Egyptological was set up to communicate information in a friendly and easily accessible way. At the same time we wanted to encourage dialogue and feedback so that anyone can share ideas and opinions about articles and reviews posted and any questions or ideas that they may have.
Readers can comment on articles and photographs and engage with each other by leaving comments and developing discussions. Starting or joining a discussion is easy. If you have read an article, review, report or any other publication on the site you will find a “Leave A Reply” link at the bottom of that page. Click on it and complete the form to add your comment – it’s as easy as that. We have made the name field obligatory not because we need your name (you can make one up of you want to) but so that anyone who wants to reply to your comment knows to whom to address it. This will save a lot of confusion! You can see recent comments here.
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Please also consider contributing to the Discussion pages in our Colloquy section, our area for our readers to ask questions, pose ideas and make suggestions.
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