Programme

10.00 Welcome

10.30 Roland Enmarch (Liverpool): Literary Aspects of the Kamose Inscription

11.00 John Tait (UCL): A Typology of Errors

11.30 Coffee

12.00 Martina Minas-Nerpel (Swansea): Demotic and Hieroglyphic Inscriptions from
the ‘Petosiris-Necropolis’ at Tuna el-Gebel

12.30 Siân Thomas (Cambridge): Law, Language and Custom. Vectors of Survival of
Egyptian Law after the Roman Conquest

1.00 Lunch

2.00 Tony Leahy (Birmingham): What is P. Rylands IX?

2.30 Jenny Cromwell (Oxford): A Possible Case of Sibling Scribes. Towards an
Identification of Scribal Training in Coptic Thebes

3.00 Burkhard Backes (Oxford): Sdm.n=f as a Writing for the Prospective/
Subjunctive in Late Copies of Religious Texts?

3.30 Tea

4.00 Sami Uljas (Cambridge): Notes on the Pragmatics of Certain Coptic Verbal
Patterns

4.30 Mark Collier (Liverpool): Late Egyptian Counterfactual Conditionals in
Context and in Reasoning

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