2010. augusztus 24., kedd

Konferencia-program: Egypt and the Near East

Minthogy a jövő héten sorra kerülő prágai "Egypt and the Near East" konferencia programja még mindig nem jelent meg a honlapjukon, ideiktatom az előzetes (hétfői állapotot tükröző) változatot:

Egypt and the Near East - The Crossroads
International Workshop on the Relations between Egypt and the Near East in the Bronze Age
Prága, szeptember 1-3.

Szeptember 1.
9:15–10:00 Keynote lecture I: Pierre De Miroschedji: “The interaction between Egypt and the Levant during the 4th and 3rd millennium BCE”
10:00–10:30 Gavin Smith: “Political change in the late Predynastic and Protodynastic of ancient Egypt”

11:00–11:30 Marcin Czarnowicz: “Between core and periphery – early contacts between Egypt and Palestine in a light of excavations at Tell el-Farkha, Eastern Nile Delta”
11:30–12:00 E. Christiana Köhler: “Levantine Early Bronze II and III ceramic imports at Helwan”

14:00–14:30 Anna Wodzinska - Mary F. Ownby: “Levantine combed ware in the context of the Heit el-Ghurab settlement at Giza – late 4th Dynasty (Early Bronze III)”
14:30–15:00 Teodozja Rzeuska: “Levantine Early Bronze Age III pottery from West Saqqara”
15:00–15:30 Christian Knoblauch: “Egypt and the Levant in the late Old Kingdom: A view from Upper Egypt”

15:30–16:00 Bettina Bader: “Contacts between Egypt and the Levant as seen in an unplanned settlement of the late Middle Kingdom at Tell el-Dab‘a/Egypt”
16:00–16:30 Miriam Müller: “Life Abroad – Tradition and Acculturation on Egyptian Ground”

Szeptember 2.

9:00–9:45 Keynote lecture II: Mohamed Abd El-Maksoud: “New Discoveries in the Way of Horus in North Sinai”
9:45–10:15 Alexander Ahrens: “A Stone Vessel with Hieroglyphic Inscription from Tomb VII at Tell Mišrife/Qaṭna (Syria): Yet Another Object Naming a Princess of the Middle Kingdom (12th Dynasty) in the Northern Levant”

10:45–11:15 Petra Maríková Vlcková: “The so-called Brussels group of execration texts set in context”
11:15–11:45 Daphna Ben-Tor: “Political Implications of New Kingdom Scarabs in Palestine during the Reigns of Tuthmosis III and Ramesses II”

14:00–14:45 Keynote lecture III: Anson F. Rainey: “The Role of Akkadian in the Decipherment of the Ancient Hebrew Verbal System”
14:45–15:15 Hanadah Tarawneh: “The Amarna Letters: two languages, two worlds and two dialogues”
15:15–15:45 Violetta Cordani: “Aziru’s Journey to Egypt and Its Chronological Value”

16:15–16:45 Alexander Ahrens: “Vassals and Vessels? A Clay Sealing with the Throne Name of Amenhotep IV–Akhenaten from the Royal Palace at Tell Mišrife/Qaṭna (Syria)”
16:45–17:15 Florian Lippke: “Crossroads in the Southern Levant. Egypt and the Near East from Middle Bronze to Early Iron Arge regarding texts, images and architecture from Jerusalem and other places.”
17:15–17:45 Diana Liesegang: “Egypt and Hatti in the mirror of Art and Word; the Battle of Kadesh and her royal iconic programme – between historical truth and royal propaganda”

Szeptember 3.

9:00–9:45 Keynote lecture IV: Jared L. Miller - Elena Devecchi: “Hittite-Egyptian Synchronisms and their Consequences for Ancient Near Eastern Chronology”
9:45–10:15 Matthias Müller: “Egyptian Akkadian as an Interlanguage Language”

10:45–11:15 Zsolt Simon: “The Identification of Qode. Reconsidering the Evidence.”
11:15–11:45 Jana Mynárová: “The Silver Treaty and Its Impact on the Ramesside Royal Titulary”

14:00–14:30 Joachim Bretschneider: “Gibala and the East Mediterranean: A multidisciplinary research project investigating cultural interaction between Tell Tweini and the East Mediterranean in the Bronze and Iron Ages”
14:30–15:00 Christopher Brinker: “Are you serious? Are you joking?”: Wenamun’s Misfortune at Dor in its Ancient Near Eastern Legal Context

15:30–16:00 R. Gareth Roberts: “Egyptians, Philistines, and the bias of hindsight”
16:00–16:30 Silvie Zamazalová: “Egypt, Kush and Assyria in the 8th century B.C.

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