Urbanism & Domestic Architecture
Hamza, M. and B. Kemp, 2000. Report on a large house at Amarna, discovered near the village of el-Hagg Qandil. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 86, 161–5.
Kemp, B.J., 1977. The city of el-Amarna as a source for the study of urban society in ancient Egypt. World Archaeology 9, 123–39.
Kemp, B.J., 1979. The city of el-Amarna as a source for the study of urban society in Egypt. In W. Reineke, ed., Acts of the First International Congress of Egyptology. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 369–70.
Kemp, B.J., 1981. The character of the South Suburb at Tell el-'Amarna. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft zu Berlin 113, 81–97. Review article.
Kemp, B.J., 1983. Tell el-'Amarna. In H.S. Smith and R.M. Hall, ed., Ancient Centres of Egyptian Civilization. London: Egyptian Education Bureau, 57–72.
Kemp, B.J., 1986. Tell el-Amarna, 4000 word entry in the Lexikon der Ägyptologie, ed. W. Helck and W. Westendorf, Band VI. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 309–19.
Kemp, B.J., 1992. Amarna from the air. Egyptian Archaeology 2, 15–17.
Kemp, B.J., 1998. More of Amarna's city plan. Egyptian Archaeology 13, 17–18.
Kemp, B.J., 2000. A model of Tell el-Amarna. Antiquity 74, 15–16.
Kemp, B.J., 2000. Bricks and metaphor. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 10, 335–46. A comparative essay on the theme 'Were cities built as images?', which draws on Amarna.
Kemp, B.J., 2000. Soil (including mud-brick architecture). In P.T. Nicholson and I. Shaw, ed., Ancient Egyptian materials and technology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 78–103. Includes Amarna examples.
Kemp, B.J., 2012. The City of Akhenaten and Nefertiti: Amarna and its People. London: Thames and Hudson.
Kemp, B. and A. Stevens, 2010. Busy Lives at Amarna: Excavations in the Main City (Grid 12 and the House of Ranefer, N49.18). Volume I: The Excavations, Architecture and Environmental Remains. EES Excavation Memoir 90, London: Egypt Exploration Society and Amarna Trust. With contributions by P. Buckland, A. Clapham, R. Gerisch, A. Legge, E. Panagiotakopulu and C. Stevens.
Kemp, B.J. and S. Garfi, 1993. A survey of the ancient city of El-'Amarna. Occasional Publications 9. London: Egypt Exploration Society.
Mallinson, M., 1999. The sacred landscape. In R. E. Freed, Y. J. Markowitz and S. H. D'Auria, ed., Pharaohs of the sun: Akhenaten, Nefertiti, Tutankhamun. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 72–9.
Mallinson, M., 2009. Akhetaten – nothing comes from nowhere. In S. Ikram and A. Dodson, eds, Beyond the Horizon: Studies in Egyptian Art, Archaeology and History in Honour of Barry J. Kemp, vol. 1, Cairo: Supreme Council of Antiquities, 223–40.
Owen, G., 1993. Looking down on Amarna. AARGnews (The Newsletter of the Aerial Archaeology Research Group) 6, 33–7.
Owen, G., 2003. Aerial Photography; the use of wheelbarrows. AARGnews (The Newsletter of the Aerial Archaeology Research Group) 27, 28–31.
Spence, K., 1999. The North Palace at Amarna. Egyptian Archaeology 15, 14–16.
Spence, K., 2004. The three-dimensional form of the Amarna house. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 90, 123–52.
Spence, K., 2009. The ‘Hall of Foreign Tribute’ (S39.2) at El-Amarna. In S. Ikram and A. Dodson, eds, Beyond the Horizon: Studies in Egyptian Art, Archaeology and History in Honour of Barry J. Kemp, vol. 2, Cairo: Supreme Council of Antiquities, 498–505.
Spence, K. 2012. Amarna: Palaces, houses and outlying settlements. In F. Seyfried, ed., In the Light of Amarna. 100 Years of the Discovery of Amarna. Berlin: Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, 50–5.
Spence, K. 2015. Ancient Egyptian houses: architecture, conceptualization and interpretation, in M. Müller (ed.), Household Studies in Complex Societies. (Micro) Archaeological and Textual Approaches. Oriental Institute Seminars 10, 83–99.
Stevens, A., 2003. The material evidence for domestic religion at Amarna and preliminary remarks on its interpretation. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 89, 143–68.
Stevens, A. 2011. ‘The Amarna Stone Village survey and life on the urban periphery in New Kingdom Egypt’, Journal of Field Archaeology 36, 100-118.