terça-feira, dezembro 22, 2009

Final Programme CRE XI - Leiden - 5,8 January 2010

Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden

Leiden University:

To get to Leiden
Schipol airport Amsterdam, then train:

Tuesday January 5th, 2010

18.00 Registration of participants in the Taffeh Hall, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden (RMO)

20.00 Keynote lecture by Dr. R.J. Demarée, Taffeh Hall, RMO
New Lights on the Reigns of the Later Ramesside Kings 21.00 Welcome reception ‐ Café RMO

Wednesday January 6th, 2010

09.00 Reception with coffee and tea ‐ Lipsius building, central hall

09.30 Official opening of the conference in the Lipsius building, lecture room 011

Session 1: Politics, power and society ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 011
10.00‐10.30 Alessandra Siragusa, Ca'Foscari University The Swty.w: Brokers and Operators in the small and Large Range Trade
10.30‐11.00 Heba Abd el‐Gawad, Durham University "Out of Bounds ‐ Priest's Property!" The Status of the Ptolemaic Kings at Memphis

11.00‐11.30 Coffee and tea break

Session 2: Funerary texts ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 011
11.30‐12.00 Nathalie Andrews, Durham Univeristy Protecting Personhood in Chapter 17 of the Book of the Dead: The role of the Sacred Eye in Ensuring the Continued Identity of the Deceased
12.00‐12.30 Antonio J. Morales, University of Pennsylvania Old Kingdom Priestly Texts of Nut and their transmission into the Middle Kingdom
12.30‐13.00 Jens Blach Jørgensen, University of Copenhagen Myth and cosmography. On the Union of Re and Osiris in two types of religious discourse

13.00‐14.00 Lunch break

Session 3: Arts and Artifacts ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 011
14.00‐14.30 Jurgen van Oostenrijk, Leiden University The "chaîne opératoire" of Late Period Shabti Groups from Saqqara
14.30‐15.00 Daniel Soliman, Leiden University Iconographic and stylistic studies of kingly sculpture from Dynasties 13, 16 and 17
15.00‐15.30 Nico Staring, Leiden University Analysing figural graffiti: stela Louvre C8 as a case study

15.30‐16.00 Coffee and tea break

Session 4: Cross‐Cultural Relations ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 011
16.00‐16.30 Alexandros Giannakoulas, University of Oxford Before Polydamna: Egyptian parturient vessels and the trade of medical lore with the Bronze Age Aegean
16.30‐17.00 Irene Vezzani, University of Florence Lioness‐Headed Female Figures between Egypt and Anatolia at the Beginning of the II Mill. B.C.: An Example of the Egyptian Influence on Pre‐Hittite Iconography
17.00‐17.30 Felix Höflmayer, DAI Berlin / DEI Amman / SCIEM 2000 Egyptian pots, Aegean chronology and radiocarbon: Recent research on Egypt and the early Aegean Late Bronze Age

17.30‐18.00 Coffee and tea break

18.00‐19.00 Keynote Lecture by Dr. B.J.J. Haring ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 011
Cursive and Monumental: Worlds Apart? The Role of Hieratic in the Composition and Copying of Hieroglyphic Texts.

19.00 Drinks

Thursday January 7th, 2010 09.00 Reception with coffee and tea ‐ Lipsius building, central hall

Parallel session 1A: Religion ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 003
09.30‐10.00 Susanne Töpfer, University of Leipzig A (new‐)edition of the Embalming Ritual after the papyri Boulaq 3 and Louvre 5158
10.00‐10.30 Jared Brent Krebsbach, University of Memphis The Persians and Atum Worship in Egypt's Twenty Seventh Dynasty
10.30‐11.00 Kata Jasper, University Budapest Ha, Lord of the West. Some Remarks on the Figure of an Ancient Egyptian Personification
11.00‐11.30 Paula Veiga, Independent Researcher Osiris’ green: his body represented in medicinal plants

11.30‐12.00 Coffee and tea break

Parallel session 1B: Cultural Identity ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 005 09.30‐10.00 Sander Müskens, Leiden University Cultural Choice and Constructing Identity in later Roman Egypt: Funerary Stelae from Behnasa
10.00‐10.30 Yanne Broux & Sandra Coussement, K.U. Leuven Creating Identities in Graeco‐Roman Egypt: Double Names in the Ptolemaic and Roman Period
10.30‐11.00 Kim Ridealgh, Swansea University ‘Yes Dear!’ Spousal Relationships in the Late Ramesside Letters
11.00‐11.30 Gwen Jennes, K.U. Leuven Creating Identities in Graeco‐Roman Egypt: Theophoric Names

11.30‐12.00 Coffee and tea break

Parallel session 2 A: Household Archaeology ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 003
12.00‐12.30 Miriam Müller, University of Vienna An elite quarter of Avaris/Tell el‐Dab'a ‐ multicultural life in a town of the Second Intermediate Period
12.30‐13.00 Lara Weiss, Leiden University Encountering liminal zones at Deir el‐Medina?
13.00‐13.30 Maria Correas‐Amador, Durham University Egyptian Mud Dwellings: An Ethnoarchaeological Perspective

13.30‐14.30 Lunch break

Parallel session 2 B: Linguistics ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 005
12.00‐12.30 Ines Köhler, Freie Universität Berlin Prototype semantics and its approach in the Ancient Egyptian lexicon
12.30‐13.00 Anita Sempel, Leiden University Participles and Aspect
13.00‐13.30 German Ruiz Ruiz, Halma‐Ipel Univeristy of Lille The Notion of Combat in Ancient Egypt: A lexicographical Study of the Terminology 13.30‐14.30 Lunch break

Parallel session 3 A: Early Christianity ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 003
14.30‐15.00 Renate Dekker, Leiden University Peeping into the Bishop's papers: Re‐edition of the archives of Pesynthios of Coptos (seventh century)
15.00‐15.30 Joost Hagen, Leiden University Church and state in medieval Christian Nubia: The evidence of the Coptic texts from Qasr Ibrim
15.30‐16.00 Lisanne Kleiterp, Leiden University “From Temple to Church”: the Christian reuse of ‘pagan’ temples

16.00‐16.30 Coffee and tea break

Parallel session 3 B: Predynastic Egypt ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 005
14.30‐15.00 Grazia Di Pietro, University "L'Orientale", Naples Models from Predynastic daily life
15.00‐15.30 Gavin Smith, Liverpool University The transmigration of Predynastic and Protodynastic typologies, and their economic utility

16.00‐16.30 Coffee and tea break

Parallel session 4 A: Interdisciplinary Approaches ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 003
16.30‐17.00 Stephanie Atherton, University of Manchester Sacred Ibis mummies in the Manchester Museum: a morphological and forensic study
17.00‐17.30 Conni Lord, University of Manchester The life and death of the sacred bulls: what we really know
17.30‐18.00 Howard Middleton‐Jones, Coptic UK Research The Digital 3D Reconstruction of the Coptic Church at Qubbat al‐Hawa

18.00‐18.30 Coffee and tea break

Parallel session 4 B: Middle Kingdom Society ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 005
16.30‐17.00 Margaret Maitland, University of Oxford Spatial hierarchy in Middle Kingdom Elite Culture 17.00‐17.30 Melinda Nelson‐Hurst, University of Pennsylvania The Evolving Roles of Collateral and Female Kin in Society and the Funerary Cult from the Middle Kingdom through the Second Intermediate Period
17.30‐18.00 Rita Gautschy, Universität Basel Lunar and Sothic data from the archive of Illahun revisited: Absolute Chronology of the Middle Kingdom

18.00‐18.30 Coffee and tea break

18.30‐19.30 Keynote Lecture by Dr. M.J. Versluys ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 005
Egyptology versus Egyptomania? Stages in the mnemohistory of Egypt

20.00 Congress dinner ‐ Restaurant "De Branderij"

Friday January 8th, 2010

09.00 Reception with coffee and tea ‐ Lipsius building, central hall

Session 1: Temples ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 011
09.30‐10.00 Carina van den Hoven, Leiden University Balancing the gods. Priestly design in the temple of Kalabsha
10.00‐10.30 Kenneth Griffin, Swansea University An Analysis of the Rekhyt Rebus on the Columns of the Temple of Seti at Abydos
10.30‐11.00 Marta Sankiewicz, Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznan ‘Coregency’ of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III in the light of iconography in the Hatshepsut Temple at Deir el‐Bahari

11.00‐11.30 Coffee and tea break

Session 2: Literature ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 011
11.30‐12.00 Shih‐Wei Hsu, Freie Universität Berlin The power of the image and the image of the power: "The griffin" as a visual and written image for the king
12.00‐12.30 Lea van de Sande, Leiden University The 21th maxim of the Instruction of Ptahhotep: a comparison of versions
12.30‐13.00 Linda Steynor, University of London The function of Metaphor in The Tale of the Eloquent Peasant

13.00‐14.00 Lunch break

Session 3: Predynastic Burial Customs ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 011
14.00‐14.30 Maarten Horn, Leiden University Dressing the Dead during the Tasian, Badarian and Early Naqadian Periods in the Qau‐ Matmar Region ‐ A Comparison and Interpretation
14.30‐15.00 Veronica Tamorri, University of Durham Preliminary Observations on Practices of Bodily Manipulation in Predynastic Egyptian Funerary Contexts
15.00‐15.30 Sarah Foster, University College London Landscape and Cosmology in the Badarian (c. 4500‐4000 B.C.): an insight provided by 'exotic materials'

15.30‐16.00 Coffee and tea break

Session 4: Egyptology, Archaeology and Museology ‐ Lipsius, lecture room 011
16.00‐16.30 Henning Franzmeier, Freie Universität Berlin The Cemetery of Sedment in the New Kingdom ‐ New Light on an old Excavation
16.30‐17.00 Gemma Tully, University of Southampton ‘Answering the calls of the living': Collaborative Museology and the Representation of Ancient Egypt in Western Museum Displays
17.00‐17.30 Michal Kurzyk Geophysical surveying in Egypt: the Polish contribution

17.30 Annual General Meeting and closing session – Lipsius, lecture room 011