Mohamed Naguib Reda is the head of the pottery studies department at the Scientific Center for Archaeological Field Training and Continuing Research in Luxor, Egypt. He is also an inspector of antiquities for the Ministry of Antiquities. Mohamed earned his Bachelor’s degree in Egyptology at South Valley University in Sohag (2000), and also holds a Master’s degree in ceramic studies from Sohag University, where he specialized in Ptolemaic pottery. Mohamed has also trained at the British Museum and at the Ancient Egypt Research Association (AERA). He has worked as a ceramicists at numerous missions, including Giza, Saqqara, Karnak, Abydos and el-Qurna, and is a regular collaborator with Ancient Egypt Research Association (AERA) and American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE) projects.
- Naguib, M. (2016). A Ptolemaic Kitchen in front of the Temples of Karnak. CCE 10, 165-189.
- Marangou, A. & Naguib M. (2016). Recherches sur les importations grecques dans la vallée thébaine à l'époque ptolémaïque. CCE 10, 285- 307.
- David, R. et al. (2016). Theban ceramics in Ptolemaic context – Fabrics classification. CCE 10, 11-22.
- Shafey M., Naguib, M. &Abd el-Monaem, S. (2015). A study on the Ceramics from the Main Street East Area. Settlement and Cemetery at Giza: Reports from the 2010 AERA-ARCE Field School, 101-168.
- Boraik, M. & Naguib, M. (2013). Ceramic Material from the Area of the Ptolemaic Baths Excavations in front of Karnak Temples (Op.176). CahKarn 14, 79-191.
- Masson A., Naguib M. & Shafey M. (2012). Overview of the Ceramic Productions from Luxor Town Mound. BCE 23.
- Naguib, M. (in press). Four Oasis Vessels from Sphinx Avenue Excavations. CCE11.