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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?
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.
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.
1st Egypt Exploration Society.
LONDON STUDY DAY: Thebes in the Second Intermediate Period. Speakers: Marcel Marée, Wolfram Grajetzki, Gianluca Miniaci and Garry Shaw. Contact Society for details.
1st Plymouth & District Egyptology Society.
Delia Pemberton: The RAMM Mummy Shepenmut.
2nd Essex Egyptology Group.
Renée Friedman: New Discoveries at Hierakonpolis.
3rd The Blackburn Egyptology Society (THEBES).
The Winifred Shaw Annual Memorial Lecture. Campbell Price: Senenmut Rediscovered in Manchester.
5th Friends of the Egypt Centre – Swansea.
Katharina Zinn: What on Earth is Horus Doing There?.
5th University of Bristol.
Amelia Edwards Memorial Lecture. Jacobus van Dijk: The Two Tombs of Horemheb
6th Petrie Museum Event.
6.00-8.00pm. Petrie Film Club presents Lucifer Rising by Kenneth Anger. Ethan Doyle White talks on the film’s occult themes. Free. £5 donation requested. Book via: http://luciferrising.eventbrite.co.uk
8th Sutton Ancient Egypt Society.
Carol Andrews: Pets or Powers – Animals in Ancient Egypt.
8th Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society.
Linda Steynor: The Eloquent Peasant – An Allegory on the Banks of the Nile.
10th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society.
The Bob Partridge Memorial Lecture. Renée Friedman: Everything in its Place – New Views of the Elite Pre-Dynastic Cemetery at Hierakonpolis.
10th Wirral Ancient Egypt Society.
Glenn Godenho: Ramose and the Aten – A Unique Letter in the Garstang Museum, Liverpool.
11th Egypt Society of Bristol.
Chris Elliot: Regency Egyptomania in the South West.
12th Petrie Museum Event.
6.00-8.30pm. Art Macabre Life Drawing Drawing the Petrie collection’s most stunning objects. Tickets £10, available from: https://artmacabrepetrie.eventbrite.co.uk
12th West Midlands Egyptology Society.
6.30-7.30pm. Keele Siat: The Many Facets of Queen Tiye.
14th Friends of the Petrie Museum.
Ana Tavares: Living in a Cultic Landscape – the Khentkawes Settlement at Giza.
15th Egyptian Society, Taunton.
Aidan Dodson: Amarna Sunset/Sunrise.
15th Leicester Ancient Egyptian Society.
John Tait: Picturing the ‘Shipwrecked Sailor’ – Reflections on Egyptian Hieratic and Demotic Tales in Egyptian Art.
15th Southampton Ancient Egypt Society.
Luigi Prada: Reading the Future in Dreams, Geckos and Oil Stains – Ancient Egyptian Divination.
18th Bolton Archaeology and Egyptology Society.
John Johnson: Thutmosis III – The Road to Megiddo.
22nd Bloomsbury Summer School
DAY SCHOOL, LONDON: Mosaics to Mummy Portraits – the Arts, Architecture and People of Roman Sicily, Syria, Egypt and North Africa. See Major Events.
22nd Egyptology Scotland – Edinburgh Venue.
Marie Vandenbeusch: Ancient Lives – Mummies Rediscovered at the British Museum.
22nd North East Ancient Egypt Society.
ANNUAL STUDY DAY. Rocks and Quarries. Speakers: Judith Bunbury, Colin Reader, Ian Shaw and Elizabeth Bloat. Contact Society for details.
Wine and Wisdom Evening.
27th Carlisle & District Egyptology Society.
Shirley Addy: Rider Haggard in Egypt.
27th Horus Egyptology Society.
Victor Blunden: House of the Ka – Mastaba Tomb Decoration.
28th Poynton Egypt Group.
Campbell Price: Petrie at Hawara.
29th Egypt Exploration Society.
BIRMINGHAM STUDY DAY: Gods and Mortals – The Function of Religion in Ancient Egypt. Speakers: Susanne Bickel, Michela Luiselli, Tony Leahy, and Martin Bommas. Contact Society for details. www.ees.ac.uk/events/index/304.html
29th Sussex Egyptology Society – Brighton Venue.
Andrew Shortland: Radio Carbon and Chronologies of Ancient Egypt.
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.
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
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.
9th Oct. 2014 - 25th Jan. 2015.
PALAIS DES BEAUX-ARTS, LILLE.
SENUSRET III. PHARAON DE LEGENDE
Place de la République, 59000 Lille, France.
Monday 2.00-6.00pm. Wednesday - Sunday 10.00am - 6.00pm
For details, see: http://int.rendezvousenfrance.com/en/events/
Major Events AND COURSES
Weekly from 10th Oct. for 10 weeks
UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL
A BEAUTIFUL DEATH: TOMB SCENES AND FUNERARY GOODS OF ANCIENT EGYPT
Ten meetings 10.30am-12.30pm. Lecturer: Joanne Backhouse. Egyptian tombs stood at the crossroads between the living and the dead, providing a resting place for the deceased and a location for ritual practice. This module will examine how tomb scenes and funerary goods ensured eternal life, examining evidence from the Predynastic to the Graeco- Roman Period. Including field trips to the Manchester Museum and the Garstang Museum. Fees £84/£63/£42 depending on age and status. Advance enrolment essential. For details and an enrolment form see: www.liv.ac.uk/conted/
Tel: 0151 794 6900 Email: email@example.com
11th October 2014
EGYPT EXPLORATION SOCIETY
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
22nd Nov. 2014.
BLOOMSBURY SUMMER SCHOOL, LONDON
MOSAICS TO MUMMY PORTRAITS: THE ARTS, ARCHITECTURE AND PEOPLE OF ROMAN SICILY, SYRIA, EGYPT AND NORTH AFRICA
For further information see: www.egyptology-uk.com/bloomsbury
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
17th - 20th July, 2015
THE UNIVERSITY OF ESSEX ELEVENTH BIENNIAL ASTENE CONFERENCE
Preliminary call for papers which should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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