(MENAFN- The Conversation) Children were at the centre of the ancient Egyptian worldview, but they are often over-looked as a group in Pharaonic society. This study day brings together experts to discuss different aspects of childhood in Egypt: from kings to commoners, health, religion and afterlife expectations. Following on from sold-out study days on 'Women', 'Men' and 'Gods' in Ancient Egypt, proceeds from this event will go to support the Museum's new Courtyard extension project.
Annual Egyptology Study Day: 'Children in Ancient Egypt'
Saturday 10th February, 2018
Kanaris Lecture Theatre, the Manchester Museum, Oxford Road
All ticket sales will be donated to the Museum's new capital project, to create a new improved Special Exhibition gallery and British Museum partnership gallery of South Asian Cultures.
9.15 Registration: tea/coffee
9.45 Welcome and Introduction
10.00 Sons of the King – Carving a Name for Yourself – Campbell Price
10.30 Teething, Coughs and the Neshu Illness: Healing Remedies for Children in Ancient Egypt – Roger Forshaw
11.15 – Tea/coffee break –
11.45 A Rampart in my Heart: Royal Father-Son Relationships in the Early Ramesside Period – Nicky Nielsen
12.45 – Lunch – (please make own arrangements)
1.45 Egyptology in Manchester – Campbell Price
2.00 Lives short lived: What can we learn about the life and death of children in Ancient Egypt by studying their physical remains – Iwona Kozieradzka-Ogunmakin
3.00 – Tea/coffee break –
3.30 Pictures of a Life? Children's Portraits, Playthings and Personhood in Graeco-Roman Egypt – April Pudsey
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