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Paul James Cowie (known alternatively as "Paul" or "James" - depends on whom you speak to!) was born in Manly, a suburb of [[Sydney]], [[Australia]] in 1968.
 
Paul James Cowie (known alternatively as "Paul" or "James" - depends on whom you speak to!) was born in Manly, a suburb of [[Sydney]], [[Australia]] in 1968.
  
He moved to [[London]] in January 1998, where he remains indefinitely, working and completing his studies, in addition to travelling extensively throughout the world.
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I moved to [[London]] in January 1998, where I remain indefinitely, working and completing my studies, in addition to travelling extensively throughout the world.
  
An archaeologist by training and profession, he is currently engaged in the heady task of completing his doctoral dissertation on the relationship between Egypt and Syria-Palestine in the Late Bronze Age. He has excavated extensively in Egypt, Jordan and Israel.
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An archaeologist by training and profession, I am currently engaged in the heady task of completing my doctoral dissertation on the relationship between Egypt and Syria-Palestine in the Late Bronze Age. I have excavated extensively in [[Egypt]], [[Jordan]] and [[Israel]] and had several forays into the [[Gaza Strip]].
  
He is the editor of a well-visited web portal dedicated to the [http://www.ancientneareast.net/ Ancient Near East and Egypt] - for those interested in the ancient history and culture of the Middle East and the Nile Valley, it can be found at: http://www.ancientneareast.net/ .
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I am the editor of a well-visited web portal dedicated to the [http://www.ancientneareast.net/ Ancient Near East and Egypt] - for those interested in the ancient history and culture of the Middle East and the Nile Valley, it can be found at: http://www.ancientneareast.net/ . The [http://www.ancientneareast.net/about.html Ancient Near East and Egypt] page on that domain has a bit more about me, including several more images and a link to my CV (incomplete) if anyone's interested.....
  
Countries he has visited (and sometimes worked in) in the last decade (not an exhaustive list!): Australia, Austria, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jordan, New Zealand, Turkey, United States.
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Countries he has visited (and sometimes worked in) in the last decade (not an exhaustive list!): [[Australia]] (of course), [[Austria]], [[Egypt]], [[France]], [[Germany]], [[Greece]], [[Israel]], [[Italy]], [[Jordan]], [[New Zealand]], [[Turkey]], [[United States]].
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Heading to southern [[Cyprus]] in late August 2004 for a week's beaching and visiting archaeological sites..... Any hints / tips / suggestions?

Revision as of 09:20, 6 August 2004

Paul James Cowie
Captured pre-dig, Albright Institute,
Jerusalem, July 2002

Paul James Cowie (known alternatively as "Paul" or "James" - depends on whom you speak to!) was born in Manly, a suburb of Sydney, Australia in 1968.

I moved to London in January 1998, where I remain indefinitely, working and completing my studies, in addition to travelling extensively throughout the world.

An archaeologist by training and profession, I am currently engaged in the heady task of completing my doctoral dissertation on the relationship between Egypt and Syria-Palestine in the Late Bronze Age. I have excavated extensively in Egypt, Jordan and Israel and had several forays into the Gaza Strip.

I am the editor of a well-visited web portal dedicated to the Ancient Near East and Egypt - for those interested in the ancient history and culture of the Middle East and the Nile Valley, it can be found at: http://www.ancientneareast.net/ . The Ancient Near East and Egypt page on that domain has a bit more about me, including several more images and a link to my CV (incomplete) if anyone's interested.....

Countries he has visited (and sometimes worked in) in the last decade (not an exhaustive list!): Australia (of course), Austria, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jordan, New Zealand, Turkey, United States.

Heading to southern Cyprus in late August 2004 for a week's beaching and visiting archaeological sites..... Any hints / tips / suggestions?

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