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The Friends hold lectures, special events and social occasions throughout the year.

PROGRAMME 2018-19

ESCORTED TRIPS

Trip details will appear here


Hands-on object seminars (members only)

View seminar programme or download ballot application form


LECTURES (non-members welcome) and SPECIAL EVENTS

Download the Friends’ lecture and event list here


Friday 5th October 2018 at 18.30
Claudia Näser, Provisions for the dead, ritual implements, luxury objects? Conceptualising burial equipment in New Kingdom elite contexts
Lecture Theatre G6, Institute of Archaeology, 31 Gordon Square, London WC1
Saturday 20th October 2018, Study Day
Hourig Sourouzian, Anna Garnett, Willem Toonen, Amenhotep III and his funerary temple, a ‘House for Millions of Years’
Ticketed. Details and booking form here
Friday 16th November 2018 at 18.30
Kate Fulcher, Painting Amara West: colour in New Kingdom Nubia
Lecture Theatre G6, Institute of Archaeology, 31 Gordon Square, London WC1
Monday 26th November 2018
Book auction in the Petrie Museum, viewing from 17:15, auction starts 18:00
More details here, email bids possible from end of October
Friday 7th December 2018 at 18.30
Stephanie Boonstra, Politics of production: the manufacture and influences of scarab amulets in the second millennium BCE
Lecture Theatre G6, Institute of Archaeology, 31 Gordon Square, London WC1
Friday 25th January 2019 at 18.30
Omniya Abdel Barr, The Mamluks of Cairo, a legacy at risk
Lecture Theatre G6, Institute of Archaeology, 31 Gordon Square, London WC1
Friday 22nd February 2019 at 18.30
Kathryn Piquette, Becoming the Narmer Palette: a research update
Lecture Theatre G6, Institute of Archaeology, 31 Gordon Square, London WC1
Friday 29th March 2019 at 18.30
Angela Stienne, Encounters with Egyptian mummies at the Louvre
Lecture Theatre G6, Institute of Archaeology, 31 Gordon Square, London WC1
Friday 26th April 2019 at 18.30
Diane Johnson, Exploring the massive fossil funerary collection of Qau el-Kebir
Lecture Theatre G6, Institute of Archaeology, 31 Gordon Square, London WC1
Friday 24th May 2019 at 18.30
Penny Wilson, Earthquakes and rat-traps: how Sais became capital of Egypt
Lecture Theatre G6, Institute of Archaeology, 31 Gordon Square, London WC1
Friday 14th June 2019 at 18.30
Kelly Accetta, Overseer of what is and is not: work of the Middle Kingdom Theban Project on the tombs of high officials at Deir el-Bahari
Lecture Theatre G6, Institute of Archaeology, 31 Gordon Square, London WC1
Friday 12th July 2019 at 18.00
AGM, followed by lecture: Dr Anna Garnett, An update from the Petrie Museum
Lecture Theatre G6, Institute of Archaeology, 31 Gordon Square, London WC1

For the latest information please email the secretary:
pmf@friendsofpetrie.org.uk
or leave a message on the Friends voicemail 020 7679 2369

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