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Birmingham Egyptology Symposium ‘Digging into Ancient Egypt’ – Registration now open!

Digging into Ancient Egypt
4th Annual Birmingham Egyptology Symposium
Friday 17th February 2017poster_2017_birmingham
Registration for the Fourth Annual Symposium, ‘Digging into Ancient Egypt’, is now open. This free one day event will include a full schedule of presentations, with keynote presentations by Dr. Tony Leahy and Dr. Maria Gatto, relating to artefacts from ancient Egypt and their insight into Egyptian art, language, history and culture. The complete programme for the event will be available here once details have been finalised.
Lunch, refreshments, and a wine reception will be provided on the day. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements. Space is limited so please email us directly to register for the event at: 

We are also excited to offer a private viewing of the Eton Myers ‘Objects Coming to Life’ exhibition at the Eton Myers Collection of Egyptian Art on loan at the University of Birmingham, on the afternoon of Thursday 16th February 2017. If you would also like to attend this exhibition, please confirm when you register for the symposium!
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Extended Call for Papers Deadline

Our call for papers deadline for our Symposium ‘Digging into Ancient Egypt’ has been extended to Friday 2nd December.

Please submit your abstracts, or to contact us for further information, please email us at:

Reminder: Birmingham Egyptology Symposium Call for Papers

Dear all

This is just a reminder about the Call for Papers for the 4th annual Birmingham Egyptology Symposium, which will be held at the University of Birmingham on Friday 17th February 2017.

We invite abstract submissions from postgraduates and independent researchers pertaining to the individual’s interpretation of the above theme, which can include, but is not limited to, archaeology, art, language, history, restoration and epigraphy. Presentations may take the form of a 20 minute paper AND/OR an A0 research poster. Abstracts should be a maximum of 300 words, to be submitted by Monday 28th November at 5pm to:

The full call for papers can be viewed from the following link: call-for-papers-2017poster_2017_birmingham

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