Ediciones Arqueologia y Patrimonio S.L, books and ebooks of Egyptology, archeology and cultural heritage.

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The Queen of the Desert Valley

Graphic Novels about Ancient Egypt

The Egyptian Collection of the National Museum of Fine Arts in Havana

Tierras de Momias

La Técnica de eternizar en Egipto y Canarias


Ediciones Arqueologia y Patrimonio S.L began as a publishing house focused on the publication of books of Egyptology, archeology and cultural heritage. Its publications, both scientific and popular, are the result of the investigation carried out by Egyptologists and historians, and makes also use of the cooperation with specialists from other scientific disciplines.


Milagros Álvarez Sosa


Born in la Palma (Canary Islands, Spain). Graduated in History from the University of La Laguna (Tenerife) and PhD in Ancient History, specializing in Egyptology. Her experience in the field as epigraphist began in 2004 in the Italian Archaeological Mission in Luxor.

She is currently researcher and collaborator of the Archaeological Museum - Canarian Institute of Bioanthropology of Tenerife and Director of the Canarian-Tuscan Archaeological Mission (Min Project) which, in cooperation with the Ministry of Antiquities of Egypt, excavates two tombs in the Valley of the Nobles in Luxor (Egypt).

Irene Morfini


Born in Lucca, Italy. Graduated in Egyptology at the University of Pisa (Italy) and at Leiden University (The Netherlands). At the same University, she obtained her PhD with a research focused on the documents of the Deir el-Medina village, Luxor.

She has a solid experience in operating at field level, including excavations and coordination of human resources, achieved in Egypt by working in different projects (Saqqara and Luxor). A number of experiences in Italy complete her professional background in the field.

She covers the position of Deputy Head of the Min project, an archaeological mission in cooperation with the Minister of Antiquities of Egypt, based in Luxor at two tombs in the Nobles Valley. Since 2019 she is in Cairo as Project curator of the project funded by the European Union Transforming the Egyptian Museum.