AELT 8: Programme

Ancient Egyptian Language and Texts 9

Saturday 26th November 2016

University College, High Street, Oxford

 

09.00     Registration

09.30     Luigi Prada & Jenny Cromwell (University College, Oxford & University of Copenhagen)

Welcome and Intro

09.40     Mark Smith (University College, Oxford)

Welcome

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09.50      Julia Hamilton (The Queen’s College, Oxford)

‘You Are a Name as You Are a Body’—Reference and Sense in Old Kingdom Names

10.10     Ben Hinson (Magdalene College, Cambridge)

‘Go to Sleep, or You’ll Wake Up Mr and Mrs Neferhotep’: Lullabies in Ancient Egypt

10.30     Dawn Power (University of Liverpool)

The Use of the Terms qrrt and TpHt in the Book of Caverns: A New Approach to the Regional Hierarchy and Division of the Hours

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10.50     Morning Coffee

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11.15     Christelle Alvarez (Lincoln College, Oxford)

Retrograde Writing in the Old Kingdom

11.45     W. John Tait (UCL)

Where to Write

12.15     Kim Ridealgh (UEA)

Integrating the Past with the Present: Experimenting with Modern Pragmatic Frameworks and Late Egyptian

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12.45     Lunch

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14.00     Violaine Chauvet (University of Liverpool)

The jmAx-status—Language and Concepts

14.30      Roland Enmarch (University of Liverpool)

Some Thoughts on the Newly Discovered Text CS from Quarry P at Hatnub

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15.00     Afternoon Tea

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15.20     Julien Cooper (The Queen’s College, Oxford)

The Etymology of the Divine Name +Hw.ty: Divine Onomastics in Light of the Comparative Method

15.50     Jenny Cromwell (University of Copenhagen)

Editing Short Inscriptions: How to?

16.20     Luigi Prada (University College, Oxford)

Demotica Eileithyiopolitana: Issues in the Recording and Editing of a Corpus of Late and Graeco-Roman Graffiti

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16.50     Closing Remarks

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17.00     Drinks at the King’s Arms

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