Lived religion in ancient Egypt: stelae, figurines and other votive offerings -An online ZOOM lecture
By : Maiken Mosleth King
Saturday September 12th - 1.45pm for a 2pm start
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Ancient Egypt is known for imposing temples, where ordained priests performed sacred rituals daily. For the common people who could not enter these sacred spaces, votive objects formed an important part of religious experience. This lecture will explore how objects such as stelae and figurines were used to honour the gods and the spirits of the dead, and what these objects can tell us about the Pharaonic religion.
Cost: Free for Members (enter the password in the box that appears when selecting a free members ticket) and £4 Visitors.
Joining: Use the zoom link emailed to you after booking to join the zoom from 1.45pm for a 2pm start
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Maiken Mosleth King has a BA and MA in Egyptology from the University of Liverpool, and is currently undertaking PhD research at the University of Bristol, focusing on funerary stelae from Roman Egypt. Her research interests include ancient Egyptian language and literature, religion in ancient Egypt and the Mediterranean, early Christianity, and Coptic language and literature.