Home

About Us

Contact Us

Subscriptions

Order Back Numbers

Articles from Previous Issues

Society Contacts

Events Diary

Links to other Egypt sites

Contacts

( )
Events Diary

 

Shortcut to this page: events.aegyptmag.tk (for your bookmarked favourites list)

                                                                                                                                                                                                     

( )

AUGUST 2014

1st-3rd Higham Hall, Cumbria.

RESIDENTIAL COURSE: Great Discoveries in Egyptology. Tutor: Victor Blunden. Contact Hall for details: www.highamhall.com e-mail: admin@highamhall.com Tel: 017687 76276

9th Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt – Nottingham Venue.

Aidan Dodson: Royal Burials of Tanis.

11th Wirral Ancient Egypt Society.

Dorothy Downes: Seth – A Necessary Evil?

 30th Egypt Exploration Society.

London Seminar: Amarna for the Day – The Archaeology and Archives of Amarna. For details see: http://www.ees.ac.uk/events/index/297.html

 30th SussexEgyptology Society – Brighton Venue.

Campbell Price: New Light Under Old Wrappings – re-investigating the Manchester Mummies.

 ( )

 

SEPTEMBER 2014

1st Thebes.

Sarah Griffiths: Mentuhotep II: Warrior King

3rd Wirral Ancient Egypt Society.

Pauline Norris: Keeping the Horse in Front of the Chariot – Horse Handling and Chariot Driving in Ancient Egypt.

3rd Staffordshire Egyptology Society.

Charlotte Booth: Practical Workshop in Egyptian Medicine.

4th-6th John Rylands Library, Manchester.

From Egypt to Manchester – Unravelling the John Rylands Papyrus Collection. Booking Essential, see: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-egypt-to-manchester-unravelling-thejohn-rylands-papyrus-collection-tickets-11880501901

5th Egypt Exploration Society.

Archive Afternoons. Siobhan Shinn: The Lion Kings – Egypt’s Early Pharaohs.

6th Ancient World Tours, The Oratory, London SW7.

2014 Ancient World Conference. See Major Events.

7th Essex Egyptology Group.

Dylan Bickerstaffe: The Kings Valley in the Amarna Period.

8th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society.

Dylan Bickerstaffe: Empires in Parallel? Rome and Greece.

12th RAMASES.

AGM.

13th Ancient Egypt & Middle East Society.

Promotional Afternoon. Presented by Debbie Miller and Margaret Beaumont.

13th Egyptian Society, Taunton.

AGM, followed by Emily Millward: Funeral Practices.

13th Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society.

The Philip Wickens Memorial Lecture. Vivian Davies: Egypt in Kus – the Discoveries of F.W. Green.

13th Sutton Ancient Egypt Society.

AGM, followed by Reg Welsh: Was a Mistake Made at Abu Simbel?

16th Bolton Archaeological and Egyptology Society.

Lecture TBA.

18th-20th University College London.

International Conference: Company Of Images – Modelling The Ancient Egyptian Imaginary World of the Middle Bronze Age. See Major Events.

19th Friends of the Petrie Museum.

The Petrie Memorial Lecture. Josef Wegner: The Discovery of the Pharaoh Senebkay and a Royal Necropolis of the Second Intermediate Period at Abydos. Booking Essential.

20th Sussex Egyptology Society – Worthing Venue.

Lee Young: Women Archaeological Artists During the ‘Glory Years’ of Egyptian Archaeology.

26th Carlisle & District Egyptology Society.

Peter Robinson: Waset, Thebes, al-Uqusor; the Landscape of Luxor.

29th Northampton Ancient Egyptian Historical Society.

Yvonne Harpur: Revisiting a Rare Monument in the Saqqara Necropolis – The Tomb of the Manicurists of the Palace, Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep.

29th Northampton Ancient Egyptian Historical Society.

Yvonne Harpur: Revisiting a Rare Monument in the Saqqara Necropolis – The Tomb of the Manicurists of the Palace, Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep.

 

OCTOBER 2014

1st Staffordshire Egyptology Society.

Jacky Finch: The Functionality of Artificial Toes.

3rd-5th Knuston Hall, Northants.

Residential Course: Egyptological Museum Collections of the World.

Tutor: Victor Blunden. Contact Knuston Hall for details: www.knustonhall.org.uk e-mail: enquiries @ knustonhall.org.uk tel: 01933 312104

4th Ancient Egypt & Middle East Society.

Presidents Day. Paul Nicholson: Working in Memphis – Faience Production at Roman Kom Helu & another lecture TBA.

5th Essex Egyptology Group.

Rebecca Bradshaw: Sites of Heritage or Resistance?

6th Thebes.

John Wyatt: Birds of Ancient Egypt.

11th Egypt Exploration Society.

Study Day. Dynasties in Decline – The Second Intermediate Period in Ancient Egypt. See Major Events.

11th Egyptian Society, Taunton.

Maximillano Pianello: Write On, Literacy In Ancient Egypt

11th Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt - Chesterfield Venue.

Ted Brock: Restoration of Royal Sarcophagi.

13th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society.

Steven Snape: The Sacred City in Ancient Egypt.

13th Wirral Ancient Egypt Society.

Dylan Bickerstaffe: Death in Ancient Egypt.

14th Egypt Society of Bristol.

Salima Ikram: Reconstructing an Ancient Egyptian Chariot.

18th North East Ancient Egypt Society.

Lucia Gahlin: The Mythologising of Akhenaten.

18th Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society.

Salima Ikram: Exploring North Kharga Oasis.

21st Egypt Exploration Society.

Tine Bagh: Amarna in Copenhagen.

23rd Carlisle & District Egyptology Society.

Lecture TBA.

25th RAMASES.

Study Day for the South Asasif Conservation Trust. Speakers: Elena Pischikova and John Billman. Contact Society for details.

25th Sussex Egyptology Society – Horsham Venue.

Penny Wilson: Hedgehog Boats and Healing Ointments – Religious Practice in the Delta.

 

EXHIBITIONS

 

Showing until 30th November 2014

BRITISH MUSEUM, LONDON

ANCIENT LIVES, NEW DISCOVERIES

This exhibition will bring you closer to eight individuals from ancient Egypt and Sudan whose bodies have been preserved, either naturally or by embalming. Using the latest technology, the exhibition will unlock hidden secrets to build up a picture of their lives in the Nile Valley over a remarkable 4,000 years – from the Pre-dynastic Period to the Christian era.  www.britishmuseum.org/ancientlives

 

 24th July – 2nd November 2014

THE ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM, OXFORD

DISCOVERING TUTANKHAMUN

The Ashmolean summer exhibition. The story of one of the most significant archaeological discoveries of the 20th Century: the excavation of the tomb of Tutankhamun, told through objects from ancient Egypt’s Amarna Period with material from the archives of Oxford’s Griffith Institute, celebrating its 75th year.

 

Major Events AND COURSES

 

6th September 2014

ANCIENT WORLD TOURS 2014 ANCIENT WORLD CONFERENCE

St Wilfred’s Hall, The Oratory, Brompton Road, London SW7 2R

Speakers will include Salah el- Masekh, Chief Inspector of Archaeology at Karnak, and Pierre Tallet, co-Director of the Wadi el-Jarf excavations on the Red Sea.

For details, see: www.ancient.co.uk

 

18th - 20th September 2014

INSTITUTE OF ARCHEOLOGY, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

COMPANY OF IMAGES: MODELLING THE ANCIENT EGYPTIAN IMAGINARY WORLD OF THE MIDDLE BRONZE AGE

Sponsored by the Friends of the Petrie Museum, this conference is an opportunity to explore how the ancient Egyptians populated their imaginary universe, combining different images, materials and objects – wands, figurines, amulets, scarabs, a “Company of Images”. For details see:

www.companyofimages.com/

 

11th October 2014

EGYPT EXPLORATION SOCIETY

STUDY DAY

DYNASTIES IN DECLINE: THE SECOND INTERMEDIATE PERIOD IN ANCIENT EGYPT

Speakers include Kim Ryholt, Josef Wegner, Irene Forstner-Müller and Vivian Davies. For details see: http://www.ees.ac.uk/events/index/301.html

 

 ( )

Return to Home 

 

e- mail to: info@ancientegyptmagazine.com

with questions or comments about Ancient Egypt Magazine.

or for sales, subscriptions, back numbers and advertising