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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.  These have proven extremely popular and book up fast, for the latest events and availability please click here.

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TVAES lectures are currently all online via zoom.  The executive committee will consider in our summer meeting when we can resume at least some face-to-face provision and this decision will be emailed to members.

Lectures

Tell el-FarkhaBeginnings of the Egyptian state in light of excavation at Tell el-Farkha (Nile Delta) - An online ZOOM lecture
By
: Professor Krzysztof Cialowich
Date: Saturday 9th October 2.00pm
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TVAES AGM
online
Date: Saturday 23rd October 3.00pm
All TVAES members will be sent joining details


Beni HasanSocial Stratification in the Lower Rank of tombs at Beni Hasan -
An online ZOOM lecture
By: Dr Sara Orel
Date: Saturday 23rd October 4.00pm
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 ANCIENT EGYPT NEWS 

Virtual tours of five Egyptian historic sites


3300-year-old baboon skull may tell of Punt
The Land of Punt—or “God’s land” as the Egyptians occasionally dubbed it—served as the setting for what has been described as the oldest known fantasy story.

The ancient Egyptian Teenage Mummy Buried With Trove of Ornate Jewelry

Egyptian and Spanish archaeologists unearthed the mummy while conducting excavations ahead of construction at the Draa Abul Naga necropolis on Luxor’s West Bank. The girl’s remains date from the 17th dynasty.