Join our four experts as they introduce key sources, characters, and events in the orientalisation of Egypt during the Victorian Period. Read more
Our biannual Congress has moved online for 2020! Take a look at our full programme and get signed up for FREE attendance. Read more
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Some of the events listed below are not run with or by EES but may be of interest to those that support our work. Please note that we do not hold any responsibility for the content of organiser webpages linked from this website and all bookings must be made through their own systems. See individual listings for further details.
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An introduction to the history of Ancient Egypt through artefacts and archives with Dr Campbell Price (Manchester Museum) in our first ever online course.
Our biannual Congress has moved online for 2020! Take a look at our full programme and get signed up for FREE attendance.
Test your knowledge of Egyptian heritage by joining us in this just-for-fun quiz night. Time: 18:00-19:30 (UK)
Examine the technological development of the ancient Egyptian state with Dr Sarah Doherty in our second online course.
Join our four experts as they introduce key sources, characters, and events in the orientalisation of Egypt during the Victorian Period.