Mummies, Science and Egyptology. A Study Day at Manchester University

Saturday 13th June 2009

Meeting the ancient Egyptians – how modern scientific investigations and archaeological research is helping to reveal more about the lives of the inhabitants of the Nile Valley.

Introducing:

Hesyre: the first dentist in history

Khnum-Nakht & Nakht-Ankh: two brothers?

Nesy-Amun: the Leeds mummy

Perenbast: an unusual burial

Nesperennub: a priest from Thebes

Asru: chantress of Amun

Presented by Natalie McCreesh and Roger Forshaw, KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology, The University of Manchester

Organised by Courses for the Public, The University of Manchester

Details at: http://www.manchester.ac.uk/coursespublic

Telephone at 0161 275 3275

Email at cce.reception@manchester.ac.uk

ALL WELCOME

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