The most important statuary discoveries on the sites of Portus Magnus of Alexandria, Thonis-Heracleion and Canopus were studied by Professor Jean Yoyotte (Honorary professor at the Collège de France) (SCA 208, 279, 280, 453, 454, 455, 541, 542), Prof. John Baines (University of Oxford) (SCA 281), Prof. Robert RR Smith (University of Oxford) (SCA 842), Prof. Françoise Dunand (University of Strasbourg) (SCA 449) , Prof. Zolt Kiss (Polish Centre for Mediterranean Archaeology) (SCA 87, 167, 165, 166, 168, 169, 171, 202, 204, 205, 206, 207, 282, 283, 450, 451, 452, 455, 460, 461, 532, 607.) These studies were published in F Goddio et al., Alexandria. The Submerged Royal Quarters, London, 1998, and in F. Goddio, D. Fabre (eds.), Egypt’s Sunken Treasures. Catalogue of the exhibition. Munich, 2008. A selection of statues from sites in the Bay of Aboukir was studied by Ashraf Abd el-Raouf Ragheb Mohamed, The Submerged Egyptian Monuments in Abu Qir Bay, Archaeological Study of the monuments of Late Period and early Ptolemaic, PhD Thesis in Egyptology, Faculty of Arts, Helwan University, 2006. Furthermore, all the statuary of Thonis-Heracleion and Canopus was the object of a doctoral thesis in 2010 at the University of Oxford: E.S. Libonati, Egyptian Statuary from the Abuqir Bay: Ptolemaic and Roman finds from Herakleion and Canopus, DPhil. Thesis, University of Oxford, 2010. Recent statuary discovered during excavations at the Portus Magnus of Alexandria will soon be published in F Goddio, D. Fabre (eds.), Alexandria. The topography of the Portus Magnus, Underwater archaeology in the Eastern Harbour of Alexandria in Egypt, OCMA Monograph, Oxford, forthcoming.