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***SPECIAL NOTICE***

Covid-19 continues to affect events planned by Egyptology societies across the UK. Where face-to-face lectures are planned, please check in advance to make sure these are still going ahead. Some societies have switched to Online lectures which are also listed here. Contact the societies directly for more details. Full contact details can be found on the societies' page.

 

NOVEMBER 2021

2nd Egypt Exploration Society

Julia Thorne: Tiny Egypt – Ancient Egypt through a Macro Lens.

7th Essex Egyptology Group

Peter Lacovara: Jewel of the Nile – Ancient Egyptian Treasures from the Collection of the Worcester Art Museum.

8th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society

Hana Navratilova: Egyptian Riddles on the Walls.

11th Wirral Ancient Egypt Society

Joanna Kyfiin: Magic in Ancient Egypt – Spells, Healing and Curses?

13th Egyptian Society Taunton

Toby Wilkinson: A World Beneath the Sands – Adventurers and Archaeologists in the Golden Age of Egyptology.

16th Egypt Society of Bristol

Stuart Tyson Smith: The Intersection of Local and International in Nubian Material Culture and Practice at Kushite Tombos.

17th Friends of the Egypt Centre, Swansea

Stephanie Boonstra: The City of the Sharp- Nosed Fish – the Work of the EES Graeco- Roman.

20th AEMES Ancient Egypt & Middle East Society

Margaret Beaumont: Hatshepsut – From Princess to Pharaoh; Power to Proscription and In the Steps of Amelia Edwards. Double Lecture. VENUE

20th North East Ancient Egypt Society

Study Day: Nofret – How to be Beautiful in Ancient Egypt.

20th Southampton Ancient Egypt Society

Nicky van der Beek: From Saqqara to Leiden – the Journey of the Tomb Chapel of Hetepherakhty.

25th Carlisle and District Egyptology Society

Nicky Nielsen: Egyptomaniacs– How we became obsessed with Ancient Egypt.

25th Horus Egyptology Society

Roger Forshaw: Medicine in Ancient Egypt.

25th Southampton Ancient Egypt Society

John Wyatt: Herodotus on Egyptian Animals – Fact or Fiction?

 

DECEMBER 2021

 4th SSAE The Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt, Main

Katharina Zinn: Women in Ancient Egypt. Nottingham Venue.

5th Essex Egyptology Group

Anna Hodgkinson: Ancient Egyptian Glass.

8th Friends of the Egypt Centre, Swansea

Ken Griffin: From Surviving to Thriving – the Egypt Centre during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

11th Egypt Society Taunton

Robert Morkot: Lecture tbc.

13th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society

Rob Coles and Glynis Greaves: Highlights of the Munich and Rochdale Museum Collections.

18th Southampton Ancient Egypt Society

Heidi Köpp-Junk: Music in Ancient Egypt – Latest Research in Music Archaeology.

20th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society

Aidan Dodson: The First Pharaohs.

21st Egypt Society of Bristol

Hourig Sourouzian: Two Decades at Kom El-Hettan – Revealing the Memorial Temple of Amenhotep III.

25th Southampton Ancient Egypt Society

John Wyatt: Herodotus on Egyptian Animals – Fact or Fiction?

 

JANUARY 2022

8th Plymouth and District Egyptology Society

Pam Scott: All That Glisters – Ancient Egyptian Jewellery and AGM. VENUE

10th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society

Michael Tunnicliffe: Late Roman Egypt – From Marcus Aurelius to the Empire Divided.

19th Friends of the Egypt Centre – Swansea

Jayne Holly: Lecture tbc.

21st Friends of the Petrie Museum

Christiana Köhler: On the Origins of Ancient Egyptian Civilisation.

27th Carlisle and District Egyptology Society

Sarah Griffiths: Ptolemaic Girl Power – Arsinoë II, Berenice II and Cleopatra VII.

 

FEBRUARY 2022

 5th Plymouth and District Egyptology Society

Robert Morkot: Gem-Aten – The Sun Disc is Found. VENUE.

6th Essex Egyptology Group

Daniel Soliman: Literacy at Deir el Medina.

12th Hapy Egyptology Society

Ian Trumble: The History of Ancient Egypt in 10 Objects from Bolton Egypt.

12th The Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt, Main

Dylan Bickerstaff: Lost and Found – Heroic Queens at the Dawn of the New Kingdom.

12th Egyptian Society Taunton

Garry Shaw: Egyptian Mythology – A Traveller’s Guide from Aswan to Alexandria.

14th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society

James Parr: The Ramessesnakht Family and its Contribution to the Fall of the New Kingdom.

 

 

UNIVERSITY ONLINE

 

UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER EGYPTOLOGY ONLINE

CERTIFICATE, DIPLOMA & M.Sc. EGYPTOLOGY

Part-time online accredited courses exploring the history of ancient Egypt.

bit.ly/CertifEgypt  bit.ly/DipEgypt

bit.ly/EgyptologyOnlineMasters

 

UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER, FACULTY OF BIOLOGY, MEDICINE AND HEALTH

M.Sc. BIOMEDICAL EGYPTOLOGY

Three-year part-time online course exploring disease and managing illness in ancient Egypt, using the latest biomedical techniques.

bit.ly/MscBiomed

 

UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, SCHOOL OF HISTORY, CLASSICS AND ARCHAEOLOGY

M.Sc. IN ANCIENT WORLDS (ARCHAEOLOGY AND CLASSICS)

Part-time online course (two to four years) covering a broad range of ancient history topics including Ancient Egyptian history.

bit.ly/EdinMsc

 

EXHIBITIONS

 

Showing to 30th January 2022

CIVICO MUSEO ARCHEOLOGICO, MILAN

UNDER THE SKY OF NUT: DIVINE EGYPT

An exhibition of 150 objects all dedicated to the divine world and spirituality along the Nile in pharaonic times.

Civico Museo Archeologico, corso Magenta 15 - Milan 20123, Italy

www.museoarcheologicomilano.it

 

Showing to 27 February 2022

REISS-ENGELHORN-MUSEUMS, MANNHEIM

TUTANKHAMUN: HIS TOMB AND HIS TREASURES

A touring exhibition featuring a full-scale replica of Tutankhamun’s burial chamber and tomb treasures.

Museum of World Cultures D5, 68159 Mannheim

www.rem-mannheim.de

 

20th November 2021 - 6th March 2022

HOUSTON MUSEUM OF NATURAL SCIENCE

RAMSES THE GREAT AND THE GOLD OF THE PHARAOHS

First stop in a 10-city global tour featuring 181 Egyptian artefacts, a multimedia re-creation of the Battle of Kadesh Ramses and VR tours of Abu Simbel and Nefertari’s Tomb.

5555 Hermann Park Dr., Houston,Texas 77030, USA

www.hmns.org

 

18th June 2022 - 29th January 2023

WORCESTER ART MUSEUM

JEWELS OF THE NILE

Over 300 objects and pieces of jewellery from the Worcester Art Museum collection on display for the first time in a century.

Worcester Art Museum, 55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609, USA

www.worcesterart.org

 

 

COURSES

 

4th November - 2nd December 2021

EGYPT EXPLORATION SOCIETY

“THE WORST JOB IN ANCIENT EGYPT?”– A REAPPRAISAL OF THE SATIRE OF THE TRADES

Day school courses with Sarah Doherty.

www.ees.ac.uk

 

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