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The Fifth Delta Survey Workshop

The Fifth Delta Survey Workshop

6-4-2017 7-4-2017

Egypt Exploration Society and British Academy in collaboration with Ministry of Antiquities and BA Alexandria Center for Hellenistic Studies and cordially invite you to attend “The Fifth Delta Survey Workshop”

Entitled:

Legacy Projects, Current Research and Future Directions

 

which will take place on Thursday and Friday, 6–7  April 2017 at Bibliotheca Alexandrina Conference Center, Lecture Hall

Program

 

 


Course: Greek Mythology through Art and Archaeology

Course: Greek Mythology through Art and Archaeology

16-2-2017 22-4-2017

Alexandria Center for Hellenistic Studies cordially announces a Course entitled:

Greek Mythology through Art and Archaeology

 

by: Dr. Despina Angelakou

 

Starts Thursday, 2 February 2017

 

 

Course will be taught in English



Students Field trip to Fayoum

Students Field trip to Fayoum

13-1-2017 14-1-2017

Join Filed trip between Sources of the History of the Hellenistic Period and Hellenistic Architecture and the Topography of Alexandria to Dionysias, Karanis and Tebtunis.


The Decoration of the Temple of Repit in Athribis in Upper Egypt

The Decoration of the Temple of Repit in Athribis in Upper Egypt

4-10-2016

Alexandria Center for Hellenistic Studies Cordially invites you to attend a lecture entitled:

 

The Decoration of the Temple of Repit in Athribis in Upper Egypt

 

By: Professor Christian Leitz, Director of the Institute of Ancient Near Eastern Studies (IANES), 
University of Tübingen, Germany

 

Tuesday, 4 October 2016; 4:00‒6:00 pm

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Main Entrance, Auditorium.

Lecture: Open to the Public, The lecture will be in English

 


ARCHAEO DELTA: Archaeology & Landscape Exhibition

ARCHAEO DELTA: Archaeology & Landscape Exhibition

8-9-2016 30-9-2016

The aim of the Archaeo Delta project is to document archaeological excavations and sites in the Egyptian delta in a brand new context. It will be a combination and mixture of archaeology and landscape. Archaeology and the current landscape is by nature linked together. One of the major aims with the Archaeo Delta Art Project is to document archaeological sites in the Alexandria’s hinterland and the Egyptian western delta. The delta has many new sites which has never been proper documented. Other sites in Egypt will also be incorporated in the project!


The German Archaeological Mission in Athribis: New Discoveries of the last  large Ptolemaic Temple i

The German Archaeological Mission in Athribis: New Discoveries of the last large Ptolemaic Temple i

14-4-2016

This lecture is presenting the recent discoveries of the German Archaeological mission working in middle Egypt at the Ptolemaic temple of Athribi. The lecture will focus on the archaeological and topographical aspects of the work beside the new di...scovered inscriptions on the walls of the temple. Marcus Muller, the field director of the mission will be presenting the work on behave of the team of Tübingen University.


Realities of Life: A New Approach to Settlement Excavation (Aswan)

Realities of Life: A New Approach to Settlement Excavation (Aswan)

14-1-2016

The Lecture deals with the excavations of the German Archaeological Institute in Cairo and its cooperation partner, the Swiss Institute for Architecture and Archaeological Research on Ancient Egypt, on Elephantine Island in Aswan took place since1969. The investigations of the afore mentioned institutes, since gaining concession from the Supreme Council of Antiquities, concentrated mainly on the development of the architectural ground plans of the settlement as well as the study of the temples of Khnum and Satet.


Archaeological Sites in Behira “ Hidden Treasures”

Archaeological Sites in Behira “ Hidden Treasures”

16-6-2015

The workshop deals with the different aspects of Alexandria's Hinterland: Archaeology, history and topography of the Hellenistic Roman sites in Beheira. Three papers will discuss the recent works of the Italian mission in Beheira, while other speakers discuss the different discoveries in major sites and the relationship between Beheira and Alexandria in antiquity.


Starting our New Fall Semester 2012

Starting our New Fall Semester 2012

18-5-2015

Kindly note that the Fall Semester 2012 will start in September 2012.  Please start registering now on the following website:www.bibalex.org/hellenisticstudies .

Deadline to register for this Semester is on 30th of August 2012.

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