite
des melanges. Gamal Eddin Mokhtar. TXCU 11/2.
- Z. Hawass, “The Programs of the Royal Funerary Complexes of the Fourth Dynasty.”
Ancient Egyptian Kingship. Ed. D. OʼConnor and D. Silverman. Leiden: Brill.
- Z. Hawass, “The Egyptian Monuments: Problems and Solutions.” International Journal of Cultural Property 4.1. Paris: UNESCO.
- Z. Hawass, “Le Tombeau dʼun Grand Prêtre.” Le Monde de la Bible 44.
- Z. Hawass, “ A Group of Unique Statues Discovered at Giza I : Statues of the overseers of the Pyramid Builders.”Kunst des Alten Reiches: Symposium in Deutschen
Archaologischen Institut Kairo AM29.Und 30. Oktober 1991. SDAIK 28. Mainz am
Rhein: Verlag Philipp Von Zabern.
- Z. Hawass, “ A Group of Unique Statues Discovered at Giza II : an unfinished Head
and a Statuette of an Overseer.” Kunst des Alten Reiches: Symposium in Deutschen
Archaologischen Institut Kairo AM 29.Und 30. Oktober 1991.SDAIK 28.Mainz am
Rhein: Verlag Philipp Von Zabern.
- Z. Hawass, “The Discovery of the Pyramidion of the Satellite Pyramid of Khufu (GId).” Iubilate Conlegae: Studies in Memory of Abdel Aziz Sadek, Part I. Ed. Charles
C.Van Siclen. Varia Aegyptiaca. 10.2-3.
- Z. Hawass, “The Discovery of a Pair – Statue Near the Pyramid of Menkaure at Giza.”
- Z. Hawass, “The Discovery of the harbors of Khufu and Khufre at Giza.” Études Sur
lʼAncien Empire et la Necropole de Saqqara Dédiées à Jean-Phlippe Lauer, Vol. 1.
Orientalia Monspeliensia. 9. Ed. Catherine Berger et B. Mathieu. Montpellier:
LʼUniversity Paul-Valery.
- Z. Hawass, “ The Pyramids.” Ancient Egypt. Ed. David Silverman. Landon: Duncan
- Z. Hawass, “A Statue of Caracalla Found in the Nile by a Fisherman.” Ancient Egypt,
the Aegean, and Near East: Studies in Honour of Martha Roads Bell, Vol. 1. Ed. Jacke
Phillips. Van Siclen Books.
- Z. Hawass, “ Tombs of the Pyramid Builders.” Archaeology 50.1.
- Z. Hawass, and M. Lehner. “Builders of the Pyramids.” Archaeology 50.1.
- Z. Hawass, “ A Group of Unique Statues Discovered at Giza III: the Statues of Jnty-
Sdw from Tomb GSE 1915.” Les Criteres de Datation Stylistiques a IʼAncien Empire
(BdE 120).Ed. Nicolas Grimal. Cairo : IFAO.
- Z. Hawass, “Pyramid Construction: New Evidence Discovered in Giza.
- Z. Hawass, “Excavating the Old Kingdom: “The Egyptian Archaeologists.” Egyptian
Art in the Age of the Pyramids by Dorothea Arnold et al. New York:The Metropolitan
Museum. Also, texts written for the following objects: “Door Jamb of King Djoser.” p.
171;“Two Relief Fragments from Dahshur.” p. 195; “The Dwarf Per-ni-ankhu.” p. 299;
“Four Statues of the Artisan Inti-Shedu.” p. 300-303.
- Z. Hawass, “The Splendor of the Old Kingdom.” The Treasures of the Egyptian
Museum in Cairo. Ed. Francesco Tiradritti. Cairo: AUC Press.
- Z. Hawass, “ The Pyramid Builders : a Group of Unique Statues Discovered at Giza IV: the Statue of an Overseer of the Craftsmen and His Wife.” L”Art de IʼAncien Empire Egyptien. Actes du CoIIoque Organise au Musee du Louvre par le Service Culturel les 3 et 4 avril 1998. Ed. Christian Ziegler. Paris: La Documentation Francaise.
- Z. Hawass, “Les Fouilles et les Découvertes dʼArchéologues Égyptian { Memphis”
LʼArt Égyptien au Temps des Pyramides by Christiane Ziesler et al. Paris. Also,
descriptions of sites and objects in the catalogue by Z. Hawass:“Pyramide de Djoser
Montant de Porte.” p. 150-155;“Pyramid de Snéfrou Personnification Des Domains.” p. 168; “Le Nain Perniânkhou.” pp. 248–249; “Les Statues dʼArtisan Intichédou.” p. 250; “Grande Statue DʼIntichédou Assis.” p. 251; “Petite Statue dʼIntichédou Assis. p. 252; “Statue dʼIntichédou Assis.” p. 252; “Statue dʼIntichédou Debout.” p. 253.
- Z. Hawass, “A Personal Account of the Valley of the Golden Mummies.” KMT
- Z. Hawass, “Recent Discoveries in the Pyramid Complex of Teti at Saqqara.” Abusir
and Saqqara in Year 2000. ArOr Supplementa. 9. Ed. M. Barta and J. Kvejci. Prague:
Academy of Sciences of the Czeck Republic.
- Z. Hawass, “Roman Mummies Discovered at Bahria Oasis.” The Archaeology of
Jordan and Beyond: Essays in Honor of James A. Sauer. Studies in the Archaelology
and History of the Levant. Ed. Lawrence Stager. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns.
- Z. Hawass, “Site Management at Giza Plateau: Masterplan for the Conservation of the Site.” International Journal of Cultural Property 9.1. Paris: UNESCO.
- Z. Hawass, “Fragmentary Quartzite Female Hand Found in Abou-Rawash.” Gold of
Praise: Studies on Ancient Egypt in Honour of Edward F. Wente. SAOC 58. Chicago:
Oriental Institute. Stationen:Beiträge Zur Kulturgeschichte Ägyptens.” In Honor of
Rainer Stadelmann. Ed. H. Guksch and D. Polz. Mainz: Von Zabern.
- Z. Hawass, “Respuesta al Turismo: la Gestacion de los Sitios.” Museum International
50.4. Paris: UNESCO. Published first in English. And also Published in 11 languages
- Z. Hawass, “A Unique Old Kingdom Head Rest and Offering Tablet of Seven Sacred
Oils Found at Saqqara.” Memnonia. 9. 155-160.
- Z. Hawass, “Abusir Tomb. Egyptian Priestʼs Undisturbed Burial Discovered.” National Geographic 194.5.
- Z. Hawass, “Antiquities Reports From Egypt” KMT 9/3.
- Z. Hawass, “The Legend of the Pharaohʼs Lost Tomb: A Tale from the Valley of the
Golden Mummies.” Massachusetts Review.
- Z. Hawass, “The Discovery of the Temple of the God Bes at Bahariya Oasis.”
Moustafa el Abadi Festschrift.Société dʼArchéologie dʼAlexandria.
- Z. Hawass,"Solving the Puzzles of Giza.” Egypt Revealed: Archaeology, Travel and
Adventure March/April.
- Z. Hawass, “Secrets of the Valley of Golden Mummies - Egypt.” Egypt Revealed:
Archaeology, Travel and Adventure. June.
- Z. Hawass, “Das Grab von Abusir. Das Alte Ägypten – Die faszinierende Welt der
Pharaonen.” National Geographic Special 1.
- Z. Hawass, “Her Ruhte der Statthalter des Pharaos.” National Geographic Deutschland. September.
- Z. Hawass, “Egyptʼs Hidden Tombs Revealed.” National Geographic. September issue.
- Z. Hawass,“Old Kingdom Wooden Statues from Saqqara Recently Arrived at the
Egyptian Museum.” Egyptian Museum Collections around the World. 1. Ed. M. El
Damaty. SCA: Cairo
- Z. Hawass, “An Inscribed Lintel in the Tomb of the Vizier Mehu at Saqqara. LinAeg.
10. Gottingen: Germany.
- Z. Hawass, “The Glory of Ancient Egypt: The Pharaonic Period.” Bibliotheca
Alexandrina: the Archaeology Museum. Ed. Z. Hawass and C. Gerigk. SCA:Cairo Z.
Hawass, “Rise and Fall: a Civilized Prehistory 8500 to 300 BC.” Cradle and Crucible in
the Middle East. Ed. Daniel Schorr National Geographic. Washington DC.
- Z. Hawass, “The Old Kingdom Pyramidion: Did It Exist and Was It Cased in Gold?”
Hommages Fayza Haikal. Institut Francais DʼArcheologie Orientale.
- Z. Hawass, “Site Management and Conservation.” Egyptology at the Dawn of the
Twenty-First Century: Proceedings of the First International Congress of Egyptology.
3. 48-61. Ed. Z. Hawass. AUC Press: Cairo.
- Z. Hawass, et al, “Anthropological Differences between Workers and High Officials
from Old Kingdom at Giza.” Egyptology at the Dawn of the Twenty-First
Century:Proceedings of the Eight International Congress of Egyptology. 2. Ed. Z.
Hawass, et al. AUC Press: Cairo
- Z. Hawass, “Egyptʼs Forgotten Treasures.” National Geographic January issue
- Z. Hawass, and T. Tucker. “Integrating History and Health for the Roman Period of
Ancient Egypt.” Egyptology at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century: Proceedings of
the Eight International Congress of Egyptology. 2. AUC Press: Cairo
- Z. Hawass, et al. “Scientific Methods Used in Excavating and Conserving a Painted
Mud-Brick Tomb at the Giza Plateau.” Egyptology at the Dawn of the Twenty-first
Century: Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Egyptologists. 3. Ed. Z.
Hawass. AUC Press: Cairo
- Z. Hawass, “ The Tomb of the pyramid Builders: The Tomb of the Artisan Petety and
His Curse.” Egypt and the Ancient Mediterranean World: Studies in Honor of Donald
B. Redford. Probleme der Agystologie 20. Ed. Gary N. Knoppers and A. Hirsch.
Leiden: Beill Publishers: Boston.
- Z. Hawass, “The EMP: Egyptian Mummy Project.” KMT 15.4.
- Z. Hawass, “Khufuʼs National Project: the Great Pyramid of Giza in year 2528 BC.”
Structure and Significance: Thoughts on Ancient Egypt Architecture. DGOAW. 33. Ed.
Peter Janosi. Wien: Verlag der Osterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.
- Z. Hawass, “A New Era for Museums in Egypt.” Museum International 57. UNESCO.
Paris. Published in 12 languages.
- Z. Hawass, “Recent Discoveries at Akhmin.” KMT 16.01.
- Z. Hawass, “King Tut Returns: Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs.”
KMT 16.2.
- Z. Hawass, “A New Colossal Seated Statue of Ramses II from Akhmin.” Time Lines
Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak. 1. OLA. 149. Ed. Ernst Czerny. Leuven: Peeters.
- Z. Hawass, “Unique Statues Found at Giza VIII : The Tomb and the Statue of Wenen
Em-Niut.” ASAE 80. In Honor of Ali Hassan. Ed. Z. Hawass and K.Daoud.
- Z. Hawass, “The Excavation at Kafr El Gebel Season 1987-1988.” The World of
Ancient Egypt. Ahmed ABD El-Qader El-Sawi Festschrift. ASAE CAHIE 35.
- Z. Hawass, “Dancing with the Pharaohs: the New Royal Mummies Halls at the
Egyptian Museum, Cairo.” KMT 17.1.
- Z. Hawass, “Quest for the Mummy of Hatshepsut: Could She Be the Lady in the Attic
of the Egyptian Museum?” KMT 17.2
- Z. Hawass, “Royal Figures Found in Petrieʼs So-called Workmenʼs Barracks at Giza.”
Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar.Studies in Honor of James F. Romano 17.
- Z. Hawass, “Unique Statues from Giza V: the Exceptional Statue of the First Priest Kai and His Family.” Studies in Honor of Ali Radwan. Ed. K. Daoud, S. Bedier, and S.
Abdel-Fatah. Supplement ASAE. 2. CAHIE 34.
- Z. Hawass, “The Scientific Search for Hatshepsutʼs Mummy.” KMT 18.3.
- Z. Hawass, “The Discovery of the Osiris Shaft at Giza.” Archaeology and Art of
Ancient Egypt: Essays in Honor of David OʼConnor. ASAE 36.
- Z. Hawass, “New Revelations from the Pyramids of Giza.” Unearthing the New
Treasures of Archaeology. Ed. Brian Fagan. Thames & Hudson. London.
- Z. Hawass, “The Tomb of Tutankhamunʼs Mother? An 18th Dynasty Chamber in the
Valley of the Kings.” Discovery: Unearthing the New Treasures of Archaeology. Ed.
Brian Fagan. Thames & Hudson. London.
- Z. Hawass, “The Valley of the Golden Mummies: Egypt.” Discovery: Unearthing the
New Treasures of Archaeology. Ed. Brian Fagan. Thames & Hudson. London.
- Z. Hawass, “ A Note on the Discovery of an Unfinished Double Statue Found in the
Cemetery of the pyramid Builders.” Bulleten of the Egyptian Museum 4. SCA. Z.
Hawass, “Sakkaraʼs New Imhotep Museum.” KMT 18.1.
- Z. Hawass, “ Unique Statues Found at Giza VI: Two Unknown Statues Found in the
Western Field and Near the Causeway of Khafre.” Egypt and Beyond: Essays to
Leonard H. Lesko, Ed. S. Thompson and P. Mannelian. Brown University.
- Z. Hawass, “A Seated Statue of an Unknown Man an Unsinished Double Statue
(Unique Statues from Giza VI). BDE 143. Hommages a Jean-Claude Goyon. Ed. Luc
Gabolde. Institut Francis dʼArcheologie Orientale.
- Z. Hawass, “A Statue of Menkaure Found in Luxor.” Zeichen aus dem Sand
Streiflichter aus Agyptens. Geshichte Zu Ehren Von Gunter Dreyer. Ed. E. Maria
Engel, V. Muller, and V. Hartung. Weisbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.
- Z. Hawass, “Mother, Wife or Daughter of the King.” Queenship in Egypt: from
Hetepheres to Cleopatra, Ed. Christiane Ziegler. Paris: Somogy Art Publisher.
- Z. Hawass, “A Statue of Thuthmose II and the God Amun: Genuine or Fake?” The
Realm of the Pharaohs: Essays in Honor of Tohfa Handoussa, ASAE Suppl. 37.
- Z. Hawass, et al., “Computed Tomographic Evaluation of Pharaoh Tutankhamun, ca.
1300 BC.” ASAE 81.
- Z. Hawass, “King Tutankhamun.” Ancient Egypt at the Cairo Museum, Ed. A.
Radwan. Cairo: SCA.
- Z. Hawass, “The Glory of the Pyramids: the Old Kingdom at the Egyptian Museum.”
Ancient Egypt at the Cairo Museum, Ed. A. Radwan. Cairo: SCA.
- Z. Hawass, “The Unfinished Obelisk Quarry at Aswan.” Beyond the Horizon.Studies in Egyptian Art, Archaeology and History in Honor of Barry J. Kemp, Ed. S. Ikram and A. Dodson. Vol. 2. SCA Publication.
- Z. Hawass, “Recent Discoveries in Egypt.” Buletin de Bellas Artes 37. Sevilla: Real
Academia de Bellas Artes de Santa Isabel de Hungria.
- Z. Hawass, “ The Tomb of Keki: the Pyramid Builder.” Die Ihr Vorbeigehen Werdet.
Wenn Tempel, Graber und Statuen Sprechen: Gedenkschrift fur prof.Dr.Sayed Tawfik
Ahmed. Sonderschrift. SDAIK 16 Waslter De Gruyter. Berlin.
- Z. Hawass, “Ludwig Burchardt und Sein Erbe in Agypten.” Sahure: Tod und Leben
Eines Grossen Pharao: Liebieghause: Skulpturen Sammlung.
- Z. Hawass, “Grabungen und Funde in Abousire.” Sahure: Tod und Leben Eines
Grossen Pharao: Liebieghause: Skulpturen SammLung.
- Z. Hawass, “The Old Kingdom Sphinxes Found at Saqqara.” Millions of Jubilees:
Studies in Honor of David P. Silverman. Ed. Z Hawass and J. Haouser Wegner. ASAE
Suppl. 39.1.
- Z. Hawass, “Preliminary Report for the SCA Excavation at the Valley of the Kings: the First Season 2007-2008.” Kent Weeks Festschrift, ASAE 41.
- Z. Hawass, “The Anubieion.” Egyptian Culture and Society: Studies in Honour of
Naguib Kanawati . Vol. 1. Ed. A. Woods, A. McFarlane, and S. Binder. ASAE Suppl.
- Z. Hawass, “A Head of Rameses II From Tell Basta.” Offerings to the Discerning Eye:
An Egyptological Medley in Honor of Jack A. Josephson. Ed. S. DʼAuria. Brill.
Leiden; Boston.
- Z. Hawass, “World Heritage Sites of Egypt.” Egypt Cultural and Natural Heritage.
Barcelona: Copernic 3.
- Z. Hawass, “The Excavations of the Headless Pyramid, Lepsius XXIX.” In honor of
Edward Brovariski; edited by Peter Manulian and Ramadan Hussein, ASAE Suppl.
- Z. Hawass, et al., “First Report: Video Survey of the Southern Shaft of the Queenʼs
Chamber in the Great Pyramid.” Ahmed Abdel-Fatah Festschrift ASAE 84.
- Z. Hawass, et al., “Ancestry and Pathology in King Tutankamunʼs Family.” JAMA303.
- Z. Hawass, “The Biographical Text of Kapunesut-Kai in the Western Field at Giza.”
Scribe of Justice: Egyptological Studies in Honor of Shafik Allam. CAHIER No. 42.
- Z. Hawass, “The Discovery of the Pyramid of Queen Sesheshet at Saqqara.” Times,
Signs, and Pyramids.Studies in Honor of Miroslav Varner. Prague: Charles University.
- Z. Hawass, “Antik Misirʼda 13 ü Yuculuk.” Magic in Ancient Egypt translated in
Turkish. Aakdeniz in efsanevi korsanlavi. Aktüel Arkeoloji Dervisiʼnim yeni Sayisinda.
Actual Archaeology Magazine in Turkey.
- Z. Hawass, and S. Saleem. “Mummified Daughters of King Tutankhamun:
Archaeological and CT Studies.” American Journal of Roentgenology 2011
Nov:197(5): W829-36.
- Z. Hawass, and S. Saleem, Reply to “Letter to the Editor: Forensic and Pathologist
remarks concerning the mummified fetuses of King Tutankhamun,” AJR Am J.
Roentgenol (June, 2012).
- Zahi Hawass & Sahar N Saleem. Multi Detector CT of Royal Ancient Egyptian
Mummies: An Approach to Study. Radiological Society of North America (RSNA)-
Chicago-USA. Nov 25-30, 2012.
- Z. Hawass, “Saving Nubiaʼs Legacy.” Nubia. Ed. S. DʼAuria and M. M. Fisher.Cairo:
AUC Press.
- Z. Hawass, “ New Evidence For the Cause of Tutankhamunʼs Death” Bibliotheca
Alexandrina website.
- Z. Hawass, Ismail S, Selim A, Saleem SN, Fathalla D, Wasef S, Gad AZ, Saad R, Fares
S, Amer H, Gostner P, Gad YZ, Pusch CM, Zink AR. “Revisiting the harem conspiracy
and death of Ramesses III:anthropological, forensic, radiological, and genetic study.”
BMJ 345:e8268, (Dec 14, 2012); doi: 10.1136/bmj.e8268.
- Z. Hawass, “The Pyramid builders: The overseer of Linen” Etudes et Travaux XXVI,
Volume dedicated to Prof. Karol Mysliwiec, Centre D'Archeologie Mediterraneenne de
L'Academie Polonaises des Sciences, Varsovie 2013.
- Z. Hawass, and K. Martinez. “Preliminary Report on the Excavation at Taposiris
Magna.” Kessler Festschrift. Germany.
- Z. Hawass, and S. Saleem, “Variability in Brain Treatment During Mummification of
Royal Ancient Egyptians dated to 18th - 20th Dynasties : MDCT findingscorrelated with
Archaeologic Literature” in: American Roentgen Ray Society (AJR)200 April 2013;
200(4): W336-W344 (doi: 10.2214/AJR.12.9405)
- Z. Hawass, & S. Saleem, “Variability in cranial mummification of royal Ancient
Egyptians (18th-20th Dynasties: a multi-detector computed tomography study” In: The
eighth World Congress on Mummies studies. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. August 6-9, 2013
- Z. Hawass, & S. Saleem, “Multi-detector computerized tomography (MDCT) study of
cosmetic care and beautification of royal ancient Egyptian mummies related to 18th to
20th Dynasties” In: The eighth World Congress on Mummies studies. Rio de Janeiro
Brazil. August 6-9, 2013.
- Z. Hawass & S. Saleem, “Mummification of fetuses in ancient Egypt: Anthropology and Multi-detector computed Tomography study (MDCT)” In: American Anthropology Association annual meeting-Chicago-USA. Nov 22, 2013, 08:30-08:45.
- Z. Hawass, and S. Saleem, “Multidetector computed Tomographic Study of Amulets ,
Jewelry ,and other Foreign Objects in Royal Egyptian Mummies Dated from the 18th to 20th Dynasties” in: Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography (2014) Mar-
Apr;38(2):153-8. doi: 10.1097/RCT. 0b013e3182ab2221.
- Z. Hawass, “The Search for the Mummy of Nefertiti” in: East-West Divan: In Memory of Werner Mark Linz. The Gingo Library, London 2014.
- Z. Hawass, "The Assassination of Ramses III: An Egyptological Approach" Annales du Service des Antiquites de l’Égypte 87, 259-271.
- Zahi Hawass, and T. El Awady, 'The Tunnel inside the Tomb of Seti I (KV 17): The
Work of the Egyptian Mission, 2007-2010', In: Valley of the kings since Howard Carter, Proceedings of the Luxor Symposium November 4, 2009, CASAE 44 (2014) 51–68.
- Zahi Hawass, 'The so-called Secret Doors inside Khufu's Pyramid', Quest for the Dream of the Pharaohs, studies in honour of Sakuji Yoshimura, CASAE 43 (2014) 51–68.
- S.N. Saleem SN, Z. Hawass, “Multidetector computed tomographic study of amulets,
jewelry, and other foreign objects in royal Egyptian mummies dated from the 18th to
20th dynasties.” J Comput Assist Tomogr 38(2), (Mar-Apr, 2014): 153–158. doi:
- S.N. Saleem, Z. Hawass, “Ankylosing spondylitis or diffuse idiopathic skeletal
hyperostosis (DISH) in Royal Egyptian mummies of 18th-20th Dynasties? CT and
archaeology studies,” Arthritis and Rheumatology 66(12) (Dec 2014): 3311–3316.
- Z. Hawass, “Newly Discovered Scenes of Tutankhamun from Memphis and
Rediscovered Blocks from Heliopolis.” Dorothea Arnold Festschrift. The Metropolitan
- Z. Hawass,and Abdel-Ghaffar Wagdy “The discovery of the Missing Pieces of the
Statue of Amenhotep III and Queen Tiye at the Egyptian Museum.” ASAE 58.
- Z. Hawass, “The Murder of Ramses III: An Egyptological Approach” in: ASAE
- Z. Hawass, “The Re-discovery of KV 53 in the Memory of Kaiser” MDAIK.
- Z. Hawass and Ahmed El-Laithy “The Egyptian expedition in the Valley of The Kings:
The Rediscovery of KV 53” in MDAIK 69
- Z. Hawass, Abd El Ghaffar Wagdy. “Excavations northwest of Amenhotep III’s
Temple at Km El- Hetan: Season 2010-2011.” GS Werner Kaiser
- Zahi Hawass, 'A Newly Discovered Unfinished Statue at Giza', Studies in Honour of
Abdel Ghafar Shedid, CASAE 45 (2015). 51–68.
- Z. Hawass, “ Tutankhamun: The Discovery of his Family and New Evidence of his Life and Death” Joyful in Thebes: Egyptological Studies in Honor of Betsy M. Bryan, R. Jasnow, K. Cooney, (Eds.), (Lockwood Press, 2015), 211–228.
- S.N. Saleem, Z. Hawass, “Subcutaneous packing in Royal Egyptian mummies dated
from 18th to 20th Dynasties.” J Comput Assist Tomogr 39(3), (May-Jun 2015), 301–
- Z. Hawass, "The Egyptian Expedition to the Valley of the Kings. Excavation Season 2, 2008-2009-part : The Valley of the Monkeys."In Jacobus Van Dijk (ed.) Another
Mouthful of Dust: Egyptological Studies in Honour of Geoffrey Thorndike Martin,
Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 246, ( Leuve- Paris-Bristol: Peeters, 2016), 233-250.
Z. Hawass, et al., "Maternal and Parental Lineages in King Tutankhamun's Family,"
Journal of Human Genetics.
- Z. Hawass, et al., “Epidemiology and prevalence of antherosclerosis in Royal Egyptian Mummies,”
- Z. Hawass, “The Excavation at Wadi el-Karn at Abou-Rawash.” Fekhri Hassan
Festschrift. ASAE
- Z. Hawass, “The Discovery of the Mummy of Queen Hatshepsut.” Ola El-Aguizy
Festschrift. IFAO.
- Z. Hawass, “The Egyptian Expedition in the Valley of the Kings: Excavation Season 2, Part 1, 2008-2009.” Ed. 10th International Egyptology Conference. Cyprus
- Z. Hawass, and S. Saleem, ‘Ankylosing spondylitis or diffuse idiopathic skeletal
hyperostosis in Royal Ancient Egyptian mummies (18th–20th Dynasties)? CT and
archaeology studies’ In: Arthritis and Rheumatology,
- Z. Hawass, Abd el-Ghaffar Wagdy and Omar Abu-Zied. “Excavation North-West of
Amenhotep III Temple: Season 2010-2011.” MDAIK
- Z. Hawass, “The Egyptian Excavation in the Valley of the Kings”, in: Geoffery Martin
- Z. Hawass, “Is Nefertiti Buried Beyond the Tomb of Tutakhamun: A Critical
- Z. Hawass, “ Settlements at Giza Plateau: grgt, Tn-rsj, and r-S” (Forthcoming).
- Z. Hawass, “The Statue of Dedu-Amon”
- Z. Hawass, "The Tomb of Nefer-Tjis"
- Z. Hawass, "Discoveries in Front of Khafre's Lower Temple: The Ibw and r-S," in
Vincent Verschoor, Arnold Jan Stuart, and Cocky Demaree (eds.) Imaging and
Imagining The Memphite Necropolis: Libre Amicorum Rene Van Walsem (Leiden:
Peeters, 2017), 9-30.
- S.N. Saleem, Z. Hawass, “Computed tomography study of the feet of mummy of
Ramesses III: New insights on the Harem Conspiracy.” J Comput Assist Tomogr 41(1),
(2017),15–17. doi: 10.1097/RCT.0000000000000489
- Z. Hawass, S.N. Saleem, “Computed tomography examination of the screaming
mummy “Unknown-Woman-A,” Egypt J Radiol Nucl Med 51, 139
(2020) DOI: 10.1186/s43055-020-00255-6
- SN. Saleem, Z. Hawass, “Computed tomography study of the mummy of King
Seqenenre Taa II: New insights into his violent death.” Frontiers in Medicine 8
(February, 2021); 637527 doi: 10.3389/fmed.2021.637527 PMID: 33681262.
- S.N. Saleem, Z. Hawass, “Imaging the past in situ: Paleoradiology and Saqqara
Necropolis excavation.” In Practice 15 (2) (Spring, 2021);
DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.27562.54726.
- Z. Hawass, “The Golden Lost City,” (EES - Egyptian archeology magazine autumn
Issue EA 59 2021
- Z. Hawass, “The Lost Golden City,” JARCE 57, 2021 (forthcoming).
- Z. Hawass, Kasem M, & Shehab E., “The triad of the soul Recent discoveries at
Saqqara,” JARCE 57, 2021 (forthcoming).
- Z. Hawass, “The discovery of KV 65 in the West Valley of the Kings” (for Jaro Kundo
Festschrift. Waseda University) forthcoming
- Z. Hawass, “The discovery of the Pyramid and Temple of Queen Neith” (for Sergei
Ignatov Festschrift, New Bulgarian University) forthcoming.
- Z. Hawass, “The tomb of Djed Khonsu Iufankh at Bahariya Oasis” (for Jim Allen
Festschrift. Brown University) forthcoming.
- Z. Hawass, “The discoveries of the Egyptian Expedition at the Valley of the Monkeys –Western Valley” (for Lanny Bell festschrift) forthcoming.
- Z. Hawass, The discovery of the royal workshops at the west valley of the kings (the
international congress of Egyptology 12) forthcoming.
- Z. Hawass, “The Tomb of Wahty,” (Charles University in Prague) forthcoming.
- Z. Hawass, “The Site Management” (Methods and Aims in Egyptian Archeology: A
Source book edited. By Petrer Lacovara & Sue D’Auria) forthcoming.
- Z. Hawass, “Excavation in the West Valley of the Kings: Findings of Season 3”
(Regine Schulz Festschrift- Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich) forthcoming.


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