Reis Mohamed Ali Ahmed

Such a wonderful man. I shall miss him, and all the other workers when I go back to the UK. They make me not want to leave.

South Asasif Conservation Project Blog

Previous blog entries have mentioned one of our most skilled and experienced team members, Reis Mohamed Ali Ahmed.  We thought that our readership may be interested in finding out more about some of our senior team members and their history with us, so team member John Billman(*1) interviewed the Reis for this blog entry:

1John : How long have you been working with the South Asasif Conservation Project?

Reis : Since the very beginning of the project in 2006, and before that I worked with Dr Elena Pischikova in the tomb of Nespakashuty at Deir el-Bahri

John : That’s a long time, what is it that you like about the project?

Reis : The project has truly demonstrated success in this (the South Asasif) area, especially in the Tomb of Karakhamun (TT223) with the discovery of so many limestone fragments from the tomb and other artefacts.  Also we all work…

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About JoNeaIsisMarie

Coupled 21 year old +11 years Exp, Egyptology/Ancient History Graduate. I Am now studying a full time MA at the University of Birmingham in International Heritage Management. I also Cook and Bake
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