The Sixth EES Congress will be hosted by the Egypt Centre and Swansea University. The Congress will culminate in this hybrid weekend.
Please see the full schedule and abstracts here: https://www.ees.ac.uk/programme
Sunday 2nd October, 09:00-13:30: Day Two
09:00–11:00 – Human-Divine Bodies
A Body in Balance? Historically Contextualising Ancient Egyptian Perspectives of Inner-bodily Sicknesses
A musicological reading of a ‘Spell to obtain a good singing voice’
The Role and Use of Divine Nursing Scenes in Decorative Programs: Analyzing the Contexts of the Divine Nursing Motif
Masculinities, Hierarchy, and Representations of the Blind Harper in Ancient Egypt
11:30–13:00 – First Millennium BCE
In the Realm of Osiris: Latest update on the Osiris-Ptah neb-ankh Research Project at Karnak
The organisation of faience production: from the state-control to independent workshops
A priestly family in Memphis in the reign of Darius I and before
13:00–13:30 – Closing remarks
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