4. Further resources
* El Daly, Okasha, Egyptology: The Missing Millennium. Ancient Egypt in Medieval Arabic Writings. London: UCL Press, 2005. Harcover, 230 pages, illustrated edition.
* El-Daly, Okasha: article on www.MuslimHeritage.com:
"Deciphering Egyptian Hieroglyphs in Muslim Heritage"
The article surveys some results of Dr. Okasha El Daly’s exciting discoveries about the precedence of Muslim scholars of the golden age of Islamic culture in deciphering the hieroglyphs of Ancient Egypt. This ground breaking achievement was attributed until recently exclusively to Europeans scholars, and especially to Champollion.
* El-Daly, Okasha:
another article on www.MuslimHeritage.com:
"Arabic Study of Ancient Egypt"
In this article, Dr Okasha El-Daly presents a glimpse into the richness of Arabic sources and the breadth and depth of Muslim scholars’ interest in Ancient Egypt contrary to the widely held perceptions about Muslim lack of interest in the subject.
* El-Daly, Okasha, and Starkey, Janet, editors, Desert Travellers from Herodotus to T E Lawrence. Published by The Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East, 2000, Paperback, 233 pp.
* FSTC, Okasha El-Daly Lectures at Leeds on Muslim Heritage in Our World
The Leeds University Islamic Awareness Week organised by students invited Dr. Okasha El Daly
to deliver the opening lecture on Monday 16th February 2009. Dr El-Daly, the Director of Projects of FSTC, lectured on "Muslim Heritage in Our World". He covered the sources of Islamic sciences and the interest Muslim scholars had in the ancient civilisations.
*Reviewer, FSTC, Sydney, Australia