MAES organises an annual lecture programme for members and non-members alike. Usually held on the second Monday of each month, most lectures are given by well-known Egyptologists from the UK and occasionally from overseas.
In addition to the visiting speakers, we also encourage our members to talk to the Society about their own research or interests in ancient Egypt. Many of our members have gone on to become established lecturers in their own right and regularly give talks to other Egyptology societies in the UK and abroad.
Here’s our programme for the 2018-2019 season which includes two study days in November and March!
|10 Sep 18||Robert Morkot||Gebel Barkal, the Holy Mountain of Napata|
|8 Oct||Lee Young||The Lure of the East: Artists and Epigraphers in Egypt|
|5 Nov *||Alan Hayward||How Macclesfield got its Ancient Egypt Collection|
|17 Nov||Joint Study Day with KNH Centre at the University of Manchester||Secrets of the Stones: Current Epigraphic Surveys and Excavations at Thebes and Antinoupolis with Raymond Johnson and Jay Heidel|
|10 Dec||Keith White||“Beautiful, Fair And Lovely Akhetaten”…. The Rhetoric And The Reality|
|14 Jan 19||Colin Reader||Bob Partridge Egyptology Lecture: Secrets in the Sand|
|11 Feb||Hilary Wilson||Gifts of the Nile: Water Plants in Egyptian Culture|
|11 Mar||Nicky Nielsen||Pharaoh Seti I: Father of Egyptian Greatness|
|Sat 30 Mar*||2017 MAES Study Day at the Longfield Suite , Prestwich||Location, Location Location: Houses And Homes In Ancient Egypt with Geoffrey Killen, Peter Phillips, Joyce Tyldesley & Regina Di Giovanni.|
|8 Apr||Mark Collier||Big Changes: how the Ancient Egyptian Language developed from the Pyramid age through to Coptic Christianity.|
|13 May||Rosalie David||The Life And Times Of Takabuti: A New Investigation Of The Belfast Mummy|
|10 Jun||Anna Garnett||The Petrie Museum: Past, Present and Future & AGM|
* Our November meeting is one week earlier than usual; our March study day is a week later than usual.
You can download a PDF of the 2018-2019 MAES Lecture Programme here
Doors open at 7pm with lectures beginning at 7.45pm. All meetings are held at the Manchester Conference Centre / Pendulum Hotel unless otherwise stated.
Please be aware that due to circumstances out of our control, we sometimes have to change our lecture programme. Please contact us for the latest information.