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1977 Bernard Bothmer Three Centuries of Ptolemaic Art, 330-30 B.C.
1978 Jack Janssen Khaemtore, a well-to-do workman from Deir el-Medina
1979 Cyril Aldred Revolution in Egyptian Art
1980 I.E.S. Edwards Funerary Magic and the Egyptian Pyramid
1981 Dorothea Arnold Ancient Egyptian Pottery: Seven Phases of Evolution
1982 J.M. Plumley Christian Egypt: Old Priest, New Presbyter
1983 Harry Smith Stephen Glanville and the Social History of Ancient Egypt
1984 H.J. Polotsky Egyptology, Coptic Studies and the Egyptian Language
1985 A.F. Shore Seshat and Euterpe, eyeball to eyeball: popular literature and its readers in Graeco-Roman Egypt
1986 Wolfgang Helck The Beginning of the Egyptian State
1987 Harry James Samuel Birch and the Egyptian Department in the British Museum
1988 W.K. Simpson Notables of the Middle Kingdom: the Great and the near-Great
1989 Ken Kitchen Aspects of Ancient Egypt and the Old Testament
1990 Geoffrey Martin Funerary but not Funereal: Reflections on Egyptian Art of the Late XVIII Dynasty
1991 Jean Vercoutter Pharaonic Egypt and Black Africa
1992 M. Eaton-Krauss Tutankhamun, Propitiator of the Gods: the Restoration of the Traditional Cults in the Aftermath of the Amarna Period
1993 Jan Quaegebeur Thebes after the Pharaohs: Continuity and Change after Alexander the Great
1994 Paul Frandsen A Perspective on the Lack of Perspective: a Study in Egyptian Art and Language
1995 John Ray The Marquis, the Urchin and the Labyrinth: Egyptology and the University of Cambridge
1996 Dominique Valbelle Turquoise and the Twelfth Dynasty Kings
1997 Edna Russman Image and Identity: Cult Statues in Ancient Egypt
1998 Mark Lehner The Lost City of the Pyramids: Excavations at Giza
1999 Miroslav Verner New Pyramids and Tombs: Recent Discoveries at Abusir
2000 Jack Ogden Behold a Pale Horus: Gold, Silver and Copper in Ancient Egypt
2001 John Baines Ancient Egyptian Bodies: divine, human, demonic
2002 Jean-Yves Empereur     New Excavations in Alexandria by Land and Sea
2003 Stephen Quirke The Legacy of Flinders Petrie — the First Rescue Archaeologist
2004 Don Redford The Karnak Years of Akhenaten: the new evidence from tomb clearance and temple excavation
2005 Vivien Davies The Tomb of Sa-ta-imau and Edfu’s sacred hill
2006 Catharine Roehrig From Queen to Pharaoh: aspects of Hatshepsut’s reign
2007 Barry Kemp Akhenaten's mudbrick city: residents of the past, guardians of the present
2008 Erik Hornung     Mysterious Underworld — the tomb of Seti I in the Valley of the Kings
2009 Jaromir Malek A City on the Move: Egypt's capital in the Old Kingdom
2010 Maulana Karenga The Maatian Ideal of Social Justice in Ancient Egypt: A Classical African Conception
2011 Jean-Michel Massing Life in Ramesside Nubia: the view from Amara West
2012 Neal Spencer Life in Ramesside Nubia: the view from Amara West
2016 John H. Taylor  Decoding ancient Egyptian coffins: The judgement of the dead and their eternal destiny