Join Jennifer Turner as she reports on her research which was supported by an EES Patrons' Award in 2019. Read more
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Wonderful Things 2020: The Material Culture of the Egypt Centre
Constructing the “Egypt in Reading” exhibition at the Ure Museum. Join Dr Amara Thornton as she presents the latest exhibition in Reading and its links to the excavations of John Garstang.
Join Gemma Renshaw for an introduction to Hay and his life and a short exploration of his work.
Join Dr Joanna Kyffin as she explores magic and medicine in pharaonic Egypt.
Egyptian Art in Film and Television. Join John J Johnston as he investigates the ways in which Egyptian art has been incorporated into film and television.
Join Jennifer Turner as she reports on her research which was supported by an EES Patrons' Award in 2019.
Join Aidan Dodson as he explores the relationship between these two enigmatic characters from New Kingdom Egypt.