quarta-feira, abril 30, 2008


Rhodes, 22 - 29 May 2008

Key-Note Speakers
In alphabetical order:
Prof. Emer. Jan Assmann (Heidelberg)
Title: The "structure" of ancient Egyptian religion [Abstract]

Prof. Manfred Bietak (Vienna)
Title: The nature of the relationship between Egypt and the Minoan World in the Tuthmoside Period [ABSTRACT]

Prof. Christopher J. Eyre (Liverpool)
Title: Economy and society in Pharaonic Egypt [ABSTRACT]

Mr. Sabry Abdel Aziz (Supreme Council of Antiquities, Egypt; on behalf of Prof. Z. Hawass)
Title: Recent discoveries in Egypt [ABSTRACT]

Prof. Richard Jasnow (Johns Hopkins)
Title: From Alexandria to Rakotis: progress, prospects, and problems in the study of Greco-Egyptian literary interaction [ABSTRACT]

Prof. Emer. Geoffrey T. Martin (Cambridge)
Title: Re-excavating KV 57 (Horemheb) in the Valley of the Kings [ABSTRACT]

Speakers - Abstracts

Final Programme


You can contact the Organizers at:
X International Congress of Egyptologists
c/o P. Kousoulis
Department of Mediterranean Studies
University of the Aegean
1 Demokratias Ave.
Rhodes 85100, Greece

Tel: 0030 22410 99341
Fax: 0030 22410 99341
Email: congress2008@rhodes.aegean.gr kousoulis@rhodes.aegean.gr

Conference Venue

ICE will take place at the Rodos Palace Hotel and Convention Center (Trianton Ave., Ixia, 85100, Rhodes), one of the largest purpose-built conference centers in the Mediterranean region and the country's most talked about and vibrant meeting venue, with over 500 conferences and numerous exhibitions held in its premises and attended by Heads of State, Nobel laureates, innovative businessmen, renowned artists and scientists. With a total combined capacity of

4.000 delegates in 20 ergonomically designed multi-use halls ranging in size from 20-1300 persons the Center can support events of varying size and complexity. Having been selected as the official venue for the European union Summit and Western European Union Council of ministers, the Rodos Palace is identified as a prominent choice for rewarding conferences and incentives.

Rhodes Island

Rhodes' University of the Aegean

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