From Amulets to Golden Flies: Understanding Egyptian Jewellery
|Starts:||09:15 14 Feb 2015|
|Ends:||16:30 14 Feb 2015|
|What is it:||Course|
|Who is it for:||Adults, General public, University staff|
Sat 14 Feb, 9.15am-4.30pm.
For details of fees and to book this event, please visit the Egyptology Online website www.egyptologyonline.ls.manchester.ac.uk/events/
Presented by Egyptology Online in association with Manchester Museum and the KNH Centre at The University of Manchester.
9.15am: Registration: tea/coffee.
9.45am: Welcome and Introduction.
10am: 5000 Years of Wonderful Things: Egyptian Jewellery Past and Present with Joyce Tyldesley.
10.45am: Amuletic Jewellery: Healing and Protection with Roger Forshaw.
11.45am: Jewellery from Riqqeh Tomb 124: Forms and Functions with Campbell Price.
12.30pm: The Curious Case of Ahhotep: a Warrior Queen or a Fondness for Flies? With Taneash Sidpura.
1pm: Lunch (please make own arrangements).
2pm: Bead Materials, Shapes and Manufacturing Methods with Denys Stocks.
3.30pm: Going for Gold: The Riches, Power and Influence of the Meroitic Rulers with Glenn Godenho.
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