Mansour Boraik

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 Education
2011-Present: PhD Candidate in Egyptology. Zagazig University.
2010: MA Degree in Egyptology in Institute of Near East Studies. Zagazig University.
1995: Alexandria University Faculty of tourism, Department of Tourism
 Awarded Diploma in Tourism
1991: Cairo University Faculty of Archaeology, Department of Egyptology Awarded Diploma in Prehistory
1982: Cairo University Faculty of Archaeology, Department of Egyptology Awarded Bachelor of Arts Degree in Egyptology

Experience as an archaeological inspector
2005-Present: Luxor, Egypt: Director General of Luxor Antiquities
2002-2005: Giza, Egypt: Chief Inspector of Giza Pyramids Plateau
1997-2002: Giza, Egypt: Chief Inspector of excavations in the Giza Inspectorate of Antiquities.
1989-1997: Giza, Egypt: Inspector of Antiquities in the Giza Inspectorate
1993-1994: Cairo, Egypt: Senior archaeologist at Documentation Center
1988: Saqqara, Egypt: Inspector of Antiquities in the Saqqara Inspectorate
1984-1987: Giza, Egypt: Inspector of Antiquities in the Giza Inspectorate

Excavation experience
2005-Present: Luxor, Upper Egypt: Field Director of excavations in front of Karnak temple, Sphinx Avenue, Luxor Temple and Tombs of the Nobles on the West Bank
2004-2005: Luxor, Upper Egypt: Field Director of the archaeological monitoring team for salvage excavations during the dewatering project for Luxor and Karnak temples
2003: Giza, Egypt: Field Director of the excavations in the Western Cemetery for First Intermediate Period tombs.
Sohag, Akhmim, Upper Egypt: Field Director of the excavations in the Temple of Akhmim.
2002: Heliopolis, Cairo, Egypt: Field Director of Salvage excavations of the tombs of the 26th Dynasty.
2000-2001: Bahariya Oasis, Egypt: Field Director of excavations in the Valley of the Golden Mummies and the 26th Dynasty Cemetery.
1999: Bahariya Oasis, Egypt: Co-Director of excavations in the Valley of The  Golden Mummies.
1999-2002: Giza, Egypt: Field Director of excavations at the Cemetery of the Workmen at Giza South East.
1994: Giza, Egypt: Field Director of excavations at the Valley Temple of Khafra.
1994: Giza, Egypt: Archaeologist at Old Kingdom Tombs in the Western Cemetery
1989: Giza, Egypt:Inspector of excavations of the Giza Plateau Mapping Project, under the supervision of Dr. Mark Lehner
1988: Saqqara, Egypt: Inspector of excavations of Cairo University at Abu Sir.
1987: Abu Rawash: Egypt: Inspector of excavations by the Egyptian Antiquities Organization.
1984-1986: Embaba, Egypt: Assistant Archaeologist on North Giza excavations.

Other Projects
2007: Los Angeles, USA: planning and sharing responsibilities for the Site Management Project of the Queens Valley with the collaboration of the Getty Conservation Institute.
2005-Present: Luxor, Egypt: planning and sharing responsibility  of site management projects of Luxor and Karnak temples with the Government of Luxor.
2004: Giza, Egypt: Co-Director of the Giza Plateau Mapping Project Field School under the supervision of Dr. Mark Lehner.
2003: Memphis, Egypt: Co-Director of the American research Center in Egypt (ARCE) Archaeological Field School, under the supervision of Shari Saunders of ARCE.
1999-2004: Giza, Egypt: Planning and sharing responsibility in the Site Management Project for the Giza Plateau.
1987-2004: Giza, Egypt: Senior Archaeologist for the restoration of newly opened tombs in the Western and Eastern Cemeteries and tombs south of Khafra causeway.
2001 & 1999: Western Desert (near Abu Simbel) Egypt: Co-Director of the Combined Prehistoric Expedition (CPE) Field School Project, under the supervision of Professor Fred Wendorf of Southern Methodist University, Texas, USA.
1998-1999: Giza Egypt: Planning and sharing responsibility for the Great Sphinx Restoration Project.
1997: Memphis, Egypt: Co-Director of the American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) Archaeological Field School Project, under the supervision of Professor Gaballa A. Gaballa (Secretary General of the Supreme Counsel of Antiquities) and Dr. Diana Craig Patch (Metropolitan Museum of Art).
1996: Memphis, Egypt: Co-Assistant Director of the American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) Archaeological Field School Project, under the supervision of Professor  Abdel-Halim Nur el-Din (Secretary General of the Supreme Counsel of Antiquities) and Dr. Diana Craig Patch (Metropolitan Museum of Art).
1995: Memphis, Egypt: Supervisor for the American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) Archaeological Field School Project, under the supervision of Professor Abdel-Halim Nur el-Din, (Secretary General of the Supreme Counsel of Antiquities) and Dr. Diana Craig Patch (Metropolitan Museum of Art).
1995: Giza, Egypt: Planning and sharing responsibility for the Great Sphinx  Site Management Project.
1994: Taos, New Mexico, USA: Participant in Southern Methodist University Field School Project.
1992: Paphos, Cyprus: Participant in Project entitled ”On-Site Conservation of Excavated Archaeological Materials”, organized by Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angels, California, USA and the Department of Antiquities, Cyprus.

Related Activities
2007: Los Angeles, California, USA: Travel to the Getty Conservation Institute for organizing and sharing data related to the project for Site Management for the Valley of the Queens in Luxor, Egypt.
2005: Atlanta, Georgia, USA: Awarded a scholarship from the American  Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) to travel to various American Museums for the purpose of reviewing Egyptian antiquities in Museum Collections.
2003: Geneva, Switzerland: Investigation and return of Egyptian antiquities seized by customs agency of Switzerland and repatriation of such objects.
2002: Awarded Scholarship from Griffith Institute to travel to Oxford, United Kingdom, for library research about Workers Settlement in Giza.
2000: Chicago, Illinois, USA: Traveled to Art Institute of Chicago with Egyptian Antiquities Exhibition, “Pharaohs of the Sun”.
2000: Giza, Egypt: Assisted in organizing and preparing the Eighth International Congress of Egyptologists held in Cairo, Egypt.
1992: Cairo, Egypt: Assisted in organizing and preparing the International  Congress for the Restoration of the Great Sphinx.
1988: Cairo, Egypt: Assisted in organizing and preparing the Fifth International Congress of Egyptologists held in Cairo, Egypt.
1997: Cairo Egypt: Organizing and preparing the First International Congress for the Restoration of the Great Sphinx.

Lectures
2005-Present: Luxor, Egypt: Series of archaeological lectures at the Mummification Museum, Luxor.
2007: USA: archaeological lectures at Getty Conservation Institute and Los Angles County Public Library.
2005: Atlanta, Georgia, USA: Michael C. Carlos Museum and St. Joseph  College, Harvard University.
2002: London, United Kingdom: The British Museum and the Egyptian  Cultural Center.
1992-2000: Egypt: Various archaeological lectures.
2000: New York, USA: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Chicago, USA, The Oriental Institute, University of Chicago and the Art Institute of Chicago.
1992: Paphos and Nicosia, Cyprus: Archaeological lectures at the Paphos and Nicosia Museums.
1993: Dallas, Texas and Taos, New Mexico, USA: Archaeological lectures for Southern Methodist University.

 

Bibliography

2010: « Sphinx Avenue Excavations. Preliminary Report », Karnak 13, 2010, p. 45-64.

2010: « Excavations of the Quay and the Embankment in front of Karnak Temples. Preliminary Report », Karnak 13, 2010, p. 65-78.

2010: « Le trésor des bains de Karnak », Karnak 13, 2010, p. 79-100 (in collaboration with Th. Faucher).

2010: « Geomorphological investigations in the western part of the Karnak temple (quay and ancient harbour): first results derived from stratigraphical profiles and manual auger boreholes and perspectives of research », Karnak 13, 2010, p. 101-109 (in collaboration with Matthieu Ghilardi, Saad Bakhit Abdel-Hafez, Mohamed Hatel Ali, Salah El Masekh, Altaieb Garib Mahmoud).

2010: « Rapport préliminaire sur le domaine de Thot », Karnak 13, 2010, p. 429-433 (in collaboration with G. Zaki).

2009: « L'avant-porte de "Thot qui réside à Thèbes" dans le quartier nord de Karnak », BIFAO 109, 2009, p. 411-425 (in collaboration with G. Zaki).

2009: « Ptolemaic Baths in front of the Temple of Karnak. A Brief Preliminary Report – November 2007 », Le bain collectif en Égypte, EtUrb 7, 2009, p. 73-86.

2009: Le temple de Ramsès III à Medinet Habou, À la découverte de notre patrimoine 12, Le Caire, 2009.

2008: « Western Thebes. History, Change, and Challenges », Conservation, The GCI Newsletter 23/2, 2008, p. 8-11 (in collaboration with R. Johnson).

2008: « Inside the Mosque of Abu El-Haggag : Rediscovering long lost parts of Luxor Temple. A Preliminary Report »,Memnonia 19, 2008, p. 123-149.

2007: « Stela of Bakenkhonsu, High Priest of Amun-Re », Memnonia 18, 2007, p. 119-226.

 





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