Presidential Lecture
Christmas buffet

Auctions and X-rays:
animal mummies in Liverpool
Dr Ashley Cooke  

Monday December 11th , 2pm 

World Museum has one of the UK's largest collections of mummified animals. This talk will focus on recent studies of the collection, why the ancient Egyptians mummified animals, and how 19.5 tons of mummified cats were shipped to Liverpool in 1890 to be crushed up for use as fertiliser.

Next Years

We have an exciting and diverse series of lectures in 2024
covering a wide range of topics and these are listed below
We are having two Zoom on-line meeting in April & Sept


January 8th, 2pm
Tree Goddesses in Ancient Egypt
Dr Joanne Backhouse

February 12th, 2pm 
Paddle Dolls in Ancient Egypt : Gaudy or Godly?
Megan Clarke

March 11th, 2pm
Creatures of the Nile
Dr Gina Criscenzo-Laycock

Wednesday April 3rd Zoom 7pm
Wherever I Lay my Hat : The Grand Hotels of Egypt
Lee Young

13th May, 2pm
The Afterlives of Senenmut
Dr Campbell Price

June 10th, 2pm
'Nilotic' Scenes in the Art of the Prehistoric Aegean : Egyptian, Egyptianizing or Pure Pastiche?
Dr Gina Muskett

July 8th, 2pm
Egyptian International Relations in the Reign of Merenptah
Dr  Roland Enmarch

August 12th, 2pm
The Assyrian Conquests of Egypt
Neil Stevenson

Wednesday Sept 4th Zoom 7pm
‘Better than the British Museum’
the Egyptian Collection of Sir Henry Wellcome
Dr Ken Griffin

October 14th, 2pm
Coffins, Masks and Mummy Cases of Greco-Roman Egypt
Dr Judith Corbelli

November 11th , 2pm 
To be confirmed
Claire Ollett

December 9th , 2pm
AGM, Presidential Lecture & Christmas buffet
Dr Ashley Cooke  

At each Society meeting held in Mayer Hall a selection of Egyptology books is available for sale at very reasonable prices.