1st The Blackburn Egyptology Society (THEBES).
Michael Eastwood: The Twelfth Dynasty – One of the Longest Continuous Royal Lines Ever to Rule Egypt.
1st Northampton Ancient Egyptian Historical Society.
Ray Aspden: Egypt and the Sea Peoples.
3rd Friends of the Egypt Centre – Swansea.
Kasia Szpakowska: Armed and dangerous – an iconography of protective Middle and New Kingdom demons.
6th Egyptology Scotland – Glasgow Venue.
AGM followed by Campbell Price: From Saqqara (and elsewhere) with Love – Animal Mummies as Souvenirs, Specimens and Symbols of Ancient Egypt.
6th Plymouth & District Egyptology Society.
Ian Russell Lowell: The Wild West – Amurru, Amarna and the Advent of the Hittite Empire.
6th Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt – Nottingham Venue.
6th Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society.
Massimiliano Pinarello: Literacy and Ancient Egyptian Society – The Platypus Model.
7th Essex Egyptology Group.
Jennifer Palmer: Herihor and the High Priest of Amun.
8th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society.
Jacqui Hyman: Buried Textile Treasures – Discoveries from Mediaeval Egypt
8th Wirral Ancient Egypt Society.
AGM, followed by Bursary Student.
9th Egypt Society of Bristol.
Leire Olabarria: Sounds Familiar – Kinship and Social Relations in the First Intermediate Period.
10th Friends of the Petrie Museum.
Book Auction: Doors open at 5.30pm, Auction starts at 6.00pm.
10th West Midlands Egyptology Society.
6.30-7.30pm. John Wyatt: Birds in Ancient Egypt.
12th Friends of the Petrie Museum.
Kasia Szpakowska: The Ancient Egyptian Demonology Project – 2K.
13th Egyptian Society, Taunton.
Robert Morkot: Lecture TBA, followed by Christmas Party.
13th Friends of the Petrie Museum.
STUDY DAY. Secrets Revealed – Artists and Epigraphers in Egypt. See Major Events for details.
13th Southampton Ancient Egypt Society.
Beth Asbury: Ancient Egypt at the Pitt Rivers Museum.
16th Bolton Archaeology and Egyptology Society.
Helen Stewart: A Dramatic Performance of Ancient Egyptian Storytelling followed by Christmas party.
20th Leicester Ancient Egyptian Society.
Michael Dee: Dating the Rise and Fall of the First Egyptian State.
5th THEBES. The Blackburn Egyptology Society.
Colin Reader: Meidum.
10th Sutton Ancient Egypt Society – London.
Frances Welsh: Sixty New Kingdom Nobles’ Tombs at Thebes.
10th Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society.
Andrew Shortland: Radiocarbon and the Chronologies of Ancient Egypt.
12th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society.
Members Evening: Short Presentations.
12th Wirral Ancient Egypt Society.
Charlotte Booth: Horemheb – The Forgotten Pharaoh.
17th Ancient Egypt and Middle East Society.
DAY SCHOOL with Dylan Bickerstaffe.
Two lectures: Empires in Parallel? Egypt and Rome and Death in the Nile – The Birth of Egypt’s Last God.
17th Leicester Ancient Egyptian Society.
Zahed Taj-Eddin: Egyptian Faience – Anthropological Study of Bead Production in Iran.
17th Southampton Ancient Egypt Society.
Leira Olabarria: “I am One Who Listens to his Family” – Kith and Kin in Ancient Egypt.
17th Sussex Egyptology Society – Worthing Venue.
Cordula Werschkun: Living in the Shadow of the Pyramids. Settlement Activity on the Giza Plateau During the Old Kingdom.
20th Egypt Society of Bristol.
Lee Young: Annie Pirie and Rosalind Paget – Artists of the Glory Years of British Egyptology.
22nd Carlisle & District Egyptology Society.
Glen Godenho: Contested Lands – Conflict and Diplomacy in the Late Bronze Age.
23rd Poynton Egypt Group.
Lidija McKnight: Animal Mummies.
24th Egyptology Scotland – Glasgow Venue.
Gabrielle Heffernan: Egypt in Glasgow – Discovering the Egyptian Collections in and around Glasgow.
Charlotte Booth: What the Art of the Hyksos can Teach us About Their Role in Society.
28th Friends of the Egypt Centre – Swansea.
Aris Legowski: Just a Catchy Title – On the History of Reception of the Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead.
29th Horus Egyptology Society.
Colin Reader: The Western Desert.
30th Friends of the Petrie Museum.
Alexandra Winkel: Ancient Egyptian Mortars and Plasters – Recent Analysis of Egypt’s Archaeological Wall Paintings and Architecture.
1st Essex Egyptology Group.
Sarah Doherty: Gebel el-Silsila.
2nd Northampton Ancient Egypt Historical Society.
Rosalind Janssen: Textiles at Amarna – dressing down in Akhenaten’s Egypt and dressing up in the 1920’s.
2nd THEBES. The Blackburn Egyptology Society.
Stephanie Atherton-Woolham and Lidija McKnight: The Ancient Egyptian Animal Bio-Bank.
7th Plymouth & District Egyptology Society.
Lee Young: The Lure of the East – Artists and Epigraphers in Egypt.
7th Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society.
Kathryn Piquette: Invisible Egypt made Visible with RTI (Reflectance Transformation Imaging).
7th Wessex Ancient Egypt Society.
Charlotte Booth: Horemheb – The Forgotten Pharaoh.
9th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society.
Garry Shaw: The Daily Lives of the Pharaohs.
9th Wirral Ancient Egypt Society.
Campbell Price: New Light Under Old Wrappings – CT Scanning the Manchester Mummies.
14th Dillington House, Somerset.
RESIDENTIAL DAY SCHOOL: From General to Pharaoh – Horemheb, Tutankhamun’s Chosen Heir. Tutor: Lucia Gahlin. Contact: www.dillington.co.uk Tel: 01460 258 648.
14th University of Manchester.
STUDY DAY: From Amulets to Golden Flies – Understanding Egyptian Jewellery. Presented by Egyptology Online in association with the Manchester Museum and the KNH Centre. See Major Events.
14th Egyptian Society, Taunton.
Carl Evans: Egyptian Landscapes.
17th Bolton Archaeology and Egyptology Society.
Carolyn Routledge: Mystery Egyptology Lecture.
17th Egypt Society of Bristol.
Peter Robinson: How to Read a New Kingdom Royal Tomb.
20th Friends of the Petrie Museum.
Andrew Bednarski: Rescuing History - The American Research Center in Egypt’s Efforts to Record Sheikh Abd el-Qurna.
21st Egyptology Scotland – Edinburgh Venue.
Jose-Ramon Perez-Accino: Seeing the Future, Watching the Past – Prophecies in Ancient Egypt.
21st Southampton Ancient Egypt Society.
John Billman: Hidden Abydos – What the Tourists don’t see in the Realm of Osiris.
25th Friends of the Egypt Centre – Swansea.
John J. Johnson: Mummies, Asps and far Too Much Eye Make-up – Ancient Egypt in the Cinema.
27th Poynton Egypt Group.
Joanne Backhouse: Figured Ostraca from Deir el-Medina – Doodles, Debris or Dedications.
28th Carlisle & District Egyptology Society.
Campbell Price: New Light Under Old Wrappings – CT Scanning of the Manchester Mummies.
28th Sussex Egyptology Society – Horsham Venue.
Leire Olabarria: Ancient Egyptian Kinship in Theory and Practice.
9th Oct. 2014 - 25th Jan. 2015.
PALAIS DES BEAUX-ARTS, LILLE.
SENUSRET III. PHARAON DE LEGENDE
Place de la République, 59000 Lille, France. Tickets: 10 euros (adult), with concessions. Special ‘2 for 1’ deal for travellers by Eurostar. Open Mon. 14.00-18.00; Wed.-Sun. 10.00-18.00, except Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. For details see:
Showing until 22nd February 2015.
THE QUEEN’S GALLERY, BUCKINGHAM PALACE.
CAIRO TO CONSTANTINOPLE: EARLY PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE MIDDLE EAST
Tickets: £9.75 (adult), with concessions, including additional Gold exhibition. Open daily 10.00-17.30, except Christmas Day and Boxing Day. For details and tickets:
www.royalcollection.org.uk Tel: 020 7766 7301
24th December 2014 - 9th March 2015
NEW LOUVRE-LENS MUSEUM, LENS, FRANCE
ANIMALS AND PHARAOHS: The Animal Kingdom in Ancient Egypt
24th January - 26th April 2015
SHREWSBURY MUSEUM & ART GALLERY
This exhibition will invite visitors to re-examine their perceptions of ancient Egypt. Open 10.00-16.30 (closed Mondays). Tickets £4, (£2 child), with concessions.
Major Events AND COURSES
13th Dec. 2014
FRIENDS OF THE PETRIE MUSEUM STUDY DAY
SECRETS REVEALED: ARTISTS AND EPIGRAPHERS IN EGYPT.
At the Institute of Archaeology, University College London. The invasion of Napoleon in 1798 sparked Western fascination with all things Egyptian and within a decade scholars were recording the surviving monuments before they disappeared. From their work came the earliest understandings of Egypt. This is the story of some of those unsung heroes who left us a wealth of material which has proved so invaluable to current researchers.
Speakers: Andrew Bednarski, Trica Usick and Lee Young.
For details: www.ucl.ac.uk/FriendsofPetrie Tel: 020 7679 2369
14th February, 2015
THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER.
FROM AMULETS TO GOLDEN FLIES: UNDERSTANDING EGYPTIAN JEWELLERY
Egyptology Online@Manchester in association with the KNH Centre.
Speakers: Roger Forshaw, Glenn Godenho, Campbell Price, Denys Stocks, Taneash Sidpura and Joyce Tyldesley.
Thursday 17 Feb
Egypt Study Day
10.30-4pm Education Centre Lower Ground Floor
Living in Ancient Egypt
A Crash Course in Egyptian Social Life with Dr Garry Shaw, Egyptologist and Author.
Egyptologist Garry Shaw will introduce participants to everyday life in Ancient Egypt. You will explore family life, education, work, religion, crime and punishment and international relations.
£45/£40 concessions (refreshments provided please bring your own lunch)
To Book: www.oxfordplayhouse.com/ticketsoxford In person at the Oxford Playhouse Box Office By telephone on 01865 305305. For additional information contact Jude Barrett email@example.com
6th - 8th March 2015
DILLINGTON HOUSE, SOMERSET.
EGYPT’S FEMALE PHARAOHS.
Tutor: Lucia Gahlin. Contact: www.dillington.co.uk Tel: 01460 258 648.
17th - 20th July, 2015
THE UNIVERSITY OF ESSEX ELEVENTH BIENNIAL ASTENE CONFERENCE
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