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Ahmad Mohammed (BSc, MA) is an Ethnoarchaeology researcher who has a special interest in cultural heritage, with a special interest in material culture. Before his doctoral studies, Ahmad completed a BSc in Tourism Guidance studies (Egyptology Studies) at Fayoum University, Egypt. Then he has been appointed as a university staff (Teaching Assistant) in the tourist guidance department, Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Fayoum University. Ahmad completed his MA in Egyptology also at Fayoum University. His MA thesis is on ‘Structures scenes in the New Kingdom's private tombs at western Thebes’. Then he has been promoted to the associate lecturer position at the same university.
Furthermore, he obtained a diploma in African Anthropology at Cairo University, Egypt. Alongside his academic work, Ahmad also worked at Sais Archaeological Mission in Egypt as a field archaeologist. Moreover, he is a project manager of the Nazlah Heritage Project in Egypt.