Current British Archaeology in Egypt The Egypt Exploration Society remains the leading UK organisation carrying out archaeological fieldwork and research in Egypt today, and thanks to the contributions made by members and donors we have been able to support a number of projects in the field this year. The Current British Archaeology in Egypt conference showcases these projects, providing an opportunity to meet field directors and their teams, and to hear the latest news from these sites. Over the course of the day attendees will hear from project leaders, while others will be represented by a series of posters on display around the venue. As always, there is provision of time for networking with others working in Egypt and those that have supported this work. 2018 Schedule (tba) 2017 Schedule 09:30 Doors open10:00 Welcoming remarks, Cédric Gobeil 10:15 Martin Bommas: The Qubbet el-Hawa Research Project 11:15 Refreshments 11:45 Diane Johnson: The massive fossil funerary collection of Qau el-Kebir - Seth's bones rediscovered? 12:45 Lunch (please make your own arrangements) 14:00 Benjamin Pennington: The landscape evolution of the Holocene Nile Delta – links with the emergence of the Egyptian State 15:00 Refreshments 15:30 Hannah Pethen: Accessing the inaccessible: Detailed ‘off-site’ archaeological survey using satellite imagery and GIS at the Hatnub travertine quarries, Egypt. 16:30 Closing remarks, Cédric Gobeil 16:45 Extraordinary General Meeting, and Board update regarding consultation process17:30 Reception19:00 Close Booking for this event has now closed.