Study day - Ancient Egypt in Artefacts: Unexpected Highlights from Manchester Museum
The next study day will be ‘Ancient Egypt in Artefacts: Unexpected Highlights from Manchester Museum’ and will take place on Saturday 11 February 2017 at The Manchester Museum.
The cost of the day is £30 (lunch is not included but tea/coffee is).
To register and pay for the event, please use our online store.
09:15 Registration: tea/coffee
09:45 Welcome and Introduction
10:00 A Predynastic hippopotamus bowl – Joyce Tyldesley
10.15 First Intermediate Period Dendera Fragments – Glenn Godenho
11.00 A fragment of the cult of Amenemhat III – Campbell Price
11.15 TEA/COFFEE BREAK
11.45 A Middle Kingdom oyster shell – Taneash Sidpura
12.30 A New Kingdom mummy mask – Campbell Price
12.45 LUNCH (please make own arrangements)
13.45 A Middle Kingdom burial assemblage from the Ramesseum – Roger Forshaw
14:30 New Kingdom Faience throw sticks from Serabit-el-Khadim – Nicky Nielsen
15.15 TEA/COFFEE BREAK
15.45 A New Kingdom faience bowl with ducks - Joyce Tyldesley
16.00 A 22nd Dynasty baboon statue of Iuwlot - Campbell Price
16.15 A Christian St Menas flask - Joyce Tyldesley
Download a PDF of the programme and handout.