AELT X: Programme

Ancient Egyptian Language and Texts X

Saturday 28th April 2018

Location

Seminar Room, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research

Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3ER

Programme

08:30   Registration and coffee

SESSION ONE

09:00   Huw Twiston Davies, Leiden University

Reconsidering Date-Marks on Literary Manuscripts

09:30    Hana Navratilova, University of Reading

Thutmose III and Senwosret III in graffiti at Dahshur–historical texts in a historical place

10:00    Fredrik Hagen, University of Copenhagen

Cultic manuscripts from the mortuary temple of Thutmose III

10:30    COFFEE BREAK

SESSION TWO

11:00    John Tait, UCL

Emotion and Character in Demotic Stories

11:30    Kim Ridealgh, UEA

Polite like an Egyptian? The problem of ‘politeness’ in Late Egyptian

12:00    Hannah Godfrey, University of Liverpool

Pyramid Texts, Sign Substitution and the man striking with stick

12:30    LUNCH

SESSION THREE

13:30    Ilona Regulski, British Museum (brief communication)

The British Museum papyrus and ostraca collection: an update

14:00    Daniela Colomo and Luigi Prada, University of Oxford and University of Copenhagen

Read Homer Like an Egyptian: A Sahidic Coptic Translation of the Iliad

14:30    Andreas Winkler, University of Oxford

A Tale of Two Towns?

15:00    COFFEE BREAK

SESSION FOUR

15:30    Elizabeth Frood, University of Oxford

Minmose in Oxford and Berlin

16:00    Manon Schutz, University of Oxford

Mothers, nurses, and beds

16:30   Roland Enmarch, University of Liverpool

In Möller’s footsteps: Textual discoveries of the 2017 season at Hatnub

 

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