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 2014-2015 programme:-

 

 

  Saturday
8 November 2014
2.00 pm

Oakwood Centre Public Lecture: The Eloquent Peasant :  An Allegory on the Banks of the Nile?
By Dr Linda Steynor

Abstract and biography

Dr Glenn Godenho  / TVAES
  Saturday 6 December 2014
2.00 pm

Oakwood Centre Public Lecture: Literacy and Ancient Egyptian Society: the Platypus Model
By Massimiliano Pinarello

Abstract and biography

Massimiliano Pinarello TVAES
  Saturday
10 January 2015
2.00 pm

Oakwood Centre Public Lecture: Radiocarbon and the Chronologies of Ancient Egypt
By Dr Andrew Shortland

Abstract and biography

Dr Andrew Shortland
  Saturday
7 Feb 2015
2.00 pm
Oakwood Centre Public Lecture: Invisible Egypt made Visible with RTI (Reflectance Transformation Imaging)
By Dr Kathryn Piquette

Abstract and biography
  Saturday
14 March 2015
2.00 pm
Coronation Hall Public Lecture: Nubia: What lies beneath
By Carl Graves

Abstract and biography
  Saturday
11 April 2015
2.00 PM
Oakwood Centre Public Lecture: Eight women: Tomb Treasures of the Late Middle Kingdom
By Dr Wolfram Grajetzski

Abstract and biography
Dr Wolfram Grajetzski
  Saturday
9 May 2015
2.00 pm
Oakwood Centre Public Lecture: Family Matters: Kinship and Kin Groups at the turn of the Third Millennium BCE
By Leire Olabarria

Abstract and biography
 
  Saturday
6 June 2015
2.00 pm
Oakwood Centre Public Lecture: Howard Carter: An alternative view of the man through his art
By Lee Young

Abstract and biography
Lee Young
 

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