3rd Plymouth and District Egyptology Society.
Chris Elliott: Egypt in England.
Carol Andrews: What the Visitor Never Sees – From Tanis to Abu Simbel.
4th Essex Egyptology Group.
Carl Graves: Understanding Egypt – Landscape, Layers, and Meaning in the Nile Valley.
5th Northampton Ancient Egyptian Historical Society.
John J. Johnson: Sir Alan Gardiner – From Philately to ‘Pharaohs’.
5th THEBES. The Blackburn Egyptology Society.
7th Staffordshire Egyptology Society.
Glenn Godenho: Amarna Letters and letters from Amarna.
10th Egyptology Scotland – Glasgow Venue.
Marcel Maessen: A Home Away From Home – Luxor Dig Houses.
10th North East Ancient Egypt Society – Durham Venue.
Gemma Tully: Re-imagining Egypt – Artists, Communities and Collaborative Egyptology Displays.
10th Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt – Chesterfield Venue.
Andrew Shortland: Radiocarbon and the Chronologies of Ancient Egypt.
12th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society.
Lee Young: The Griffith Institute Series – Annie Pirie and Rosalind Paget.
12th Wirral Ancient Egypt Society.
Nicky Nielsen: Eating and Drinking at the 19th Dynasty Fortress of Zawiyet Umm el Rakham.
13th Egypt Society of Bristol.
Steven Cross: An Ancient Flash Flood and Stratigraphy in the Valley of the Kings.
14th The ANKH Egyptology Society – Herne Bay Venue.
Frances Williams: The Ramesseum.
14th West Midlands Egyptology Society.
16-18th Knuston Hall, Northants.
Residential Course: Predynastic and Archaic Egypt. Tutor: Victor Blunden. Contact Knuston Hall for details: www.knustonhall.org.uk e-mail: email@example.com Tel: 01933 312104.
17th Leicester Ancient Egyptian Society.
Stephen Quirk: Collecting types – Flinders Petrie, Archaeologist and Antiquities’ and Antiquities’ Purchaser.
17th Southampton Ancient Egypt Society.
Reg Clark: Tomb Security from the Predynastic to the Pyramid Age.
17th Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society.
Sarah Doherty: Gebel Silsila – On the Trail of Egypt’s Temple Builders.
17th The Egyptian Society – Taunton.
AGM followed by Bernadette Bradley: An Introduction to Egyptian Astronomy.
21st Friends of the Egypt Centre – Swansea.
AGM followed by Zuzanna Bennett: Ancient Egyptian Demons. Lecture and interactive workshop.
22nd Carlisle & District Egyptology Society.
Jacky Finch: BeautifulThings – Understanding Ancient Egyptian Jewellery.
24th Somerset & Dorset Family History Society.
Aidan Dodson: Travellers (and Researchers) in an Antique Land. 2.00-4.30pm. Phone 01935 389611 for details.
24th Sussex Egyptology Society – Worthing Venue.
Dylan Bickerstaffe: Great Expeditions – To Gods’ Land and Punt.
26th Manchester University – Free Online Course.
A History of Egypt in Six Objects. For details, visit: http://www.egyptologyonline.ls.manchester.ac.uk/tastercourses/
1st Essex Egyptology Group.
Kathryn Piquette: Invisible Egypt – Made Visible Using RTI (Reflectance Transformation Imaging).
2nd THEBES. The Blackburn Egyptology Society.
The Winifred Shaw Memorial Lecture. Campbell Price: How Typical was Tutankhamun’s Tomb?
4th Staffordshire Egyptology Society.
Jacky Finch: Beautiful Things – Understanding Ancient Egyptian Jewellery.
7th Egyptology Scotland – Edinburgh Venue.
Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones: The Persians in Egypt.
7th Plymouth & District Egyptology Society.
Speaker: Robert Morkot. Lecture TBA.
7th Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt – Chesterfield Local Group.
Claire Ollett: Howard Carter and Tutankhamun.
7th Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society.
Brigitte Balanda: From King to Ancestor – Transition to Napatan Royal Afterlife.
7th Wessex Ancient Egypt Society.
Helen Stewart: Ancient Egyptian Stories Brought to Life.
9th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society.
9th Wirral Ancient Egypt Society.
Roger Forshaw: The Role of the Priesthood in Ancient Egyptian Society.
10th Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.
STUDY DAY. Garry Shaw: Mummies and Tombs – Ancient Egyptian Afterlife Beliefs. 10.30am - 4.00pm Cost £50/£45
Info: firstname.lastname@example.org To book: www.oxfordplayhouse.com/ticketsoxford or tel: 01865 b305305.
11th Friends of the Petrie Museum.
Ilona Regulski: Middle Kingdom Ritual Reflected in Writing. The Case Study from Asyut P. 10480-82.
11th West Midlands Egyptology Society.
James Bennett: Tell Timai 2013-2015 – The Emergence of a New Graeco-Roman Temple Enclosure.
14th Sutton Ancient Egypt Society.
Renée Friedman: Recent Discoveries at Hierakonpolis.
14th The Egyptian Society – Taunton.
Luigi Prada: Obelisks in the Eternal City; From Egypt to Italy, from Thutmosis to Hadrian.
17th Bolton Archaeology & Egyptology Society.
Eileen Goulding: Egypt’s 4 Queens.
17th Egypt Society of Bristol.
Linda Steynor: An Allegory on the Banks of the Nile? Behind the Words of an Ancient Egyptian Literary Classic.
21st Ancient Egypt & Middle East Society.
Chris Elliott. Two lectures: Egypt in England and Wisdom from the East.
21st Egypt Exploration Society.
London Weekend Course: A Graeco-Roman Hieroglyphic Texts Crash Course. Cost: £285 - £114. Contact Society for details.
21st Leicester Ancient Egyptian Society.
Massimiliano Pinarello: Literacy in Ancient Egypt and in Egyptology.
21st North East Ancient Egypt Society – Newcastle Venue.
AGM and STUDY DAY (In collaboration with the Joseph Cowan Centre for Lifelong Learning CIC, Newcastle): Dazzling Sundisk – Life and Death of Amenhotep III. Contact Society for details.
21st Southampton Ancient Egypt Society.
Marsia Bealby: Game Theory and the Study of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections.
Wine and Wisdom Evening.
23rd Friends of the Petrie Museum.
Book Auction in the Petrie Museum; viewing from 17.30, auction starts 18.00. Register by emailing: email@example.com
25th Friends of the Egypt Centre – Swansea.
Paul T. Nicholson: Going to the Dogs – New Work at the Catacombs of Anubis, North Saqqara.
26th Horus Egyptology Society.
Lucia Gahlin: Birth and Rebirth –Death as a Rite of Passage in Ancient Egypt.
27th Poynton Egypt Group.
Victor Blunden. The Reign of Rameses III.
28th Sussex Egyptology Society – Horsham Venue.
Anna Garnett: Sacred Space in the New Kingdom Eastern Desert.
2nd Friends of the Petrie Museum.
Anna Garnett: A Tale of Two Landscapes – Sacred Space and Religious Expression in the New Kingdom Eastern Desert.
2nd Staffordshire Egyptology Society.
Campbell Price: CT Scanning Animal Mummies.
5th Egyptology Scotland – Glasgow Venue.
Ian Mathieson Memorial Lecture. Paul Nicholson: The Dog Catacombs at Saqqara.
5th Plymouth & District Egyptology Society.
Peter Brooks: How Did Bronze Age Egyptians Carve Masterpieces from Hard Stone?
5th Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt – Nottingham Venue.
George Hart: Alexander the Great and the Conquest of Egypt.
5th Wessex Ancient Egypt Society.
The Christine el Madhy Memorial Lecture. Lee Young: Howard Carter.
6th Essex Egyptology Group.
Rosalind Park: Reflections on the Dendera Zodiac – addressing the what, when and why.
7th Northampton Ancient Egyptian Historical Society.
Paolo Scremin: Bring the Past to Life – Photographing the Tombs of Ancient Egypt.
7th THEBES. The Blackburn Egyptology Society.
Nicky Nielsen: Precisely What is Meant by Commissariat – Food and Craft Production at Zawiyet Umm el-Rakham.
9th West Midlands Egyptology Society.
Alice Williams: Artefacts of Excavation Project.
12th Friends of the Petrie Museum.
STUDY DAY Tutankhamun’s Knickers and Other Knotty Textile Questions. In association with the Textile Research Centre Leiden and the Gurob Textile Project. Visit: www.ucl.ac.uk/FriendsofPetrie/pdfs/PMF-Textile-study-day-12122015.pdf
12th Southampton Ancient Egypt Society.
David Goldsmith: The Beauty of the Egyptian Harp – Forgotten Melodies.
12th The Egyptian Society – Taunton.
Speaker Robert Morkot. Lecture TBA.
12th Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society.
David Winpenny: Pyramids in Britain and Ireland.
13th Bloomsbury Study Day.
Tutankhamun and Amarna Royal Mummies DNA; a 2000 Year Old Computer; and The Oldest Known Cave Art. See Major Events.
14th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society.
Roger Forshaw: The Saite Revival – Resurgence of Egypt’s Power.
14th Wirral Ancient Egypt Society.
AGM and Talk on Current Work by Bursary Student (members only event).
15th Egypt Society of Bristol.
Aidan Dodson: The World of the Persian Pharaohs.
16th Friends of the Egypt Centre – Swansea.
Richard Johnston: Visualising the Votive – Revealing Mummified Animals Using X-rays.
19th Leicester Ancient Egyptian Society.
Martin Bommas: Walking with the Shipwrecked Sailor – a Microhistorical approach to Middle Kingdom Literature.
Showing until 18th June 2016.
MUSEUM OF WIGAN LIFE
ANCIENT EGYPT REDISCOVERED
Library St., Wigan. For information Tel: 01942 828 128
Email: wiganmuseum @wigan.gov.uk
Showing until 25th January 2016
PETRIE MUSEUM, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON
CHARACTERS AND COLLECTIONS
Showing until 31st January 2016
THE ARAB WORLD INSTITUTE, PARIS
OSIRIS, SUNKEN MYSTERIES OF EGYPT
2,500 artifacts from the sunken city of Herakleion. Info: www.imarabe.org
8th October 2015 - 17th April 2016
THE MANCHESTER MUSEUM, MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY
GIFTS FOR THE GODS: ANIMAL MUMMIES REVEALED
12th October 2015 - 24th January 2016
METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART, NEW YORK
ANCIENT EGYPT TRANSFORMED: THE MIDDLE KINGDOM
15th October 2015 - 30th April 2016
CINQUANTENAIRE MUSEUM, BRUSSELS
SARCOPHAGI: UNDER THE STARS OF NUT
15th November 2015 - 15th February 2016
CINQUANTENAIRE MUSEUM, BRUSSELS
DJEHUTYHOTEP: 100 YEARS OF EXCAVATION IN EGYPT
Major Events AND COURSES
18th October 2015
BLOOMSBURY STUDY DAY
THE GREAT OASIS: HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY OF EGYPT’S KHARGA AND DAKHIA OASES
UCL, Gower St, London. Details from: bloomsbury @ egyptology-uk.com
Tickets £40, Book via: www.egyptology-uk.com/bloomsbury/study_days.htm
13th December 2015
BLOOMSBURY STUDY DAY
TUTANKHAMUN AND AMARNA ROYAL MUMMIES DNA; A 2000 YEAR OLD COMPUTER; AND THE OLDEST KNOWN CAVE ART
UCL, Gower St., London. Details from: bloomsbury @ egyptology-uk.com
Fee: £40. Book via: www.egyptology-uk.com/bloomsbury/study_days.htm
13th February 2016
THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
MEETING THE GODS: INTERACTIONS BETWEEN MORTALS AND THE DIVINE
Egyptology Online@Manchester in association with the KNH Centre. At the Kanaris Lecture Theatre, the Manchester Museum. Speakers to include: Joyce Tyldesley, Roger Forshaw and Campbell Price.
11th - 13th July 2016
ST. MICHAEL’S COLLEGE, CARDIFF
BODILY FLUIDS IN GREEK AND ROMAN ANTIQUITY
To include a paper by Rosalind Janssen on Menstruation in Ancient Egypt. Info:
LeonardVA1 @ cardiff.ac.uk
TotelinLM @ cardiff.ac.uk
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