Event: ‘Daughters of Isis’ study day – Saturday February 16th 2013

Daughters of Isis: Women in Ancient Egypt

Saturday 16th February 2013

Stopford Building, Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PT.

A series of presentations examining the lives, roles, health and deaths of ancient Egyptian women. Presented by Egyptology Online in association with the KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology.






9.15 REGISTRATION: tea/coffee
9.45 Welcome and Introduction
10.00 Vanishing Queens: Three Mummy Mysteries
Dr Joyce Tyldesley
10.45 Medical Care for Women in Pharaonic Egypt
Roger Forshaw
11.15 BREAK
11.45 Women and Literacy
Dr Glenn Godenho
12.30 A Little of What you Fancy
Pauline Norris
1.00 LUNCH (please make own arrangements)
2.00 The 2013 Bob Partridge Memorial Lecture
Women’s Religious Roles during the Late Period: The lives and afterlives of Asru and Tasheriankh
Dr Campbell Price
3.00 BREAK
3.30 The Mystery of a Wooden Cane found in an OK Female Burial: an Accessory Staff or a Walking Aid?
Iwona Kozieradzka-Ogunmakin
4.00 What Skeletal Evidence can tell us about Women in Ancient Egypt
Emily Marlow
4.30 Conclusion

Further details and booking information here.

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