The Middle Kingdom Border with Kush: Past, Present and Future - An online ZOOM lecture

By: Dr Christian Knoblauch
Date: Saturday 5th June 2021 2.00pm
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BuhenThe lecture will describe the context and latest results of current archaeological work at the Middle Kingdom border with Kush by the Uronarti Regional Archaeological Project. The focus of this work is the Mnnw fortress built by Senwosret III on the island of Uronarti in the late 12th Dynasty. The paper will demonstrate how new work by the  Swansea-Brown team is changing our perception of the Egyptian presence and colonial relations in this desolate and remote border region.



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Joining : Use the zoom link emailed to you after booking to join the zoom from 1.45pm for a 2pm start

Biography

Dr Christian Knoblauch

Christian is  Lecturer in Egyptian Material Culture at Swansea University. He specialises in the archaeology of Third and Second Millennium BCE Egypt and Nubia and conducts field work at the Middle Kingdom fortress on Uronarti in the Sudan. He arrived at Swansea via Sydney, Berlin, Sydney, Melbourne and Vienna.

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