2000 "Pottery from the Valley of the Kings: Tombs KV 21, 27, 28, 44, 45, and 60." (with Barbara and David Aston) Cahiers de la Ceramique Égyptienne 6:11-26. 1995 "Further observations concerning the Valley of the Kings." In, Valley of the Sun Kings: new explorations in the tombs of the Pharaohs. ed. by R. Wilkinson, U. of Arizona Press. 1995 "Tentative tomb protection priorities, Valley of the Kings, Egypt." (with John Rutherford), In, Valley of the Sun Kings: new explorations in the tombs of the Pharaohs. ed. by R. Wilkinson, U. of Arizona Press. 1995 "Dental remains from the Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt." (with D. Swindler and B. Rothschild) In, Aspects of Dental Biology:Paleontology, Anthropology and Evolution. ed. by J. Moggo-Cecchi. International Institute for the Study of Man, Florence. 1994 "Exploring the Valley of the Kings." Archaeology 47(1):52-59. 1994 "Exploring the Valley of the Kings." Calliope Sept. pp.36-40. 1992 "Some observations concerning uninscribed tombs in the Valley of the Kings." In, After Tutankhamun. ed. by C N Reeves, Kegan Paul, London. 1992 "The Valley Again." KMT 3(1):44-47, 69. 1991 "Return to Wadi Biban el Moluk: The Second Field Season of the Valley of the Kings Project." KMT 2(1):26-31. 1990 "Who is buried in KV 60?" KMT 1(1):34-39, 58-59, 63. 1989 "The Pacific Lutheran University Valley of the Kings Project: A Synopsis of the First (1989) Season." Newsletter of the American Research Center in Egypt. 146:8-10. In Preparation: "Preliminary Report of the Pacific Lutheran University Valley of the Kings Project." My work in the Valley of the Kings is also noted in: Brier, Bob, 1998, The Encyclopedia of Mummies. C.N. Reeves and R. H. Wilkinson, 1996, The Complete Valley of the Kings. Joyce Tyldesley, 1996, Hatchepsut: the female pharaoh. Time/Life Books, 1993, Egypt: Land of the Pharaohs. T.G.H. James, 1992, Howard Carter: the path to Tutankhamun. C.N. Reeves, 1990, Valley of the Kings. and on the following television programs: BBC-TV/A&E series, "The Face of Tutankhamun." Learning Channel Series: Archaeology. "Missing Mummies." Additional Television Work: Channel 4, UK, "Valley of the Kings." A&E: "Great Builders of Egypt." A&E Biography: "Howard Carter."
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