“Jewels of the Nile: Ancient Egyptian Treasures from the Collection of the Worcester Art Museum” Dr Peter Lacovara

At the beginning of November 2021 Peter Lacovara talked to the Essex Egyptology Group about the exhibition Jewels of the Nile which will open in June 2022 at Worcester Art Museum, MA. Click through for my write up of his talk on my sister blog Other People’s Tales.

“The Rise of the Theban Necropolis. Current research in the early Middle Kingdom tombs of North Asasif” Dr Patryk Chudzik

At beginning of October Dr Patryk Chudzik gave a talk via Zoom to the Essex Egyptology Group about his work at the early Middle Kingdom tombs at North Asasif, high above Montuhotep II’s and Hatshepsut’s temples. Click through for my write up of his talk on my Other People’s Tales blog.

“Life on The Edge: Updates from Hierakonpolis’ Elite Cemetery” Renée Friedman

At the beginning of September 2021 Dr Renée Friedman gave a talk via Zoom to the Essex Egyptology Group about her latest work at the site of Hierakonpolis. Click through to read my write up on my Other People’s Tales blog.

At the beginning of July Dylan Bickerstaffe talked to the Essex Egyptology Group about the Egyptian harem. Click through for my write up of his talk on my sister blog, Other People’s Tales.

Last Sunday Dr Stephen Harvey talked to the Essex Egyptology Group about his work at Abydos, focusing on the High Priest of Osiris Wenennefer and Abydos as it was in the later years of the reign of Ramesses II. Click through for my write up of his talk on my sister blog Other People’s Tales.