hazem helmy shared mohamed
I was born in Cairo on 25 December 1991. I graduated from university in Egypt studying Egyptology and Archeology. I was born and raised in Cairo and now live in Luxor. I have worked on several Egyptian archeology missions over the past 10 years, gaining experience with missions from other countries.
Ain Shams University, June 2015
Degree in Egyptology and Archeology
Archeology Work Experience
Spanish Mission, January and February 2014-2015-2016. Worked on the ‘Djehuty Project’ under the direction of Dr. José Galán, in Dra Abu el-Naga, West Bank, Luxor. I worked on pottery restoration and organized all pottery materials.
Project Manager and Director’s Assistant, TT 110 Epigraphy and Research Field School (ERFS), Dr. JJ Shirley, Director. 2015 and 2016.
Hypostyle Hall Project, May and June 2013; October 2014 to Jan 2015. Worked at Karnak Temple in Luxor with the University of Memphis, under the direction of Dr. Peter Brand. I worked collecting epigraphic data from the columns.
EES, University of Durham Project at Sa el-Hagar, in Sep 2015, under the direction of Dr. Penelope Wilson, as responsible for the reconstruction, drawing and study of pottery.
Berlin University Mission at Deir el-Bahari MM 315, October 2015. I managed the workmen and assist the Director Dr. Antonio Morales.
Egyptian Exploration Society: Theban Harbours and Waterscapes Survey (THAWS), March 2014. Worked on the West Bank in Luxor under the direction of Dr. Angus Graham as a surveyor.
Project of Restoration of KV38, March 2014. Helped Dr. Salima Ikram with project.
Russian Mission, April and May 2010 and 2013, in Metrahena. I oversaw the payments for all the workmen and I worked on pottery restoration. I budgeted for the tools and materials on site and organized pottery materials.