Jaromir Malek


Retired Editor of the Topographical Bibliography

Faculty / College Address:

Oriental Institute



Research Interests:

  • interaction of Egyptian texts and monuments

Current Projects:

  • publication of the results of the epigraphic survey of Memphis
  • a monograph on the history of Egypt

Recent Publications:

  • Egyptian Art. London: Phaidon 1999
  • Egypt. 4000 Years of Art. London: Phaidon 2003
  • The Cat in Ancient Egypt. 2nd ed. London: British Museum Press 2006
  • The Treasures of Tutankhamun. London: Andre Deutsch 2006
  • (with E. Fleming, A. Hobby and D. Magee), Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Reliefs and Paintings, vol. viii (Objects of Provenance not Known) Part 3 (Stelae: Early Dynastic Period to Dynasty XVII). Oxford: Griffith Institute 2007
  • The Treasures of Ancient Egypt. London: Andre Deutsch 2010
  • (with J. Moffett et al.) Tutankhamun: Anatomy of an Excavation. http://www.griffith.ox.ac.uk/tutankhamundiscovery.html
  • (jointly with J. D. Ray) The Graffiti from the Memphite Serapeum. Oxford: Perdita Press 2017.

A complete bibliography can be found at http://malfine.tripod.com/obelisk

Photograph of Jaromir Malek