Dr. Urška Furlan obtained her MA in Art History at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia and her PhD in Egyptology at Swansea University, UK with a thesis on Amulets in the Nile Delta during the first millennium BCE. In the UK, she has worked with the Egypt Exploration Society in London and Egypt Centre in Swansea. In Slovenia, she has been collaborating with the Slovene Ethnographic Museum for almost a decade, studying the collection, preparing exhibitions, and working on numerous documentation projects. She also participated in archaeological fieldwork projects in Egypt, Slovenia, and Kuwait. Her research interests include small finds and material culture of daily life, craft production and technology, as well as the transmission of Egyptian cultural values and symbolism within other cultures.