You might also try searching for some of the places she worked and items she discovered in a good Bible Dictionary or Encyclopedia. LINK
You may also find information in articles on Sir Leonard Woolley, as she worked with him. Questions that you should answer in your paper include:
- Where did she take her training for archaeology?
- What was her specialty in archaeology?
- What role did
photography play in her archaeology?
- Where did she excavate?
- What famous people did she excavate with?
- What discoveries was
she involved in?
- What was the Biblical impact of her research?
- Adams, Amanda.
“Archaeology's Dig Detective: Agatha Christie 1890-1976.”
pages 137-160 in Ladies of the Field: Early Women
Archaeologists and Their Search for Adventure. Vancouver,
Can. Douglas & McIntyre, 2010. Look
- Allsop, Laura. “Agatha Christie’s Secret Life as an Archaeologist.” CNN: World’s Treasures, March 12, 2011, n.p. LINK.
- Bunson, Matthew. The
Complete Christie: An Agatha Christie Encyclopedia.
New York, N.Y.: Simon and Schuster, 2000. Look
- Christie, Agatha. An
Autobiography. Reprint edition. New York: William
Morrow Paperbacks, 2012. Look
- Dever, Norma. “They
Also Dug! Archaeologist’s Wives and Their Stories.” Near
Eastern Archaeology 67, no. 3 (2004): 162–73. ProQuest
- Hobbs, J.D. “Agatha’s Life.” No pages. LINK (popular account and not academic).
- Jongh, Nicholas de. “Agatha Christie Remains Unsolved.” The Guardian 13 January 1976. LINK
- Lubelski, Amy.
“Museums: In the Field with Agatha Christie.” Archaeology
Archive 55, no. 2 (2002): 1. LINK
- McLerran, Dan. “Saving Ancient Nineveh.” In Popular Archaeology, vol. 3 June 2011
- Mallowan, Agatha
Christie, Come, Tell Me How You Live: An Archaeological
Memoir. New York, N.Y.: Bantam Books, 1985. Look
- Martin, Colin. “Mystery at the Museum.” The Lancet 359, no. 9306 (Feb 16, 2002): 634. ProQuest
- Morgan, Janet. Agatha Christie: A Biography. New York, N.Y.: Harper Collins, 1986.
- Pepper, Tara. “Digging for Mysteries; Agatha Christie's Life as an Amateur Archeologist.” Newsweek 60 Dec 17, 2001. no pages ProQuest.
- Roaf, Michael. “Desert Digs of a Crime Queen: Agatha Christie and Archaeology - The Life of Max Mallowan - Nimrud.” At the Heart of the Higher Education Debate, March 8, 2002. LINK.
- Trumpler, Charlotte. Agatha Christie and Archaeology. Reprint edition. London: British Museum Press, 2001. ISBN: 978-0714111483. The British Museum Exhibit
- Horry Ruth A., “Conserving
Birmingham Museum’s Nimrud Ivories.” Nimrud
Materialities of Assyrian Knowledge Production, The
Nimrud Project at Oracc.org, 2014. LINK
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