Beginnings of the Egyptian state in light of excavation at Tell el-Farkha (Nile Delta) - An online ZOOM lecture
By: Professor Krzysztof M. Ciałowicz
Date: Saturday 9th October 2.00pm
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Excavated for two decades by a Polish mission, Tell el-Farkha is one of the most important sites in the Delta. The history of the site started ca. 3700 BC and ended at the beginning of Egyptian Old Kingdom (ca. 2700 BC). Results of this research has changed completely old hypothesis and allowed to put new forward more convincing theories concerning the beginnings of Egyptian state.
Cost: Free forMembers (enter the password in the box that appears when selecting a free members ticket) and £4 Visitors. Click to book
Joining : Use the zoom link emailed to you after booking to join the zoom from 1.45 pm for a 2.00 pm start
I completed my study in 1977 and bacame professor in 2002. I have woreked at the Institute of Archaeology, Jagiellonian University Cracow since 1976 and have carried out scientific researches (excavations) at sites across Egypt, Sudan and Poland, with the most important results produced from Tell el-Farkha.