TVAES

 

TVAES

 

 

Thames Valley ancient Egypt Society (TVAES) was founded in 1994 to meet the increasing local demands of a growing interest in Ancient Egypt. The aims of the Society are to promote the study and public dissemination of the culture, religion, art, language, life and death in ancient Egypt.

Members and non-members are warmly welcomed to our talks, study days and classes, which cover all aspects of ancient Egypt.

Our next events are below or click here to download the TVAES 2015-2016 programme:-

 

 

  Saturday 27 February 2016 2.00 pm Oakwood Centre Public Lecture:Ancient Egyptian Stories Brought to Life
By Helen Stewart

Abstract & Biography

 
  Saturday 12 March 2016 2.00 pm Coronation Hall Public Lecture:Foreign connections: Egypt and the outside world before the New Kingdom
By Dr Garry Shaw

Abstract & Biography

Dr Garry Shaw TVAES
  Saturday 9 April 2016 2.00 pm Oakwood Centre Public Lecture:Ancient Egypt in the Pitt Rivers Museum
By Beth Asbury

Abstract & Biography

Beth Ashbury TVAES
  Saturday 7 May 2016 2.00 pm Oakwood Centre Public Lecture: Local worlds in Middle Egypt: Fresh fieldwork at Zawyet Sultan
by Richard Bussmann

Abstract & Biography

Richard Bussmann TVAES
  Saturday 4 June 2016 2.00 pm Oakwood Centre Public Lecture:The Iconography and Ideology of Nefertiti and the Amarna Royal Women
By Lucia Gahlin

Abstract & Biography

Luchia Gahlin at TVAES
  Saturday July 16th 2016, Oakwood Centre DAY SCHOOL
Puzzles at Amarna - Discarding the idea of Amarna religion; stunted lives; Nefertiti's fate
. by Professor Barry Kemp

Programme and booking form
Professor Barry Kemp
 

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