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Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society Programme

Thames Valley Ancient Egypt Society (TVAES) was founded in 1994 to meet the increasing local demands of a growing interest in Ancient Egypt. The aims of the Society are to promote the study and public dissemination of the culture, religion, art, language, life and death in ancient Egypt.

Members and non-members are warmly welcomed to our talks, study days and classes, which cover all aspects of ancient Egypt.

Our next events are below or click here to download the TVAES 2018-2019 programme:-



Study Day: Saturday July 6th 2019
Sethy I, King of Egypt: his life and afterlife
By Professor Aiden Dodson Details and booking form
Fee: £25 (members) £30 (non-members)
Venue: Oakwood CentreGaston Maspero demaillotage

 

 

 

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Canadian Egyptologist says two queens may have ruled Egypt before Tutankhamun ascended the throne - UQAM's Valerie Angenot says she has now conducted an analysis based on the study of symbols which revealed that two daughters of Akhenaten seized power at his death while their brother Tutankhamun, aged four or five at the time, was too young to rule. Akhenaten had six daughters before having his son later on......

4,500-year-old ancient Egyptian tombs found in Giza - Archaeologists working near the pyramids of Giza have discovered an ancient Egyptian burial ground dating back to around 2500 BCE and hosting the tombs of high-ranking officials. The remarkable find includes a limestone family tomb from Egypt's fifth dynasty........