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Hi I'm James, I blog about the activities of the Society. If you missed a lecture, just want to recap what happened, or want to see what things we have been getting up to then you can find out here!

Egyptology Study

MiscellaneousPosted by James Parr Fri, April 26, 2019 01:14PM



Ever wanted to study for a recognised qualification in Egyptology but not been able to afford or invest the time to go university? If so, then the University's distance learning programmes may well be just what are you are looking for. Delivered entirely online the University runs courses ranging from short courses and a Certificate and Diploma course to a Masters degree. If you are interested and would like more information please visit:

http://www.egyptologyonline.manchester.ac.uk/study/



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Ancient Egypt Magazine

MiscellaneousPosted by James Parr Fri, April 26, 2019 01:00PM

Interested in Ancient Egypt? Want to keep up to date with all the latest discoveries in Egypt read scholarly articles? Then Ancient Egypt magazine is definitely for you. Filled with interesting and thought-provoking articles written by established and up and coming Egyptologists the magazine has something for academics and amateurs alike. For more information and to subscribe please click the link below:


http://ancientegyptmagazine.co.uk/


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Prof Joann Fletcher Lecture

Monthly LecturePosted by James Parr Fri, April 26, 2019 12:44PM

Professor Joann Fletcher and Dr Stephen Buckley
Title: Armageddon and Ancient Egypt
Bolton Museum, Library and Art Gallery
Tuesday 21st May 2019
Members: £1, Non-members: £5

Bolton Archaeology and Egyptology Society are proud to announce that our next lecture in our 2018/19 programme will be given by Professor Joann Fletcher. Join Professor Fletcher as she explores the true history behind the biblical prophecy of the destruction of the world at 'the hill of Armageddon': Megiddo.









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Romans in Southern Scotland

Monthly LecturePosted by James Parr Fri, April 26, 2019 12:25PM



Thank you Dr Birgitta Hoffmann!!

Bolton Archaeology and Egyptology Society would like to thank Dr Birgitta Hoffmann for giving a fantastic and very informative talk on Roman activity in Scotland. Dr Hoffmann talked about her ongoing excavation project more widely referred to as the 'Roman Gask Project'. Dr Hoffmann talked extensively on the various building and quarrying activities of the Romans. If you would like to learn more about the ' Roman Gask Project' please visit the Project's excellent website at the following address:


http://www.theromangaskproject.org/?page_id=9





















































































































































































































































































































































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Egyptology Evening

MuseumsPosted by James Parr Tue, April 16, 2019 07:58PM

Ritual Sex in Ancient Egypt Cynthia May Sheikholeslami, Egyptologist, Cairo, Egypt
Thursday 9th May, 7pm
Bolton Library Lecture Theatre

Twenty-first century western concerns with sexuality revolve around desire (often in the framework of romantic love) and questions of identity. Three thousand years ago, in ancient Egypt, fertility and creation were the focus of interest in sexuality. While there is some evidence of what we term romantic love, as well as hints of homosexuality, the artistic and textual record from pharaonic Egypt emphasizes sex for the continuity of life, both in this world and the next. It is not surprising then that ancient Egyptian religious ritual may be overtly sexual. A famous illustrated papyrus from the late New Kingdom now in the Museo Egizio in Turin depicts sex in Hathoric ritual. At the same time, however, love songs on other papyri of the period show that ritual sex could overlap with individual encounters between lovers, and also be celebrated at funerary banquets. This lecture will discuss ritual sex as well as individual relationships in a Hathoric festival context for both the living and the dead.

The content of this lecture may not be suitable for under 16s.

Tickets £5, includes refreshments

To book: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/egyptology-evening-talks-tickets-58512577695





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