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In order to continue to provide lectures and courses to our members and friends we have launched TVAES Online, a series of events delivered online via zoom.  Some lectures will also be delivered face-to-face in Oakley. Our next lectures and courses are below.

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MeroeTutankhamun: Excavating the Archive - A lecturec at the Oakwood Centre in Woodly- NOT ONLINE
By Dr Daniela Rosenow
Date: Saturday 17th September 2022 at 2pm
Venue :Oakwood Centre In-Person only 2pm No advance booking required
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Tomb of ancient Egyptian mercenary commander found in Egypt
Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered a 2,600-year-old tomb belonging to a man of high status: a "commander of foreign mercenaries" named "Wahibre-mery-Neith."

Ancient Egyptian Worker Took Sick Leave to Embalm his Mother
The British Museum houses a tablet which provides a peek into work-life balance in ancient Egypt. It documents the number of sick days and why 40 workers took time off from their workplace in 1250 BC.

Virtual tours of five Egyptian historic sites