Margaret Murray, who was born 150 years ago, was one of the first archaeologists to be employed at UCL and one of the most distinguished, although her role in the history of archaeology is often underestimated. This article provides a brief outline of the career and contribution of a highly productive and innovative, if sometimes controversial, scholar, who also participated in the wider social movements of her time, particularly the campaign for women’s suffrage.
How to Cite:
Whitehouse, R., 2013. Margaret Murray (1863–1963): Pioneer Egyptologist, Feminist and First Female Archaeology Lecturer. Archaeology International, 16, pp.120–127. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.1608