Tenth European Conference of Egyptologists 2023 (ECE X) Varsovie

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Varsovie, du 12 au 16 juin 2023
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Venue: Pałac Staszica, 72, Nowy Świat st., 00-330 Warszawa

12th of June 2023, room: Lustrzana Hall

8.00-9.00 – registration of the participants

9.00-9.15 Conference inauguration

– welcome speech by Jadwiga Iwaszczuk

– welcome speech by the Conferences president Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska

Jadwiga Iwaszczuk (chairwoman)

9.15-9.45 Karol Myśliwiec, IMOC PAS, Poland, Sex and politics: the case of a priestess

9.45-10.15 Pascal Vernus, École pratique des hautes études, Université Paris IV Sorbonne, France, Champollion’s legacy in the early 21st century

10.15-10.45 coffee break, Staszic Hall

Karol Myśliwiec (chairman)

10.45-11.30 Susan Tower Hollis, SUNY Empire State University, USA, Early Egyptian Goddesses: Possible Origins and Roles

11.30-12.00 Maria Helena Trindade Lopes, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal, The importance of studies on the reception of antiquity for the understanding of a new civilisational paradigm: the example of painting

12.00-12.30 Krzysztof Ciałowicz, Jagiellonian University, Poland, After 20 years of excavations at Tell el-Farkha. Development and decline of an important urban centre in the Eastern Nile Delta

12.30-14.00 lunch break

Krzysztof Ciałowicz (chairman)

14.00-14.30 James Cogswell, Michigan University, USA, Ornament and plunder: reception of antiquity through contemporary artistic materials and processes

14.30-15.00 Adam Łukaszewicz, Warsaw University, Poland, Egyptian god as a disguise

15.00-15.30 Helen Strudwick, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK, Connections with coffins: engaging audiences and communities through studies of making and materiality

15.30-15.45 coffee break, Staszic Hall

Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska (chairwoman)

15.45-16.15 Nigel Strudwick, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge, UK, From Objects to Histories: how archive research sheds light on the modern history of some objects in the British and Fitzwilliam Museums

16.15-17.00 Andrzej Ćwiek, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland, Hatshepsut’s cryptography at Deir el-Bahari: perspectives of research

17.00-17.30 Renata-Gabriela Tatomir, Hyperion University of Bucharest, Romania, The function of the false-door as a portal from life to the afterlife (and back!) in the private tombs of the Old Kingdom

18.00-20.00 Reception, Staszic Hall

13th of June 2023

Room 1: Lustrzana Hall

Room 2: Staszic Hall

9:25 – 10:40

Religion – Susan Tower Hollis (chairwoman)

History – Wael Sherbiny (chairman)

9:25 – 9.50

Linda Chapon, The use of the Benu bird motif in temples decorative program of the New Kingdom

Federico Poole, Champollion, decipherer of Egyptian art

9.50 – 10.15

Alessandro Girardi, Glimpses from Deir el-Medina houses. Fragments of domestic cultic emplacements preserved at Museo Egizio in Turin

Paulína Šútorová, History recovered: “obscure” queens related to the usurper king Amunmeses

10.15 – 10.40

Susanna Moser, Wooden anthropoid coffins of the end of the Pharaonic and Greek Period (6th-1st century BC) – presentation of a PhD project

Mateo Piñeiros, A Non-Royal “Dynastic” List: The List of Provincial Governors of the Tomb of Wekhhotep III at Meir

10.40 – 11.15 panel discussion

Archaeology – Nigel Strudwick (chairman)

Religion – Susan Tower Hollis (chairwoman)

11.15 – 11.30 coffee break, Kołłątaj Hall

Room 1: Lustrzana Hall

Room 2: Staszic Hall

11.30 – 13.10

Religion – So Miyagawa (chairman)

Architecture – Sławomir Rzepka (chairman)

11.30 – 11.55

Nenad Marković, Serving the Divine Mendesian Ram at Memphis: Notes on a Memphite Priestly Family during the Twenty-Sixth and Twenty-Seventh Dynasties

Balázs J. Irsay-Nagy, Stairways to Heaven: An Interpretation of the Religious Symbolism of the First Pillared Halls in Eighteenth-Dynasty Royal Tombs in the Valley of the Kings

11.55 – 12.20

Christina Geisen, How to create sacred space? The materiality, agency, and ontological status of ritual objects

Adrianna Madej-Ciuba, Courtyard of the Royal Cult Complex in the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari – outline of the key conclusions from the project

12.20 – 12.45

Noemie Fathy, The spatial organisation of the tombs of the Theban necropolis, a reflection of the social hierarchy: the case of the high clergy of Amun

Sébastien Biston-Moulin, New perspectives on the dismantled temple of Thutmosis III and Hatshepsut at Armant

12.45 – 13.10

Carmen Muñoz Pérez, Aegyptiaca in the Western Mediterranean. The Appropriation of Egyptian Amulets in Ancient Necropolis

Mónica M. Marcos González, Metrology in Egyptian Architecture of the Eighteenth Dynasty

13.10 – 14.45 lunch break

Room 1: Lustrzana Hall

Room 2: Staszic Hall

14.45 – 16.25

Art – James Cogswell (chairman)

Graeco-Roman Egypt – Adam Łukaszewicz (chairman)

14.45 – 15.10

Katarzyna Kapiec, The Crown of Amun Worn by Kings – Analysis of the Motif

Giorgia Cafici, Empresses of Egypt: the women of the Severan Dynasty in statues and coins from Roman Egypt

15.10 – 15.35

Ewa Józefowicz, The motif of rejoicing in the Portico of Obelisks

Magdalena Łaptaś, Marzena Ożarek-Szilke, Results of a digital imaging of a woman’s mummy with a ‘Fayum portrait’ from the collection of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo

15.35 – 16.00

André Von Eisenach Patrício, The Use of Decorative Elements in Furniture. A Symbolic and Artistic Analysis in Pieces Uncovered in Funerary Contexts

Katalin Kóthay, Hungarian sphinxes

16.00 – 16.25

Rita Simon, Oases Tribute Scenes and Written References in the Theban Tombs of the 18th Dynasty

Aleksandra Pawlikowska-Gwiazda, “Monastic town”. Western Thebes in the Late Antiquity

16.25 – 16.40 coffee break, Kołłątaj Hall

Room 1: Lustrzana Hall

Room 2: Staszic Hall

16.40 – 17.15 panel discussion

Graeco-Roman Art – Giorgia Cafici (chairwoman)

Architecture – Sébastien Biston-Moulin & Jadwiga Iwaszczuk (chairmen)

18.00 Visit to the Ancient Art Gallery, National Museum in Warsaw

14th of June 2023

Room 1: Lustrzana Hall

Room 2: Staszic Hall

9.00 – 10.40

Religious texts – Carlos Gracia Zamacona (chairman)

Language and Literature – Pascal Vernus (chairman)

9.00 – 9.25

Małgorzata Radomska, Has the role of god Bes been changed in the Saqqara necropolis over the centuries?

Shiqi Zhang, Divine birth and royal succession: focus on the tale of two brothers of Papyrus d’Orbiney

9.25 – 9.50

Guilherme Borges Pires, ‘The only one of his kind’ – Approaching ‘Otherness’ in the Religious Hymns of the New Kingdom (c. 1539-1077 BCE)

Heidi Jauhiainen, Gly2mdc: The Importance of Being Readable

9.50 – 10.15

Gyula Priskin, Identification of the decan stars following the decan called ‘middle of the ship’

Aneta Skalec, Graphic symbols as a dating tool for the Late Antiquity papyri – the case of the Hermopolites documents

10.15 – 10.40

Nils Billing, The pyramid of Unis revisited

So Miyagawa, Linguistic Methodology to Building Digital Text Corpora for Ancient

Egyptian, Coptic, Old Nubian, and Meroitic

10.40 – 11.15 panel discussion

Language and Literature – Pascal Vernus (chairman)

Art – Sławomir Rzepka (chairman)

11.15 – 11.30 coffee break, Kołłątaj Hall

Room 1: Lustrzana Hall

Room 2: Staszic Hall

11.30 – 12.45

Religious texts – So Miyagawa (chairman)

Museum Collections – Helen Strudwick (chairwoman)

11.30 – 11.55

Kristine Reinhold, Targets of Punishment: Are the enemies encountered in the hereafter solely the damned dead?

Alice Dinegro, Who can enjoy museum collections? The value of accessibility confronting curatorial and economic challenges

11.55 – 12.20

Yannick A. Wiechmann, Confusing Nets. The Evolving of BD 153 from a text historical Perspective

Wojciech Ejsmond, Marzena Ożarek-Szilke, History of Egyptian mummies in Warsaw

12.20 – 12.45

Marina Sartori, Manuscript Nakht (BM EA10473): new perspectives on a forgotten artefact

Ronaldo G. Gurgel Pereira, Some Remarks on a Bes/Pataikos statuette at the “Museo Archeologico Regionale di Agrigento”

12.45 – 14.30 lunch break

Room 1: Lustrzana Hall

Room 2: Staszic Hall

14.30 – 15.45

Archaeology – Nigel Strudwick (chairman)

Museum Collections – Renata-Gabriela Tatomir (chairwoman)

14.30 – 14.55

Taichi Kuronuma, Funerary landscape transformation in the late prehistoric Upper Egypt. Its relationships between social change and topographical condition

Christian Orsenigo, New additions to the Egyptian Section of the Civic Museum of Crema (Italy)

14.55 – 15.20

Anna Wodzińska, Chamber pots in ancient Egypt – evidence from Tell el-Retaba

Marco De Pietri, Two Shabtis of Sety I in Malaspina’s Egyptian Collection at the ‘Musei Civici’ in Pavia

15.20 – 15.45

John Burn, Ankhtify’s Marshes. History through the Lens of the Landscape: The Ecological and

Martina Terzoli, A dialogue between objects and materiality: new scientific investigations on

Geographical impact of late Old Kingdom Climate Change

faïence amulets from the Museo Egizio in Turin

15.45 – 16.00 coffee break, Kołłątaj Hall

Room 1: Lustrzana Hall

Room 2: Staszic Hall

16.00 – 16.35 panel discussion

Religious texts – Nils Billing & Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska (chairmen)

Museum Collections – Helen Strudwick (chairwoman)

15th of June 2023

Excursion to Żelazowa Wola, Nieborów and Arkadia – concert and dinner

16th of June 2023

Room 1: Lustrzana Hall

Room 2: Staszic Hall

9.00 – 10.15

Archaeology – John Burn (chairman)

Religious texts – Nils Billing (chairman)

9.00 – 9.25

Agnieszka Mączyńska, The decline of settlement at Tell el-Farkha. Some reflections on the late Early Dynastic and early Old Kingdom occupation

Carlos Gracia Zamacona, The MORTEXVAR project: assessing variability in Earlier Egyptian mortuary texts

9.25 – 9.50

Tadas Rutkauskas, Ancient Egyptian Coffins in Lithuania: State and Outlook of their Study

Joel Sams, Doing textual criticism on the New Kingdom Book of the Dead: methodological steps toward a foundational model of the corpus’s tradition

9.50 – 10.15

Alice Tomaino, Benedetta Giudici, New discoveries at West Aswan: cartonnages and human remains from the necropolis of Aga Khan III

Wael Sherbiny, Who are the “Four Winds” in Coffin Texts Spell 162?

10.15 – 10.50 panel discussion

Graeco-Roman Egypt – Adam Łukaszewicz (chairman)

Egyptomania and reception of antiquity – Maria Helena Trindade Lopes & Renata-Gabriela Tatomir (chairwomen)

10.50 – 11.05 coffee break, Kołłątaja Hall

Room 1: Lustrzana Hall

Room 2: Staszic Hall

11.05 – 12.45

Archaeology – Agnieszka Mączyńska (chairwoman)

Egyptomania and reception of antiquity – Maria Helena Trindade Lopes (chairwoman)

11.05 – 11.30

Katarzyna Molga, Glazed Pottery from the site of Asyut al-Gharbi in Middle Egypt: an overview

Sue Kelly, Political Power: More Than a Title

11.30 – 11.55

Wojciech Ejsmond, Jakub Stępnik, Reconstruction of the tomb of Nomarch Ini from Gebelein

Massimo De Grassi, Egyptian themes in nineteenth-century decoration in Veneto

11.55 – 12.20

Veronika Dulíková, Mid-Fifth Dynasty burial of a child: the first archaeological evidence of the birth brick in ancient Egypt?

Thomas Lebée, Editing Egyptological works in the 19th century

12.20 – 12.45

Lucie Jirásková, Canopic jars as a social marker of the Old Kingdom society

Joanna Dębowska-Ludwin, The second life of obelisks – the Krakow’s perspective

12.45 – 14.30 lunch break

Room 1: Lustrzana Hall

Room 2: Staszic Hall

14.30 – 17.10

Archaeological sites – Ronaldo G. Gurgel Pereira (chairman)

Hybrid session – Katarzyna Kapiec (chairwoman)

14.30 – 14.55

Elena Panaite, The western face of the 2nd pylon in the temple of Amun in Karnak

Sam Powell, One of these things is not like the others: Changes in the composition of wooden funerary models post excavation

14.55 – 15.20

Lola Joyanes Díaz, Jaromir, Krejčí, Carmen Muñoz Gonzalez, The Sun as a phenomenon in the Old Kingdom architecture

Sue Thorpe, The message and the medium: interpreting the sources evidencing Tutankhamun’s religious restoration

15.20 – 15.45

Kacper Laube, Auguste Mariette and the Delta Site of Tell el-Moqdam (Leontopolis)

Nicolas Leroux, Some new textual corpora in Egyptian temples during the Graeco-Roman Period: elements of an ongoing research

15.45 – 16.00 coffee break, Kołłątaj Hall

Room 1: Lustrzana Hall

Archaeological sites – Wojciech Ejsmond (chairman)

Room 2: Staszic Hall

Hybrid session – Ewa Józefowicz (chairwoman)

16.00 – 16.25

Szymon Popławski, How did they build in Roman Egypt? Construction techniques from the el-Alamein area

Nourhan Adel Ahmed Mohamed, The Attitude Towards Animals in the Greco-Roman world: Political, Religious, and Artistic Aspect of the Nile Crocodile Outside Egypt

16.25 – 16.50

Massimiliano Nuzzolo, Sun Temples Project: New Archaeological Evidence from Abu Ghurab

Doaa El Shereef, The influence of the Ancient Egyptian myths on the Canaanite myths


Mladen Tomorad, Previously unpublished Egyptian material discovered in the Middle Dalmatia from the Archaeological Museum in Split

17.15 – 17.45

Conference closing ceremony, Lustrzana Hall