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Egyptology: Women in Ancient Egypt

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Journey to ancient Egypt without leaving your home, with u3a Subject Advisor for Egyptology, Neil Stevenson

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Following the success of his previous presentations, Neil brings u3a members another fascinating glimpse into ancient Egyptian history.

Women in Ancient Egypt

In this talk, we explore the role of women as goddesses, rulers, queens and ordinary Egyptian women

This presentation is intended for any u3a member interested in Egyptology. No prior knowledge is required.

A little about Neil:

Neil first became interested in Ancient Egypt in 1986 during a business trip to Cairo. Since then he has made over 40 visits to Egypt, the most recent being in December 2019

He has successfully completed five continuing education courses at Liverpool University covering various aspects of Egyptology.

He is a member of The Egyptian Exploration Society, and a Friend of The Petrie Museum and was a founder member of Horus Egyptology Society in Wigan, one of the largest and most successful Ancient Egypt societies in the UK.

He leads and lectures at Upholland and District u3a Egyptology Group and has run residential courses in Egyptology for u3a members. He has also led four u3a study trips to Egypt.

Neil is also the Trustee for North West of England. Members can read more on Neil's Subject Advisor page

All u3s events are for members only.

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