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‘From Mummies to Microchips: celebrating online Egyptology at Manchester’ – 23-24 July 2015

Online Diploma in EgyptologyTo mark the 10th Anniversary of the online Certificate in Egyptology, Egyptology Online @ Manchester is organising a two-day event at The University of Manchester on Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th July 2014. Speakers have all been associated with Egyptology Online, either as lecturers or examiners (or, in some cases, both). The two day event will end with a buffet reception. The event is open to anyone with an interest in Egyptology.

More information here

14:00 – 14:20 Registration (with tea and coffee)
14:20 – 15:00 Dr Joyce Tyldesley: Egyptology Online @ Manchester
15:00 – 15:40 Dr Glenn Godenho: Where Technology Meets Tradition: Digitising Hieroglyphic Inscriptions
15:40 – 16:00 Refreshments
16:00 – 17:00 Dr Campbell Price: Senenmut, Greatest of the Great
FRI 24th JULY
09:45-10:00 Registration
10:00 – 11.00 Prof. Rosalie David: Ancient Egyptian Women: biomedical perspectives on disease, diet, medical treatment and cosmetics
11.00 – 11.20 Refreshments
11:30 – 12:30 Dr Roland Enmarch: The Inscriptions from the Egyptian Alabaster Quarries of Hatnub
12:30 – 13.20 Buffet lunch
13:20 – 14:10 Dr Ashley Cooke: Title to be confirmed
14:10-15:00 Dr Steven Snape: May in Memphis
15.00 – 17.00 Poster session
17:00 – 17.30 Certificate/Diploma in Egyptology Awards Ceremony
17:30 – 19:00 Party
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Manchester Study Day 14/2/15 – ‘From Amulets to Golden Flies: Understanding Egyptian Jewellery’

The Riqqeh Pectoral. Acc. no. 5966

The Riqqeh Pectoral. Acc. no. 5966

‘From Amulets to Golden Flies: Understanding Egyptian Jewellery’

Saturday 14th February, 2015

Kanaris Lecture Theatre, Manchester Museum, Oxford Road

Presented by Egyptology Online in association with The Manchester Museum and the KNH Centre.

Programme

9.15 REGISTRATION: tea/coffee
9.45 Welcome and Introduction
10.00 5000 Years of Wonderful Things: Egyptian Jewellery Past and Present
Joyce Tyldesley
10.45 Amuletic Jewellery: Healing and Protection
Roger Forshaw
11.15 BREAK
11.45 Jewellery from Riqqeh Tomb 124: Forms and Functions
Campbell Price
12.30 The Curious Case of Ahhotep: a Warrior Queen or a Fondness for Flies?
Taneash Sidpura
1.00 LUNCH (please make own arrangements)
2.00 Bead Materials, Shapes and Manufacturing Methods
Denys Stocks
3.00 BREAK
3.30 Going for Gold: The Riches, Power and Influence of the Meroitic Rulers
Glenn Godenho
4.30 Conclusion

For details of fees, and to book this event, please visit the Egyptology Online website

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Study Day 08/02/2014: Sons of Osiris – Men in Ancient Egypt

Acc. no. 5839. New Kingdom stela from Riqqeh.

Acc. no. 5839. New Kingdom stela from Riqqeh.

‘Sons of Osiris: Men in Ancient Egypt’

Saturday 8th February 2014

Kanaris Lecture Theatre, The Manchester Museum, Oxford Road, Manchester

A series of presentations examining the lives, roles, health and deaths of ancient Egyptian men. Presented by Egyptology Online in association with The Manchester Museum and the KNH Centre.

All tickets cost £30. Tea and coffee are provided at the breaks; lunch is not provided.

The programme for the event is as follows:

9.15 Registration: tea/coffee
9.45 Welcome and Introduction
10.00 Fathers and Sons: Gods and & Men in Ancient Egypt – Joyce Tyldesley
10.45 ‘Accident and Emergency’: Men’s Health –Roger Forshaw
11.15 Break
11.45 Grumpy Old Men: What did Ancient Egyptian Men Moan About? – Glenn Godenho
12.30 Is it a Man? – Bob Loynes
13.00 Lunch (please make own arrangements)
14.00 His Father’s Son: Khaemwese at Memphis and Elsewhere – Steven Snape
15.00 Break
15.30 The Two Brothers: Facts and Fantasies –Campbell Price
16.30 Conclusion

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