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Acknowledgements

Dr. Sarah Ketchley would like to acknowledge with gratitude the support offered by the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilization, Professor Naomi Sokoloff, Professor Selim Kuru and administrator-extraordinaire Patrick Gibbs. Also thanks to the Digital Scholarship librarians at University of Washington Libraries, especially to Verletta Kern who has long been an advocate for offering institutionally-supported digital tools and platforms for classroom and research use. Thanks also to Seth Cayley, VP Product, Global Academic at Gale for support and encouragement as this project developed, and for providing information about the history of The Times Digital Archive.

The Tut Talks team would like to express our sincere gratitude to the transcribers who volunteered to clean up the OCR text for over 140 articles from The Times of London Digital Archive. They participated from diverse locations, including the UK, Australia, Italy, and the US (Seattle, Philadelphia and Lummi Island):

Hannah Burrows
Toni Hoffman
Cindy Lim
Forrest Martin
Dal Neitzel
Emily Neumeier
Anh Nguyen
Lucida Olson
Tom Phillips
Jim Ross
Federico Rocchi
Christina Sheets
Penny Stone


1923, Thebes. Standing outside tomb KV 6, of Ramesses IX, are (left to right) Arthur Callender, Arthur Mace, Harry Burton, Howard Carter, Alan Gardiner and Alfred Lucas. Photograph TAA.ii.6.59 (photographer not known) © Griffith Institute, University of Oxford.

1923, Thebes. Standing outside tomb KV 6, of Ramesses IX, are (left to right) Arthur Callender, Arthur Mace, Harry Burton, Howard Carter, Alan Gardiner and Alfred Lucas. Photograph TAA.ii.6.59 (photographer not known) © Griffith Institute, University of Oxford.