Saturday 7th April 2018
“Life in the Royal Workmen’s Town of Deir el-Medina”
with Cedric Gobeil
MANCHESTER ANCIENT EGYPT SOCIETY and the EGYPT EXPLORATION SOCIETY present…..
Two lectures by EES Director Cédric Gobeil about his excavations at Deir el-Medina and his research on the mummy of the Deir el-Medina tattooed lady.
Kanaris Theatre, Manchester Museum
The University Of Manchester, Oxford Rd, Manchester, M13 9PL
Doors open 10:30am
11:00 Lecture 1: Deir el-Medina 2.0. A reassessment of the site’s archaeology and history to the light of our most recent discoveries.
12:00 Lunch (please make your own arrangements – there is a cafe at the museum and several nearby or you can bring your own lunch)
13:00 Lecture 2: Embodying the divine. A female tattooed mummy from Deir el-Medina.
Tickets £20. Please click here for a booking form
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7-9th September 2018
THE EGYPT EXPLORATION SOCIETY WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
FOURTH BRITISH EGYPTOLOGY CONGRESS (BEC)
A platform for researchers to present their ongoing projects and discoveries to a broad audience of peers and the interested public through brief 20-minute presentations and posters, to be held at the University of Manchester.
The Congress is being co-organised by the University of Manchester KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology, Manchester Museum, Ancient Egypt Magazine, and Manchester Ancient Egypt Society in partnership with the Egypt Exploration Society.
A call for papers will be announced in December 2017 via the EES website and tickets can be reserved from June 2018.