The North East Ancient Egypt Society are pleased to announce as part of our new Student Involvement Project (SIP) a mini conference focusing on research from undergraduates and postgraduates from around the world.
Cost is FREE This Lecture is LIVE There is NO need to register
Saturday 9th April 2022 ~ 1:50 – 5:00pm (UK TIME)
We have a great line up of student speakers covering a variety of topics in Egyptology from pottery to funerary practices.
The day will allow Students of Egyptology the opportunity to present their research to the communities outside Universities.
All are welcome to hear the next generation of Egyptologists.
1:50 – 2:00 – Introduction
2:00 – 2:30
The Widow’s Lament: Female Mourners in Ancient Egyptian Funerary Culture
2:30 – 3:00
Yassmin Atef Ahmed Fathy
The Interrogative “wr” from Middle Egyptian to Coptic
3:00 – 3:30
Home is where the heart is: Child burials in the houses of Ancient Egypt, c. 1980 BCE – c.1760 BCE
3:30 – 3:40 – Short Break
3:40 – 4:10
Ana Belen Rumi
Foreigners to pharaohs: Greek archaeological evidence in Egyptian settlements leading to the Ptolemaic dynasty rulership
4:10 – 4:40
Ahmad Adel Sayed Mohammad
Pottery in Egypt: An Ethnoarchaeological Study
4:40 – Closing remarks
Zoom to open at 1:30 Lectures to start at 1:50pm – 5:00pm (UK TIME)
ZOOM MEETING INFORMATION FOR 9-4-22
Meeting ID: 986 7225 5564
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