Programme

09.00       Registration

09.40       Luigi Prada & Charles Draper (The Queen’s College, Oxford)

Welcome Address

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09.50      Kathryn Piquette (Freie Universität Berlin)

Early Dynastic Writing Processes and the Artesan Scribe

10.20       Leire Olabarria (The Queen’s College, Oxford)

Formulating Relations: An Approach to the smyt-formula

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10.50       Morning Coffee

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11.20       Mark Collier (University of Liverpool)

Pragmatics and Ancient Egyptian

11.50        Fredrik Hagen (University of Copenhagen–Københavns Universitet)

On Some Movements of the Royal Court in the New Kingdom

12.20        Meg Gundlach (Swansea University–Prifysgol Abertawe)

Orthography and Palaeography in the Shabtis of Pedamenope

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12.50       Lunch

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13.50       Martina Minas-Nerpel (Swansea University–Prifysgol Abertawe)

Offering the jj.t-sword to Horus and Other Ritual Scenes from the Temple of Isis at Shanhur

14.20       Rune Nyord (Christ’s College, Cambridge)

Corporeal Conceptualizations: Body Language in Valentinian Texts from Nag Hammadi

14.50        Jenny Cromwell (Macquarie University, Sydney/The British Museum)

Identifying Scribes at Wadi Sarga: Accounting For Wine—Problems and Preliminary Observations

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15.20        Afternoon Tea

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15.50        Amr Gaber (Swansea University–Prifysgol Abertawe)

Texts Accompanying the Nine Dead Deities from the Temple of Edfu

16.20       W. John Tait (UCL)

Some Uses for Palaeography

16.50        John Baines & Elizabeth Frood (The Queen’s College & St Cross College, Oxford)

A Textual and Iconographic Conundrum? King as, or and, Priest

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17.20        Closing Remarks

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17.30       Drinks at the Turf Tavern

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