Covid-19 continues to affect events planned by Egyptology societies across the UK. Where face-to-face lectures are planned, please check in advance to make sure these are still going ahead. Some societies have switched to Online lectures which are also listed here. Contact the societies directly for more details. A number of societies will not be holding lectures until January 2021 at the earliest: Full contact details can be found on the societies' page.
4th Friends of the Petrie Museum
Vanessa Davies: Racism, Ethnocentrism, and the Nile Valley. Online.
6th Essex Egyptology Group
Paul Nicholson: The Catacombs of Anubis, North Saqqara. Online.
10th Egypt Exploration Society
Kara Cooney: Evidence for Coffin Reuse in the Royal Cache and the Tomb of Amenhotep II (KV35). Online.
11th Friends of the Egypt Centre – Swansea
Carolyn Graves-Brown: All That Glitters Is Not Gold. Online.
12th Egyptology Scotland
Egyptology Scotland 20th Anniversary/Ian Mathieson Memorial Lecture. Online.
12th Southampton Ancient Egypt Society
Lee Young: Letters from the Desert – the story of Amice Calverley and Myrtle Broome. Online.
12th Egyptian Society Taunton
Robert Morkot: Kandake – The Royal Women of Meroё. Online.
12th Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society
Chris Naunton: Cleopatra –Tomb, Baths and Birth-house. Online.
14th The Kemet Club Bristol Lucia Gahlin: Festivities –Party Time in Ancient Egypt. Online.
14th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society
Leslie Easterman and James Parr: Did the Ancient Egyptians Drink Milk? and The Ramessesnakht Family. Online.
14th Wirral Ancient Egypt Society
Ashley Cook: President’s Lecture (Members Only). Online.
15th Egypt Society of Bristol
Ellie Dobson: The Tutankhamun Excavations and the Pharaoh’s Revenge. Online.
19th Leicester Ancient Egypt Society
George Hart: Egypt’s Golden Age – The Temples of Thebes. *Only if venue open*
9th AEMES Ancient Egypt & Middle East Society
Margaret Beaumont: In the Steps of Amelia Edwards and Hatshepsut – From Princess to Pharaoh to Oblivion. Double Lecture. *Only if venue open*
9th Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society
Stephanie Boonstra: Latest Research in the EES Archive. Online.
10th Essex Egyptology Group
Massimilano Nuzzolo: The Fifth Dynasty Sun Temples and the Solar Cult. Online.
11th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society
Iwona J. Kozieradzka-Ogunmakin: Rise and Collapse of the Kingdom of Meroë. Online.
12th Egypt Society of Bristol
Janice Kamrin: Lecture tbc.
12th Egypt Exploration Society
Anna Stevens: Amarna Cemeteries Project. Online.
16th Leicester Ancient Egypt Society
Glenn Godenho: Living on the Edge – Nebre in the Foreign Land of Libya. *Only if venue open*
16th Southampton Ancient Egypt Society
John Billman: Art of the Old Kingdom. Online.
20th Friends of the Egypt Centre – Swansea
Wolfram Gratjetzki: Jewellery in Old and Middle Kingdom Tombs in Egypt. Online.
4th Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society
Hana Navratilova: Ancient Visitors to the Pyramids. Online.
7th Essex Egyptology Group
Gretchen Dabbs: Toward a Broader Understanding of Life in Akhetaten. Online.
8th Manchester Ancient Egypt Society
Glenn Godenho: Patterns of People at the End of the Old Kingdom. Online.
13th Egyptian Society Taunton
Maiken Mosleth King: Living with the Dead in Ancient Egypt. Online.
17th Friends of the Egypt Centre – Swansea
Urška Furlan: Amulets and the Nile Delta – an Insight into Style, Production and Trade. Online.
20th Leicester Ancient Egypt Society
Nicholas Sanders: Alexander’s Tomb –The 2000 Year Quest *Only if venue open*.
20th Southampton Ancient Egypt Society
Paul Whelan: Lecture tbc. Online.
15th and 22nd November
ESSEX EGYPTOLOGY GROUP
THEBES REVISITED: NEW INSIGHTS FROM 21ST CENTURY RESEARCH INTO THE AREA OF LUXOR
Lecture series exploring life, landscape, history and monumental architecture of Thebes with Nigel and Helen Strudwick. Online
4th January - 8th February 2021
KEMET CLUB, BRISTOL
REPRESENTING PHARAOH: THE ART OF THE ROYAL IMAGE IN ANCIENT EGYPT
Course with Campbell Price exploring how and why Egyptian kings were depicted in two and three dimensional art. Online
19th - 21st February 2021
DILLINGTON HOUSE, SOMERSET
SUN-WORSHIP IN ANCIENT EGYPT
Residential dayschool exploring solar religion in ancient Egypt with Lucia Gahlin.
Dillington House, Ilminster, Somerset, TA19 9DT
EGYPTOLOGY Online, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
YELLOW AND BLUE SYMPOSIA
Free Online courses featuring many aspects of ancient Egyptian history through the study of the colours blue and yellow.
Showing to 20th December 2020
CIVICO MUSEO ARCHEOLOGICO DI MILANO
UNDER THE NUT’S SKY: DIVINE EGYPT
More than 150 works from Milan, Turin, and other Italian collections, offering entrance into Egypt’s divine world through the display of the funeral trappings that accompanied the deceased in the afterlife.
Corso Magenta 15, Milan
Showing to January 2021
BUFFALO MUSEUM OF SCIENCE
GOLDEN MUMMIES OF EGYPT
Manchester Museum’s touring exhibition examining life for the wealthy in multicultural Roman Egypt.
1020 Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo, New York 14211
Showing to 7th February 2021
NATIONAL MUSEUM, PRAGUE
KINGS OF THE SUN
International exhibition documenting Old Kingdom discoveries at Abusir, with objects from Cairo, Berlin, Leipzig, Hildesheim and more. Museum Complex of the National Museum, Václavské náměstí 68, Praha 1
Showing to 14th February 2021
MUSÉE GRANET AIX-EN-PROVENCE
PHARAOHS, OSIRIS AND THE MUMMY
Exhibition in association with the Louvre Museum, showcasing nearly 200 ancient Egyptian artefacts..
Place Saint Jean de Malte, 13100 Aix-en- Provence
21st November 2020
EGYPT EXPLORATION SOCIETY/FRIENDS OF THE PETRIE MUSEUM/ASTENE
ARTISTS AND ARCHAEOLOGISTS – A VICTORIAN FASCINATION WITH EGYPT
EES AGM and joint study day with Briony Llewellyn, Stephanie Moser, Robert Morkot and Rachel Mairs.
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