The Manchester Ancient Egypt Society often holds special events in association with other Egyptological groups. Here are some of our previous highlights. Check back here for new events coming soon!
In May 2021, MAES in association with KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology held a special lecture with José-Ramón Pérez-Accino, Doctor in Ancient History from the Complutense University of Madrid, who will be shared some of his amazing research findings on the Royal Cache Wadi.
MAES IS NOW A PARTNER OF THE EES
Manchester Ancient Egypt Society has now partnered with the Egypt Exploration Society (EES). Click here to download a poster giving more information. If you join the EES after January 2020, or renew your existing membership, MAES will get back 10% of your EES subscription. Just select MAES from the list of partner societies on the EES membership page when you join or renew.
FOURTH BRITISH EGYPTOLOGY CONGRESS (BEC)
THE EGYPT EXPLORATION SOCIETY WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER AND MAES
In September 2018 MAES was involved in organising the recent BEC4 which was a great success with around 200 delegates attending and more than 80 papers presented.
BEC is a platform for researchers to present their ongoing projects and discoveries to a broad audience of peers and the interested public through brief 15-minute presentations and posters. The fourth congress was held at the University of Manchester.
The Congress was 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.
SECRETS OF THE STONES: CURRENT EPIGRAPHIC SURVEYS AND EXCAVATIONS AT THEBES AND ANTINOUPOLIS
In November 2018, we held a fantastic joint study day with KNH Centre at the University of Manchester
Raymond Johnson and Jay Heidel from Chicago House in Luxor presented three excellent lectures on the Epigraphic survey of Medinet Habu, Luxor Temple and in private Theban tombs, reassembling Amarna talatat blocks and current excavations at Antinoupolis.
This study day was made possible thanks to the kind bequest of former MAES member Thelma Nolan-Bradburn.
Watch this space for news of more international guest speakers coming to Manchester soon!