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December 2, 2021 (IV Peret 19)
Contents: (I) New: Lectures and symposiums (II) New: Exhibitions (III) Personals: personal and offtopic calls (IV) Read on the Web: online press reports in electronic newspapers etc. (V) Books and Journals Corner: book announcements, book reviews, journal issues appearing, digitised literature, etc. (VIA) Jobs and Grants: announcements of job openings and fellowships. (VIB) Courses and Trips: classroom & online courses, field schools, and non-commercial tours. (VII) (Multi)media: AE on TV, in Film, in Music, on CD-Rom or DVD (VIII) Websites: announcing, listing or updates of whole (mainstream) websites (IX) Lectures and symposiums on Ancient Egypt Virtual Lectures and Conferences (mostly via Zoom) (all countries) Non-virtual events (per country): USA, Canada, UK, Netherlands, Germany, Vatican City, Egypt, Italy, France, Sweden, Belgium, Spain, Australia, Denmark, Switzerland, Greece, Austria, Poland, Slovakia, China, Czech Republic, Argentina, Japan, South Africa (X) Exhibitions on Ancient Egypt USA, Canada, UK, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Egypt, Italy, France, Vatican City, Belgium, Spain, Australia, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Finland, Estonia, Denmark, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Japan, Portugal, Brazil, Russia, Israel, Korea, China, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates Notes: * Sections IX to XII contain the bulk of still current info from earlier issues (these sections are absent from the email version of the newsletter), while sections I to VIII contain new or adjusted information. * Of items marked with #, you can request from me the often longer announcement on which my summary was based. * Items marked with & are topics from earlier issues that linger on a bit (for irregular visitors of this site) or that were already on the EEF forum itself. * The double date in the header above is based on an accurate extrapolation from antiquity of the Ancient Egyptian (AE) Civil Calendar (365 days, wandering through the seasons, not determined by Sothis). * Time zones for watching virtal lectures (abbreviations and conversions): URL * Please send any contributions and additions to: A.K. Eyma * Thanks for this week's events information go to: Claire Gilmour [(I) - VL (p)]; Kyra Gospodar [(I) - VL (s)]; Anita Bokor [(I) - VL (s)]; Ingrid van Sprakelaar [(II) - Germany (q), France (d), Belgium (b)(f)]; Kat Newkirk [(I) - USA (l), UAE (a)]; Michael Tilgner [(II) - UK (a), Egypt (d)] ================================================================== +++ (I) NEW: LECTURES AND SYMPOSIUMS [Most lecture programs will be temporarily suspended of have gone virtual; an overview of virtual lectures open to everyone wherever located is stored here] --VIRTUAL CONFERENCES & LECTURES-- [update] f) Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst Gabelsbergerstraße 35, München * Online (Zoom) conference: "Perspectives on the Ramesside Military System" date: 10-11 December 2021 [3rd postponement; was: 2-3 July 2021] [2nd postponement; was: 27-28 November 2020] [1st postponement; was: May 29-30, 2020] [new] place: became virtual [was: Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst] [new] info: registration at email info: preliminary program at URL m) Ägyptisches Museum Georg Steindorff, Leipzig * Online (Zoom) lecture: "Neues aus Heliopolis. Ägyptisch-deutsche Ausgrabungen im August-Oktober 2021 im Sonnentempel von Matariya/ Kairo", by Florence Langermann and Prof. Dietrich Raue date: 14 December 2021; 18:15 info: Zoom-meeting at URL Meeting-ID: 686 3042 5417 ID code: 404149 p) Egyptology Scotland * Online (Zoom) Lecture: The Ian Mathieson Memorial Lecture: "Assistant-scribe to manager and organizer: the Scribe of the Tomb Dhutmose", by Dr. Robert J. Demaree date: Saturday, 11th December 2021; 14:00 GMT costs: £4 members; £6 non-members info: abstract and tickets at URL info: email s) German Archaeological Institute Cairo * Online (Zoom) lecture: "Between Plan and Reality: The Lepsius Cemetery in Dahshur", by Anna Grünberg date: Tuesday, 7 December 2021; 6 pm Cairo time (17:00 Berlin time) info: abstract at URL info: Zoom link (no registration needed) at URL Meeting ID: 453 062 0620 Passcode: 894036 * Online (Zoom) lecture: Lepsius Day event: "The last millennium in the city of Buto, from the pottery workshop to the settlement. A regional center in the Delta from the Macedonian conquest to the Byzantine-Islamic transition?", by Prof. Dr. Pascale Ballet (Université Paris Nanterre / IFAO) date: Tuesday, 14 of December 2021; 6 pm Cairo time (17:00 Berlin time) info: abstract at URL info: Zoom-link (no registration needed) at URL Meeting-ID: 965 3270 8473 Code: 093981 --- For previously listed lectures and conferences, see section IX below. +++ (II) NEW: EXHIBITIONS --USA-- [update] l) Houston Museum of Natural Science 5555 Hermann Park Dr., Houston, Texas 77030 * "Ramses The Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs" date: November 20, 2021 - May 23, 2022 [new] info: English press reports at URL With photos of "some of the coolest things to see". URL URL With photos of the opening. --UNITED KINGDOM-- a) British Museum Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG * "Decoding hieroglyphs (working title)" date: October 2022 - February 2023 Exhibition that looks at how hieroglyphs were deciphered and what the impact was on our understanding of ancient Egypt. info: source - URL --GERMANY-– q) Neues Museum Besuchereingang James-Simon-Galerie Bodestraße, 10178 Berlin URL * “Abenteuer am Nil. Preußen und die Ägyptologie 1842-45” date: 2 September 2022 – 7 March 2023 Exhibition about the Royal Prussian Expedition to Egypt and Ethiopia (1842–1845/6), and its influence on Egyptology. info: URL --EGYPT-- c) Luxor Museum of Ancient Egyptian Art Corniche El-Nil, Luxor * "Treasures of Vizier Anmenhotep-Huy" date: 12 December 2021 - 12 December 2022 Exhibition highlighting the work of Proyecto Visir Amen-Hotep Huy, illustrated by 155 discovered artefacts. info: video at URL d) Nubian Museum Aswan * "Una década de excavaciones en Qubbet el-Hawa. Los resultados de la Universidad de Jaén" [A decade of excavations in Quebbet el-Hawa. The results of the University of Jaén] date: 25 November 2021 - TBA, 2023 Exhibition highlighting the work of Proyecto Qubbet el-Hawa, illustrated by 300 discovered artefacts. info: Spanish press release at URL info: Spanish press reports at URL URL --FRANCE-– [update] d) Mucem - Musée des civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée 7 promenade Robert Laffont (esplanade du J4), 13002 Marseille * “Pharaons Superstars” [new] date: 22 [was: TBA] June 2022 - 17 [was: TBA] October 2022 info: URL * "Alexandria: Futurs Antérieurs" [Alexandria: Past Futures] [was: "Alexandria: un rêve devenu ville”] date: 8 February 2023 – 8 May 2023 [new] info: URL --BELGIUM-- [update] b) Bozar. Palais des Beaux-Arts Rue Ravenstein 23, 1000 Bruxelles * "Alexandria: Futurs Antérieurs" [Alexandria: Past Futures] [was: "Alexandria: un rêve devenu ville”] date: 23 September 2022 – 8 Januari 2023 Exhibition about ancient Alexandria from the 4th century BC to the 4th century AD; with ca. 200 artefacts on display. [new] info: URL [new] info: URL [update] f) Tour & Taxis Avenue du Port 86C, B-1000 Bruxelles * "Toutankhamon, sa tombe et ses trésors" [Tuthankhamun: His tomb and his treasures] [new] date: 25 [was: TBA] July 2022 - TBA, 2022 info: URL [The ticket shop thusfar gives 4 September 2022 as final date. AKE] --UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-- [update] a) Sharjah Archaeology Museum Sheikh Rashid Bin Saqr Al Qasimi St - Dasman - Sharjah * "Deir El-Medina, Pharaohs Artists Village" date: November 10, 2021 - August 31, 2022 [new] info: English press report at URL Short promo video at URL --- For previously listed exhibitions, see section X below. ++ (III) PERSONALS AND ADMIN NOTES [As you might guess, a "Personal" is exactly that: unlike with the others sections, entries are not necessarily in accord with the scope (mainstream Egyptology) of EEF. They usually are not in the Website version.] +++ (IV) READ ON THE WEB 747 --NEWSPAPER REPORTS ONLINE--- [Submitted by Michael Tilgner] * Press release: "UAB researchers reveal new secrets found at the tomb of Imephor, high priest of Ancient Egypt" URL "The rescue dig conducted by a UAB research team in Saqqara has shed light on a series of new remains from the necropolis of Kom el-Khamaseen. This has led scientists to be able to form an initial proposal of what the tomb of High Priest of Memphis Imephor looked like over 4000 years ago. More than 400 stone blocks were identified, probably pertaining to two mastaba tombs or funerary constructions, 50 of which contained important inscriptions and reliefs related to the high priest. In Imephor’s burial temple, scientists discovered a fully intact foundation deposit with 60 small ceramic pots, 2 alabaster plates and 5 stone grinders, which would have been placed at the foundations of the building to provide divine protection of the body. (..)" With more details from a lecture by the mission's director, Dr Josep Cervelló. -- English press reports: URL URL -- Spanish press reports: URL URL URL URL URL -- The mission's website: URL [Next nine items submitted by Kat Newkirk] * Press report: "Egypt launches e-ticketing system for Karnak and Luxor temples" URL -- Another English press report: URL * Press report: "3,500 years ago in ancient Egypt, this basic material [i.e., glass] was treasure" URL "The material’s rich history is being traced using modern archaeology and materials science. (..)" -- idem: "The ancient origins of glass" URL * Press report: "Engagement for heritage" URL "Last month’s Alexandria Heritage Days were a successful example of how the wider public can engage with local and national heritage (...)." * Press report: "Why did ancient Egyptian pharaohs stop building pyramids? URL With comments by several Egyptologists. * Press report: "Beinecke Library digitally reconstructs ancient papyrus" URL "After two sections of a papyrus roll were separated for more than a century, curators at Yale’s Beinecke Library and the British Library, the national library of the United Kingdom, collaborated to digitally reunite the fragments. The two fragments constitute a portion of the Acta Appiani, the Acts of Appian, which form part of a broader body of literature known as the Acta Alexandrinorum, the Acts of the Alexandrian Martyrs. (..)" * Press report: "Ancient Egypt breakthrough after culprits behind 'violently desecrated' tomb identified" URL "(...) In 2011, researchers came across another, as of yet undiscovered tomb in the valley. Named KV64, it has since proved to be one of Ancient Egypt's most enigmatic relics. A small tomb, it contained the remains of two people buried 500 years apart. One inhabitant was Nehmes Bastet, a high-ranking temple singer. But the identity of the occupant of the first tomb, who was buried first, remains unknown. What is known is that the remains were female, and so the owner must have been a high-ranking priestess or queen, with many claiming that she was in some way connected to Egypt's royalty. The mystery was explored during the Smithsonian Channel's documentary, 'Unlocked: Egypt's Lost Princess'. (..)" * Press report: "Hope Givers Foundation honours Egyptologist Ali Abu Dashish" URL * Press report: "Egyptian Blue: A Hue That Made History" URL * Press report: "In preparing for disasters, museums face tough choices" URL About “salvage planning" for museums, with “priority lists”, i.e. "lists of holdings that—when the fire starts to burn, the floodwaters rise or the terrorist bomb explodes—will be saved first." [Next five items submitted by Michael Tilgner] * Press report: "A história por trás de uma das múmias mais curiosas do Egito" URL "Um médico britânico fez uma doação inusitada ao Museu Maidstone, em Kent, no Reino Unido, há quase um século. Ele decidiu oferecer à instituição uma múmia egípcia guardada em um sarcófago que pesquisadores acreditaram pertencer a um falcão. (...) Até pesquisadores da instituição, liderados por Nelson, decidirem examinar a múmia usando uma micro-tomografia computadorizada. Somente a partir disso foi possível perceber que não se tratava de um pássaro embalsamado, mas sim de um humano. O estudo revelou que aquele era o corpo mumificado de um menino natimorto que sofria de anencefalia. (..)" About the Maidstone Museum's "falcon mummy" that proved to be the mummy of a child. * Press report: "Il direttore Greco: 'Entro cinque anni abolirò il biglietto d’ingresso al museo egizio di Torino'" URL Interview with Christian Greco, director of the Museo Egizio, Turin. * Press report: "Nueve Arcos, la expresión egipcia para referirse a extranjeros y enemigos" URL About the ancient Egyptian concept of the "Nine Bows". * Press report: "Imhotep, el visir que fue el primer ingeniero y arquitecto de la Historia" URL About Imhotep. * Press report: "Ein Berliner Archäologe will Handel mit Kulturraub verhindern - mit einem Brettspiel" URL "(..) Deshalb will der Archäologe [Robert Kuhn] zusammen mit dem Team des interdisziplinären Forschungsprojekts 'Saving Antiquities' über Kultur- und Kunstraub aufklären. Er will bewirken, dass jeder Einzelne im Urlaub kritisch über Kunstmärkte läuft und erwägt, dass die schöne Keramikvase vielleicht aus einer Raubgrabung stammen könnte. (...) Um aufzuklären, hat Kuhn zusammen mit Ideengeberin Henrike Simon von der Humboldt-Universität das Brettspiel 'Taskforce Saving Antiquities' entwickelt. (...) Im Januar soll es das Brettspiel 'Taskforce Saving Antiquities' auch auf Englisch geben." -- See also: "A New Board Game on Protecting Cultural Property – Taskforce: Saving Antiquities" URL "Taskforce: Saving Antiquities is a cooperative board game that simulates the scope of action and decision-making structures fundamental to working with cultural assets and artefacts. By playing the game, players learn about complex processes ranging from preservation to restitution." -- Website of "Saving Antiquities" URL --Follow-ups-- [Submitted by Kat Newkirk and Michael Tilgner] * Some more English press reports about the recent finds in a garbage dump belonging to a Hathor chapel connected to the Temple of Hatshepsut complex: URL "Figurines of deities and priests as well as vessels with a breast motif are among several hundred items discovered by archaeologists at an ancient garbage dump in Egypt. Polish researchers at the Temple of Hatshepsut in Luxor in the south of the country, came across the extraordinary find while working on the reconstruction of the 3,500-year-old Chapel of the Goddess Hathor. (..)" URL URL --MISCELLANEOUS-- * New entries at the blog of the Middle Kingdom Theban Project (Universidad de Alcalá expedition to Deir el-Bahari and Asasif): -- "Dig Diary 2021, 25-30 November" [in English or Spanish] URL * New entries at the blog of the Proyecto Visir Amen-Hotep Huy: -- "Dig Diary 2021, 21-22 November 2021" [in Spanish] URL * New entry at the blog of Manchester Museum, by Dr Campbell Price: -- "The Authenticity of a Lizard-Shaped Predynastic Palette (Acc. No. 5474) [- guest post by Matt Szafran]" (Nov 26) URL * New entry at the "Egypt Centre Collection" blog of Dr Ken Griffin: -- "A Canopic Jar for Psamtek, son of Iahweben" (Nov 29) URL * New entry at the Digital Epigraphy blog: -- "The Book of the Dead in 3D. Digital Analysis, Visualization and Dissemination of the Funerary Culture of Ancient Egypt [- written by Rita Lucarelli]" (Nov 26) URL +++ (V) BOOK CORNER --NEW (PAPER) BOOK RELEASES-- * Susanne Bickel (ed.), Räuber – Priester – Königskinder. Die Gräber KV 40 und KV 64 im Tal der Könige. Vol. 1: Die beschrifteten Objekte der 18. Dynastie und die Keramik. (Swiss Egyptological Studies, 2.1). Librum Publishers, 2021. Hb, 542 pp. ISBN 978-3-906897-32-5. EUR 68.50. URL "Das University of Basel Kings’ Valley Project erforscht mehrere undekorierte und somit nicht für Pharaonen vorgesehene Gräber im Tal der Könige. Besonders ergebnisreich waren bisher die beiden Schachtgräber KV 40 und KV 64, das erst 2011 / 2012 entdeckt wurde. Trotz intensiver Plünderung der Grabanlagen kann anhand der Befunde eine komplexe Nutzungs- und Beraubungsgeschichte rekonstruiert werden, die von der Mitte der 18. Dynastie bis zum Ende der Dritten Zwischenzeit reicht. Im vorliegenden Band werden alle beschrifteten Objekte der 18. Dynastie vorgestellt: Holztäfelchen, Gefässaufschriften, Siegel und Kanopen sowie die Keramik. (..)" N.B. The book is also available in Open Access! See URL * Julia Dorothea Preisigke-Borsian, Bittplätze an ägyptischen Tempeln vom 7. Jahrhundert v. Chr. bis zum 4. Jahrhundert n. Chr. Ihre Architektur, Zugänglichkeit, Ausstattung und Bedeutung. (Ägypten und Altes Testament 102). Zaphon Verlag, 2021. Hb, 520 pp. ISBN 978-3-96327-076-5. EUR 160,00. TOC at URL "„Bittplätze“ sind architektonische Strukturen an peripheren Arealen ägyptischer Tempel: An Umfassungsmauern und Toren, in den Höfen und den Tempelvorplätzen, aber auch in den Arealen hinter den Tempeln, die von Borchardt 1933 als „Gegentempel“ bezeichnet wurden. Diese sind meist durch offizielle Stellen geplant und angelegt worden. (..) Die Bittplätze können im Niltal bereits seit der 18. Dynastie unter Thutmosis I. nachgewiesen werden, während sie in den westlichen Oasen erst seit der 25. / 26. Dynastie belegt sind. Sie werden insgesamt bis in die griechisch-römische Zeit gebaut und genutzt. (..) In den 43 Katalogeinträgen werden insgesamt 59 Tempel detailliert besprochen und nach ihrem Standort in bestimmten Regionen geordnet. (..)" * Martina Ullmann, Gabriele Pieke, Friedhelm Hoffmann, Christian Bayer (eds.), Up and Down the Nile – ägyptologische Studien für Regine Schulz. (Ägypten und Altes Testament 97). Zaphon Verlag, 2021. Hb, 322 pp. ISBN 978-3-96327-084-0. EUR 115,00. TOC at URL "The Festschrift for the Egyptologist Regine Schulz, director of the Roemer- und Pelizaeus Museum (Hildesheim), brings together 29 contributions that represent the broad spectrum of the current state of Egyptology. (..)" * Garry J Shaw, The Treasures of Tutankhamun. Thames & Hudson, 2021. Hb, 192 pp., 92 ills. ISBN 9780500052181. GBP 12.99. TOC at URL "This compact, beautifully illustrated book brings to life the greatest treasures from the tomb of Tutankhamun. Fifty of the most important objects discovered in the tomb are accompanied by short, easy-to-understand texts (..)" * Nikola D. Bellucci, I reperti e i motivi egizi ed egittizzanti a Pompei. Indagine preliminare per una loro contestualizzazione. (Archaeopress Roman Archaeology 83). Archaeopress, 2021. Pb, 596 pp., 51 figs., 63 plts. Paper, ISBN 9781789699241, GBP 65.00; e-book, ISBN 9781789699258, GBP 16.00. TOC at URL "The book (Italian text) presents a synthesis of Nikola Belluci’s research on Egyptian and Egyptianizing material from Pompeii (...) and provides a first up to date corpus of Egyptian and Egyptianizing subjects and finds from Pompeii. (..)" [Next two items submitted by Michael Tilgner] * Hans-W. Fischer-Elfert, Grundzüge einer Geschichte des Hieratischen, Band I. (Einführungen und Quellentexte zur Ägyptologie, vol. 14). LIT Verlag, Münster, 2021. Pb., 744 pp. ISBN 978-3-643-15014-1. EUR 39.90. URL "Hieratisch als Kursive der altägyptischen Hieroglyphenschrift erstreckt sich über einen Zeitraum von der 2. Dynastie bis in die spätrömische Kaiserzeit, somit über knapp drei Jahrtausende. Dabei unterliegt sie einer enormen Veränderung im Gesamtschriftbild wie auch in den einzelnen Zeichen und Ligaturen. Ihrer Paläographie kommt eine entscheidende Bedeutung bei der Grobdatierung der einzelnen Texte und Handschriften zu. Die Vielfalt an Kursiven innerhalb von Gattungsgrenzen und über Gattungen hinweg kommt ebenfalls zur Sprache. Vorliegender Überblick versteht sich als erstmaliger Gesamtüberblick über diesen nicht selten auch kalligraphisch daherkommenden Zweig pharaonischer Schriftgeschichte." -- Sample pages: URL * Sophie Möschen, Hieratische Chrestomathie, Teil I: Altes und Mittleres Reich. (Einführungen und Quellentexte zur Ägyptologie, vol. 15). LIT Verlag, Münster, 2021. Pb., 332 pp. ISBN 978-3-643-15021-9. EUR 29.90 URL "Mit der hier vorliegenden Chrestomathie wird ein strukturiertes Hilfsmittel für den Erwerb Hieratischer Lesekompetenz durch Selbststudium oder im Unterricht vorgelegt. In zwölf Kapiteln werden ausgewählte hieratische Textzeugen des Alten und Mittleren Reiches eingeordnet und mit didaktisch aufbereiteten Lesehilfen und Sekundärliteratur versehen. Neben den Basiszeichen- listen für häufige Hieratogramme sorgt die ausführliche Suchliste für Orientierung. Eine Auswahl von Übungen und Methoden inkl. Lösungsvorschlägen und ein Glossar vervollständigen den Band, der sich als Praxisteil zu den Grundzügen einer Geschichte des Hieratischen von H.-W. Fischer-Elfert versteht." -- Sample pages: URL --DIGITIZED BOOKS & ONLINE THESES-- * TBA --NEW ISSUES OF (PAPER) JOURNALS & MAGAZINES-- * The TOC of the latest issue of the Bulletin of ASOR, vol. 386 (November 2021), is online at URL Among the articles [only abstract for free]: -- Karin Sowada, Mary Ownby, and Miroslav Bárta, "The Origin of Imported Jars from 6th Dynasty Abusir: New Light on Early Bronze Age Egyptian- Levantine Relations", pp. 221–236 --DIGITIZED JOURNAL ARTICLES & ONLINE PAPERS-- * New additions to the Propylaeum-DOK repository: -- Engel, Eva-Maria (2004) The domain of Semerkhet. In: Hendrickx, S. ; Friedman, R.F. ; Cialowicz, K.M. ; Chlodnicki, M. (Hrsgg.): Egypt at its Origins. Studies in Memory of Barbara Adams. 2004, pp. 705-710 (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta ; 138) URL -- Engel, Eva-Maria (1997) Abydos, Umm el-Qa'ab. Grab des Chasechemui. In: Bulletin de Liaison du groupe international d'étude de la ceramique égyptienne, XX (1997), pp. 25-28 URL -- Engel, Eva-Maria (2008) The royal tombs at Umm el-Qa'ab. In: Archéo-Nil, 18 (2008), pp. 30-41 URL * The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities Newsletter of October 2021 is online: URL --MISCELLANEOUS-- * TBA +++ (VIA) JOBS AND GRANTS ---JOB OPENINGS--- [# = You may request from the editor the often longer announcement of an individual job opening on which the below summaries were based.] [New announcements are placed on top of the list, without (&).] * The Meret-Neith project of the German Archaeological Institute in Cairo and the University of Vienna offers a Post.Doc. position (75% FTE) based at the Institute for Egyptology/University of Vienna in Austria for two years. (..). Application deadline: January 15th, 2022. URL * (&) Bij de afdeling Collecties en Onderzoek van het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden, zijn we per 15 januari 2022 op zoek naar een Assistent-restaurator papyrus De assistent-restaurator consolideert en restaureert de papyrus van Qenna. [The National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden is looking for an Assistant papyrus-restorer, to work on the Papyrus of Qena. (#)] Application deadline: 1 December 2021. URL * (&) An der Fakultät für Geschichte, Kunst- und Regionalwissenschaften, Ägyptisches Museum – Georg Steindorff – ist ab dem 1. Oktober 2022 vorbehaltlich der Stellenverfügbarkeit die Stelle des Wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiters als Kustos (m/w/d) zu besetzen. (...) Voraussetzungen: Studium der Ägyptologie und herausragende Promotion im Bereich der altägyptischen Kulturgeschichte (mind. magna cum laude) (...) The deadline for applications is 10 December 2021. URL * (&) The Statens Museer För Världskultur (National Museums of World Culture) in Stockholm is looking for a Curator (focus on the cultural heritage of the Mediterranean region). The deadline for applications is 30 November 2021. URL * (&) The Department of Archaeology, Classics & Egyptology, at the University of Liverpool, has an opening for a Postdoctoral Research Associate, Project "Biodiversity in Egyptian Archaeology during Societal Transitions" Deadline for applications: 03 December 2021 URL ---GRANTS & SCHOLARSHIPS--- [# = You may request from the editor the often longer announcement on which the below summaries were based.] * (&) The Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten (NINO) annually awards two prizes to the best BA and (res)MA thesis on the ancient Near East (incl. Egypt) at a Dutch university in the current academic year. A call for submissions is open from 1 June to 1 October each year. URL * (&) Overview of NINO Funding Opportunities aimed at students/ researchers of the Ancient Near East incl. Egypt (Mobility Grants, Conference and Fieldwork Subsidies, etc). URL --AWARDS, PRIZES & CONTESTS-- * (&) ASTENE Postgraduate Research Competition The Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East (ASTENE) invites proposals for the inaugural Postgraduate Research Competition. This competition is intended to reward the most promising and engaging research in the interdisciplinary and cross-period fields of Near Eastern studies and travel history. For full details, see the Call for Papers at URL --VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES-- * TBA +++ (VIB) NEW: COURSES AND TRIPS --COURSES-- * TBA --FIELD SCHOOLS-- * TBA --TRIPS&TOURS-- * TBA +++ (VII) (MULTI)MEDIA --TV&RADIO-- [Submitted by Michael Tilgner] * German TV: -- Arte, December 5, 2021, 06:40-08:15 "Die 1.000 Frauen des Pharao" -- Phoenix, December 8, 2021, 20:15-21:00; December 9, 2021, 00:45-01:30; 07:30-08:15 and 18:30-19:15 "Mythos Nil (1): Im Land der tausend Quellen" -- Phoenix, December 8, 2021, 21:00-21:45; December 9, 2021, 01:30-02:15; 08:15-09:00 and 19:15-20:00 "Mythos Nil (2): Über Stromschnellen in die Wüste" -- ARD-alpha, December 9, 2021, 20:15-21:00; December 10, 2021, 15:30-16:15 "Mythos Nil (1): Im Land der tausend Quellen" -- ARD-alpha, December 9, 2021, 21:00-21:45 "Mythos Nil (2): Über Stromschnellen in die Wüste" * Dutch & Belgian TV: -- National Geographic, 5 December 2021; 22:35-23:35 "Lost Treasures of Egypt: Legend of the Pyramid Kings" -- National Geographic, 6 December 2021; 21:00-22:00 "Lost Treasures of Egypt: Ramses' rise to power" --DVDs & CDROMS-- * TBA --SOFTWARE & APPS-- * WebGlyph, a free Web version of GLYPH URL In the summer of 2021 a new version of the hieroglyphic text processor GLYPH was launched. It is entirely web-based and will be freely available (general access code is: username *guest*, password *guest*). * (&) Serge Rosmorduc has just released version 7.4.2 of JSesh. It offers a more powerful search system. As usual, it can be downloaded from URL * (&) The Unicode font New Athena Unicode (URL) now supports the new Unicode 12.0 characters U+A7BC - LATIN CAPITAL LETTER GLOTTAL I U+A7BD - LATIN SMALL LETTER GLOTTAL I alias "Egyptological Yod" (URL). Cf. the table in Egyptological Transliteration in Unicode, PID: URL. --ONLINE AUDIO&VIDEO-- * Video of an e-lecture organized by ARCE: -- "The Road to Tutankhamun: Records of Exploration and Excavation in 19th and early 20th Century Personal Archives", by Dr. Sarah Ketchley (November 20, 2021) [1 h 21 mins.] URL * Video of a lecture at the Museo Egizio, Torino: -- "From the basement to the archaeological fieldwork: rediscovering Deir el-Medina woodcraft from a comprehensive study", by Dr. Gersande Eschenbrenner-Diemer (30 November 2021) [1 h] URL --MUSIC & THEATRE--- * TBA +++ (VIII) WEBSITES * TBA +++ [End of new weekly additions] ========================================================================= [Overview of still current older material follows below] +++ (IX) LECTURES AND SYMPOSIUMS --VIRTUAL LECTURES AND CONFERENCES (mostly via ZOOM)--- [International conferences are listed first, followed by local lectures.] a) Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten (NINO) * Online (Zoom) conference: 2nd Annual NINO Postdoctoral Fellowship Conference "Making and Experiencing Graffiti in Ancient and Late Antique Egypt and Sudan" date: 15 - 17 December 2021 costs: free of charge info: program, abstracts, and registration at URL b) The Egypt Exploration Society AND Swansea University AND The Egypt Centre * Online (and hybrid) conference: "The Sixth EES Congress (EESCon6)" date: September, 2022 info: URL info: Call for Papers at URL c) AOROC (Archéologie et Philologie d’Orient et d’Occident) EPHE - PSL (Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes - Paris Sciences et Lettres) * Online conference: Colloque international "Les félins dans l’Égypte ancienne" date: 11-25 November 2021 (every Thursday) info: URL info: registration at URL [new] info: program at URL d) Egypt Exploration Society * Online Study Day (Zoom): "The Nile Valley: Ancient Egyptian Cultural and Conceptual Landscapes" with Carl Graves, Angus Graham and Janet Richards date: Saturday 4th December 2021; 12:00-15:30 (UK) costs: EES members: £20; Student EES members: £10; Non-member: £25 info: program and booking at URL e) - f) - g) - h) - i) - j) - k) - l) - m) - n) - o) ARCE / Northern California Chapter * Online (Zoom) lecture: "'Backwater Puritans'? Racism, Egyptological stereotypes and the intersection of local and international at Kushite Tombos", by Dr. Stuart Tyson Smith (UC Santa Barbara) date: Sunday, December 12, 2021; 3 PM Pacific Time info: non-members may request a registration link by sending email with your name and email address to email no later than December 10. p) - q) Egyptological Society of Stockholm (EFIS) URL * Online (Zoom) lecture (in English): "In the footsteps of Lepsius: The Isis Temple at Wad Ben Naga", by Dr. Pavel Onderka date: 25 November 2021; 18:30 CET cost: free, but 'seats' are limited and distributed on a first come first served basis; registration in advance is required info: abstract and registration at URL r) - s) German Archaeological Institute Cairo * Online (Zoom) lecture: "More than mere Funerary Stelae and Visitors’ Inscriptions:The Coptic Epigraphic Evidence from Deir Anba Hadra/Aswan", by Lena Krastel date: Tuesday, 30th November 2021; 6 p.m. Cairo time (EET) info: abstract at URL info: Zoom link (no registration needed) at URL Meeting ID: 453 062 0620 Passcode: 894036 t) - u) - v) - --USA-- a) Emory University * Conference "Egyptology in dialogue: Historical bodies in relations of comparisons and negotiations" Abstract submission deadline is 11 April 2022. date: 3-4 November 2022 place: Emory University info: URL b) Missouri University of Science and Technology * Third Annual Missouri Egyptological Symposium Abstracts of papers welcome before September 3, 2021. date: October 30, 2021 place: Missouri S&T, Rolla, Missouri info: Call for Papers at URL --CANADA-- a) Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities * 45th Annual AGM, Symposium and Colloquium of the SSEA date: November 5–7, 2021 info: see "Virtual Lectures" --UNITED KINGDOM--- a) British Museum Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG * Annual Egyptological Colloquium 2022: "Reading ancient societies: 200 years of decipherment" date: 3-4 November 2022 place: BM, London; but possibly a hybrid event info: Call for Papers at URL Abstracts of papers are invited before 15 January 2022. * The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Foundation Distinguished Lecture in Egyptology: "The Book of the Temple and its multilingual and multiscriptal documentation", by Prof. Joachim Quack (University of Heidelberg) date: 3 November 2022 b) Fitzwilliam Museum Trumpington St, Cambridge CB2 1RB * The Glanville Lecture 2020: "Neferiti in the tomb of Tutankhamun", by Dr Nicholas Reeves date: TBA [postponed; was: 29 April 2020] place: Lecture Room 9, Mill Lane Lecture Rooms, Cambridge costs: free, but booking is required; email to email info: URL --THE NETHERLANDS-- a) International Association of Egyptologists * Thirteenth International Congress of Egyptologists (ICE XIII) date: 6-12 August 2023 place: Leiden info: bid prospectus at URL b) Allard Pierson Museum University of Amsterdam * Conference: "Bissing Links" A conference on the Egyptologist and collector Friedrich Wilhelm Freiherr von Bissing (1873-1956). Abstracts of papers are invited before 15 December 2021. (#) date: 27 January 2022 place: Allard Pierson Museum and online via Zoom info: email c) Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten (NINO) [The Netherlands Institute for the Near East] * Third NINO Annual Meeting: "Visual Representations of the ancient Near East" date: Thursday 27 January 2022 place: National Museum of Antiquities (RMO), Leiden costs: free, registration required info: URL Keynote speakers: Marina Gavryushkina, Julia Hamilton, David Maroto, Aris Politopoulos, Bart Wagemakers, Sary Zananiri. --GERMANY-- a) Universität Würzburg Lehrstuhl für Ägyptologie Residenzplatz 2, Tor A, 97070 Würzburg * 53. Ständige Ägyptolog*innen-Konferenz (SÄK) 2022: "Ägyptologie an der Schwelle zum nächsten Jahrhundert" date: 8-10 July 2022 info: URL b) Berliner Arbeitskreis Junge Aegyptologie * 12th Meeting of the Berlin Working Group of Young Egyptology (BAJA 12): "Stadt – Land – Fluss: Aktuelle Forschungen zu Metropolen des Neuen Reiches" Abstracts of papers are invited before 15 December 2021. date: 19 - 21 May 2022 place: Berlin and digital (hybrid event) info: Call for Papers at URL c) - d) - e) - f) Ägyptologisches Institut, Universität Heidelberg * 14th International Conference of Demotic Studies (ICDS) date: TBA, 2022 [2nd postponement; was: 30 August 2021 - 3 September 2021] [1st postponemnet; was: 31 August 2020 - 4 September 2020] info: email info: Erster Rundbrief at URL --VATICAN CITY-- a) - --EGYPT-- a) American Research Center in Egypt, American University in Cairo, and Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities * Conference: "Exalted Spirits: The Veneration of the Dead in Egypt through the Ages" date: 10-12 November 2021 place: Ewart Hall, AUC, Tahrir Cultural Center, Cairo costs: free info: program at URL info: Registration Form at URL Note this is a hybrid event, i.e. it can be attended virtually or in-person. --ITALY-- a) - b) - g) - h) University of Naples "L'Orientale" * 4th Sudan Studies Research Conference date: cancelled [was: 8 May 2020] info: Call for Papers and abstracts form at URL --FRANCE-- a) - b) - c) Université Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV) * "Origins.7: Seventh International Conference on Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt" Abstracts of papers are invited before 15th November 2021. date: 12-16 September 2022 [2nd postponement; was: 6-10 September 2021] [1st postponement; was: 7-11 September 2020] place: Auditorium, Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA), 2 Rue Vivienne - 75002 Paris info: URL info: email info: First Circular [with old dates] at URL info: Fourth Circular at URL d) Current Research in Egyptology (CRE) * Conference "Current Research in Egyptology 2022" (CRE2022) Deadline for abstracts is October 15, 2021. date: September 26-30, 2022 place: Université Paul Valéry - Montpellier 3 (but it will probably be a hybrid event, partly online) info: 1st Call for Papers at URL info: 2nd Call for Papers at URL (PDF) info: abstract submission at URL e) Le Cercle Lyonnais d'Egyptologie Victor Loret * "Que diable allaient-ils faire dans ces carrières ? Une enquête épigraphique et archéologique au Ouadi Hammamat", by Dr. Vincent Morel (chercheur associé au laboratoire AOROC - Archéologie et Philologie d’Orient et d’Occident (UMR 8546)) date: 16 November 2021; 18:30 place: Amphithéâtre de la MILC, 35 Rue Raulin, 69007 Lyon costs: non-members EUR 9 (student non-members EUR 6) info: abstract and booking at URL * Seminar: "A la recherche des artistes de l’Égypte pharaonique", by Prof. Dimitri Laboury (Directeur de recherches du FNRS, Professeur adjoint à l’Université de Liège, département Égyptologie et Archéologie égyptienne) date: 11 December 2021; 10:00 – 17:00 place: Coup de Pouce Université, 1 Rue de Bonald, 69007 Lyon costs: members EUR 41 (student members EUR 30), non-members EUR 60 info: abstract and booking at URL --SWEDEN-- a) - --BELGIUM-- a) Team Pyramids & Progress * Symposium: "Pyramids and Progress. Perspectives on the Entanglement of Imperialisms and Early Egyptology (1800-1950)." date: 8-10 November 2021 place: College De Valk, aula Zeger Van Hee (hall 91.56), Tiensestraat 41, 3000 Leuven AND Royal Museums of Art and History, Auditorium, Jubelpark 10, 1000 Brussels costs: EUR 50 (EUR 25 for students) info: email info: program and abstracts at URL b) Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences, Belgium * International Conference: "Procurement, Trade, Use And Value of Minerals in Ancient Africa" date: 9-11 February 2022 place: Palace of the Academies, Brussels info: URL --SPAIN-- a) - b) - c) University of Jaén * "8th International Conference 'Old Kingdom Art & Archaeology'" (OKAA 8) Abstracts of papers and posters are invited before the 31st of January 2022. (#) date: 21-25 June 2022 [postponement; was: June 2021] place: Jaén info: email --AUSTRALIA-- a) - --DENMARK-- a) - --SWITZERLAND-- a) - --GREECE-- a) - --AUSTRIA-- a) - --POLAND-- a) University of Warsaw * 5th International Conference for Nubian Studies date: 29 August 2022 - 4 September 2022 place: Old Library building of the University of Warsaw, Krakowskie Przedmiescie 26/28, Warsaw info: URL Deadline for paper proposals is 31 March 2022. --SLOVAKIA-- a) Egypt and Austria Society * Conference: Egypt and Austria XIII date: 21-25 October 2021 [postponement; was: 21-25 October 2020] place: Topolcianky info: URL --CHINA-- a) - --CZECH REPUBLIC-- a) Czech Institute of Egyptology Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague * Conference "Abusir and Saqqara in the Year 2020" date: TBA, 2021 [postponed; was: June 29, 2020 - July 3, 2020] place: Charles University costs: EUR 120 (registered speakers/poster presenters EUR 100; students EUR 80); registration (before June 14) at URL info: URL b) World Archaeological Congress URL * 9th World Archaeological Congress (WAC-9 2020) The call for sessions is open until 15 November 2019, the call for papers/posters is open until 15 December 2019. date: 3–8 July 2022 [2nd postponement; was: 4-9 July 2021] [1st postponement; was: 5–10 July 2020] place: Cubex Centrum, Prague info: URL --ARGENTINA-- a) Instituto de Historia Antigua Oriental "Dr. Abraham Rosenvasser" Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires * VII Congreso/Congresso Iberoamericano de Egiptología The deadline for submitting abstracts will be March 15, 2022. date: 5-7 September 2022 place: Buenos Aires info: URL info: First Circular and Call for Papers at URL --JAPAN-- a) - --SOUTH AFRICA-- a) - +++ (X) EXHIBITIONS Most info in this section was collected by Michael Tilgner and Ingrid van Sprakelaar. Ingrid maintains an exhibition calendar [in a complementary format, i.e. sorted by date (and country)] at the Dutch website of the Mehen Study Center. --USA-- a) Art Museum of the University of Memphis Communication & Fine Art (CFA) Building 3750 Norriswood Dr., Memphis, TN 38152 URL * "Writing in Three Dimensions: Myth and Metaphor in Ancient Egypt" date: 18 October 2021 – 29 November 2021 Exhibition of forty photographs by Jacqueline Thurston, complemented by objects from the collection of the Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology. info: URL URL b) Natural History Museum of Utah 301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108 URL * “Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs” date: May 20 [was: 15], 2021 - January 2, 2022 [postponed; was: February 13, 2021 - September 19, 2021] Exhibition of more than 350 artifacts dealing with ancient Egypt. info: URL c) - d) - e) Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052 URL * "A Woman's Afterlife: Gender Transformation in Ancient Egypt" date: December 15, 2016 - long-term [was: till March 24, 2017] Exhibition with 25 ancient Egyptian artefacts that explore the differences between male and female access to the afterlife. info: URL info: press release [PDF] at URL info: English press report at URL "(..) Egyptian medicine taught that an entombed woman faced a biological barrier to rebirth. The ancient Egyptians believed that in human reproduction it was The Man who created the fetus, and transferred it to the woman during intercourse. This ultimately made rebirth impossible for a woman alone. To overcome this perceived problem a priest ritually transformed a woman's mummy into a man long enough to create a fetus. The ritual for this transformation required representing a woman with red skin on her coffin--- the color normally assigned to a man. Furthermore, artisans inscribed the coffin with spells that addressed the woman in masculine pronouns for a priest to recite. The use of "male" color and strategically inflected language had the power to change her gender in the coffin. A woman later returned to her original female state and incubated herself for rebirth into the afterlife as a woman. (..)" URL URL info: English press report at URL "(..) The show demonstrates this concept with a coffin from the museum’s collection (around 1292-1190 BC), which portrays the deceased with male skin (conventionally red) on the coffin’s exterior—addressed by four gods using a masculine pronoun—and with female skin (conventionally yellow) on the mummy’s mask. Around 25 objects from the museum’s collection are on view, including pieces never before exhibited, like a collar with Atum, a male god who created the world all on his own. There is also a statuette of Atum holding his erect phallus in his hand, which is a feminine word in Egyptian. “This is the way [he created the world]—quite literally, masturbating,” Bleiberg says. Other objects, like two wooden statues, show that females are once again treated as women when they enter the afterlife, despite their portrayal with male attributes on their coffins. There are also statues of Osiris and Isis. (..)" URL info: English press report at URL * "Striking Power: Iconoclasm in Ancient Egypt" date: postponed or cancelled [was: May 22, 2020 - TBA] Exhibition that explores the history of iconoclasm in relation to ancient Egyptian art, via nearly forty masterpieces from the Museum's collection. Earlier at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, St. Louis (March 22, 2019 – August 11, 2019) and the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, Jacksonville (January 31, 2020 – September 20, 2020). info: press release at URL f) Kelsey Museum of Archeology University of Michigan, 434 South State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1390. (The public entrance is on Maynard Street.) URL * "Randal Stegmeyer: Exposing the Past" [was: "Kelsey Contemporaries: Randal Stegmeyer"] date: May 1, 2020 – January 3, 2021 Online exhibition of photographs of Kelsey Museum artefacts, made by U-M photographer Randal Stegmeyer. info: URL "The *online exhibition* opens May 1, 2020. We look forward to welcoming you to visit the exhibition in person when it is possible to reopen our galleries to the public." info: URL g) - h) Portland Art Museum 1219 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR 97205 URL * “Queen Nefertari: Eternal Egypt” date: October 16 [was: 9], 2021 – January 16, 2022 [postponed; was: August 21, 2021 – January 9, 2022] Exhibition with over 230 artefacts dealing with royal women (e.g., Nefertari, Ahmes-Nefertari, Tawosret, Hatshepsut), on loan from several museums, notably the Museo Egizio di Torino. Earlier at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco ("Reines d'Egypte", July 12, 2008 - September 10, 2008), the Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden ("Koninginnen van de Nijl", 18 November 2016 - 17 April 2017), Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal (10 April 2018 - 4 November 2018), National Geographic Museum, Washington DC (“Queens of Egypt”; March 1, 2019 - September 2, 2019), the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City ("Queen Nefertari: Eternal Egypt", November 15, 2019 - March 29 2020), the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth (December 6, 2020 - March 14, 2021), and the Musée canadien de l’Histoire, Gatineau (Québec) (“Reines d’Égypte”, 2 June 2021 - 22 August 2021). info: URL info: English press report at URL "The Portland Art Museum, shuttered since March 14 because of Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, is making plans to reopen in the second week of July. (..)" info: English press report at URL "Portland Art Museum brings Nefertari to life with the exhibit 'Queen Nefertari's Egypt,' which celebrates the role of women — goddesses, queens and commoners — and offers glimpses into royal life and everyday life of artisans through more than 220 works of art, courtesy of Museo Egizio in Turin, Italy, home to the unearthed treasure from palaces, tombs and Queen Nefertari's burial chamber." info: English press report at URL i) Worcester Art Museum 55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609 URL * "Jewels of the Nile: Ancient Egyptian Treasures from the Collection of the Worcester Art Museum” date: June 18, 2022 – January 29, 2023 Exhibition of the Museum's collection of ancient Egyptian jewelry, displayed for the first time in nearly a century; most items were donated by Laura Norcross Marrs (1845-1926). info: URL "(..) One of the largest Egyptian exhibitions to be seen anywhere, /Jewels of the Nile/will include nearly 300 objects ranging from tiny beads to massive tomb walls—just in time for the centennial of Laura Marr's gift, as well as the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb." info: English press report at URL j) New Orleans Museum of Art One Collins C. Diboll Circle, City Park, New Orleans, Louisiana 70124 URL * “Queen Nefertari’s Egypt“ date: March 18, 2022 – July 17, 2022 Exhibition with over 230 artefacts dealing with royal women (e.g., Nefertari, Ahmes-Nefertari, Tawosret, Hatshepsut), on loan from several museums, notably the Museo Egizio di Torino. Earlier at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco ("Reines d'Egypte", July 12, 2008 - September 10, 2008), the Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden ("Koninginnen van de Nijl", 18 November 2016 - 17 April 2017), Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal (10 April 2018 - 4 November 2018), National Geographic Museum, Washington DC (“Queens of Egypt”; March 1, 2019 - September 2, 2019), the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City ("Queen Nefertari: Eternal Egypt", November 15, 2019 - March 29 2020), the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth (December 6, 2020 - March 14, 2021), the Musée canadien de l’Histoire, Gatineau (Québec) (“Reines d’Égypte”, 2 June 2021 - 22 August 2021), and Portland Art Museum (October 16, 2021 – January 16, 2022). info: URL k) Penn Museum 3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 URL * Opening of the Ancient Egypt and Nubia Galleries date: TBA, 2023 [was: 2022] info: English press report at URL "(..) The museum’s lower Egyptian gallery (..) closed last summer [2018] for extensive renovations. The upper Egyptian gallery is expected to close late this year [2019]. (..)" * Opening of the Sphinx Gallery date: 16 November 2019 - Ongoing Several redesigned galleries will (re)open, with hundreds of objects going on public display for the first time: the new Mexico and Central America Gallery and the Africa Galleries, the renovated Harrison Auditorium performance hall, and the Sphinx Gallery (with the monumental Sphinx of Rameses II in a renewed Entrance hall). The new Ancient Egypt and Nubia Galleries will follow in 2023. info: URL info: URL info: Sphinx Gallery info page - URL info: URL info: URL "Our Main Entrance will be completely transformed as we open up staircases and windows that have been sealed for decades, and create a new, adjacent gallery space—with our 25,000-pound sphinx of Ramses II at its heart—that will be visible as soon as you set foot inside. (..)" URL "The new Sphinx Gallery, created by removing and covering the 1915 stairs to the Harrison Auditorium, will also house objects from each curatorial section, regularly rotated displays of a single highlighted object in an elegant small circular space, and a comfortable visitor seating and orientation area, as well as a new passenger elevator." info: English press report at URL l) Houston Museum of Natural Science 5555 Hermann Park Dr., Houston, Texas 77030 URL * "Ramses The Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs" date: November 20, 2021 - May 23, 2022 [was: till April 24, 2022; was: till February 24, 2022] Exhibition with 181 ancient Egyptian artefacts from Egypt, with a focus on Ramesses the Great. Start of an international tour. info: URL info: press release at URL URL With promotional video. info: promotional video at URL info: URL With trailer. URL With press release. info: older English press reports at URL [In these earlier press reports, it was labelled a 5-city international tour (November 2021 - January 2025) (Houston Museum of Natural Science in Houston; De Young Memorial Museum in San Francisco; The Saunders Castle at Park Plaza, Boston; The London Exhibition Hall, London; Grande Halle de La Villette, Paris). But the Australian news (see below) suggests it has been expanded to a 10-city tour? AKE] info: new English press reports at URL With a listing of some of the objects that will be on display. URL Idem. URL Idem. URL URL URL info: older French press reports at URL URL URL URL info: English press reports at URL With a slideshow. URL URL URL URL URL With slideshow. info: English press reports at URL (Here it is said to last six months.) URL info: English press reports at URL URL URL URL URL URL URL URL With photos of the exhibition. URL With photos of the exhibition. m) The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028 URL * “Gifts in Celebration of the Museum’s Anniversary” date: January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2021 Exhibitions dedicated to 150th anniversary gifts, accross different galleries. info: URL With photos (incl. ancien Egyptian objects). * “The Good Life: Collecting Late Antique Art at The Met” date: May 24, 2021 – May 7, 2023 Exhibition with objects from the collection of third- to eighth-century art from Egypt, to explore themes connected to social status, wealth, and living well in Late Antiquity. info: URL n) Nelson-Atkins Museum 4525 Oak Street, Kansas City, MO 64111 * “Origins: Collecting to Create the Nelson-Atkins” date: August 14, 2021 – March 6, 2022 info: URL o) Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Art Education Center, Memorial Foundation for Children Interactive Gallery 200 N. Arthur Ashe Boulevrd, Richmond, Virginia USA 23220-4007 URL * “It’s Egypt! Interactive Gallery Exhibition” date: August 1, 2021 – February 1, 2022 A hands-on exhibition for all ages. info: URL p) Connecticut Science Centre 250 Columbus Blvd. Hartford, CT URL * “Mummies of the World - The Exhibition” date: 5 November 2021 – TBA The travelling exhibition with ca. 40 human and animal mummies and ca. 85 funeral artifacts from many cultures, incl. Egypt. It was at many venues in the USA (2015 - 2017) and Europe (2018), and most recently at the Arizona Science Center, Phoenix (February 10, 2019 - September 2, 2019), the Carnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh, PA (October 5, 2019 - January 18, 2021), and Saint Louis Science Center (February 6, 2021 - October 3, 2021). info: URL q) Art Institute Chicago 111 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60603 URL * “Life and Afterlife in Ancient Egypt” date: February 11, 2022 – Ongoing New installation, with nearly 100 objects from the permanent collection, that explores aspects of life and the afterlife in the Nile Valley, info: URL r) Tampa Museum of Art Cornelia Corbett Center, 120 W. Gasparilla Plaza, Tampa, FL 33602 URL * “Highlights from the Karam Collection” date: November 11, 2021 – TBA Exhibition of a selection from the Karam Collection, donated in 1998 to the University of South Florida (USF) Libraries’ Special Collections. In date, the archaeological objects range from the Bronze Age to the early Islamic period and they originate from ancient Syria, Phoenicia, Egypt, Greece, and the Arab world. info: URL URL info: some background to the collection (most of the artefacts seem to stem from Roman period Syria) - URL URL URL s) North Carolina Museum of Art 2110 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC 27607 * "Golden Mummies of Egypt" date: March 6, 2021 – July 11, 2021 Exhibition with 100 artefacts from Graeco-Roman Egypt, on loan from Manchester Museum. Earlier at the Buffalo Museum of Science (February 8, 2020 - January 3, 2021); will travel to other US venues untill 2022. info: URL info: blog report at URL info: virtual lectures attached to the exhibition - URL “Sex, Art, and Death in Greco-Roman Egypt” by Dr. Campbell Price - February 13, 2021; noon URL “Learning from Egyptian Mummies”by Dr Michael R. Zimmerman - March 7, 2021; 2:00 PM t) The Saunders Castle at Park Plaza 130 Columbus Avenue, Boston MA 02116 URL * "Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh" date: cancelled! [was: "opening Fall 2020"] [was: 1st postponement; was: June 13, 2020 - January 3, 2021] Exhibition to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the discovery of King Tutankhamun's tomb, with over 150 authentic[!] artifacts from KV62, 60 of which have never traveled outside of Egypt. Earlier at the California Science Center, Los Angeles (March 24, 2018 - January 6, 2019), La Grande halle de la Villette, Paris (23 March 2019 - 15 September 2019). and the Saatchi Gallery, London (2 November 2019 - 3 May 2020); it was planned to travel to the Australia, Japan, Canada, South Korea, and two other unnamed countries, as part of a 10-city international tour, but COVID made an end to the tour. info: URL info: English press report at URL "(..) Initially Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts was approached to host Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh, but it lacked sufficient display space at the appropriate time. (..)" info: English press reports at URL With video of TV report. URL With video of TV report. URL With video of TV report. URL With audio-file of radio report. URL URL URL URL info: English press reports at URL URL URL URL info: English press reports at URL URL URL info: English press report at URL info: English press report at URL "The temporary exhibition of King Tutankhamun entitled "Tutankhamun ...Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh" will return back from London to Egypt. (...)" --CANADA-- a) - b) - c) - d) Musée de la Civilisation de Québec 85 Rue Dalhousie, Québec city (Québec) G1K 8R2 URL * "Pharaons superstars" date: TBA [was: May 6, 2021 – March 6, 2022] Exhibition about the role of the pharaons in history and popular culture, with 300 objecs on loan from many museums. Earlier at Mucem, Marseille (TBA) and Musée Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa (TBA). info: source - URL --UNITED KINGDOM-- a) Leicester Museum and Art Gallery 53 New Walk, Leicester LE1 7EA URL * "Gift of the Nile – John Mason Cook’s Egyptian Statue" date: 27 November 2021 - 27 February 2022 Exhibition that spotlights the statue of a seated Egyptian couple, Sethmose and Isinofret, on public display for the first time. info: URL info: English press report at URL "A 3,000-year-old Egyptian statue given to Thomas Cook's son is to go on display in Leicester for the first time. The black granite statue will go on show at Leicester Museum and Art Gallery in New Walk next weekend and will serve as a rare treat for those interested in ancient history. The statue is of a seated Egyptian couple - Sethmose and Isinofret - and it was presented to John Mason Cook, son of Thomas Cook, by the Egyptian Administration in the 1890s. (..)" With photo. b) - c) Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL * Closed for redevelopment date: 29 August 2021 - late 2022. info: URL d) - e) - f) - g) - h) - i) - j) The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TS URL * “Sights of Wonder: Photographs from the 1862 Royal Tour" [online exhibition] date: June 12, 2020 – TBA info: URL info: English press report at URL "(..) Remarkable photographs from the 1862 royal tour of the Middle East by the future Edward VII are to go on display in what will be the first online-only show organised by the Barber Institute of Fine Arts in Birmingham. The images, taken by Francis Bedford, are from what was the first British royal tour to be documented through photography. They show the Prince of Wales taking in jaw-dropping historical sites, including the pyramids of Egypt and the ruined temples of Karnak in Thebes. (..)" info: English press report at URL k) - l) - m) The Box Tavistock Place, Plymouth, Devon PL4 8AX URL * Opening of the Museum date: 16 May 2020 – ongoing The Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, closed since 3 September 2016, has now been transformed into The Box (previously referred to as the Plymouth History Centre). info: press release at URL URL info: collection info at URL (Includes several ancient Egyptian objects, incl. two coffins: URL) --THE NETHERLANDS-- a) Rijksmuseum van Oudheden Rapenburg 28, 2311 EW Leiden URL * "De Ontdekking van Egypte" [Egypt, Land of Discoveries] date: TBA, 2022 Exhibition with 270 objects from the collection of the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden (250 pharaonic antiquities and 20 19th century plates); it will first tour to eight Japanese cities (July 2020 - April 2022). * “We Were Kings” [working title] date: 7 April 2023 – 27 August 2023 Exhibition about the influence of ancient Egypt and ancient Nubia on Afroamerican music, via displays of ancient objects and modern art. info: URL b) Allard Pierson Oude Turfmarkt 127-129, 1012 GC Amsterdam URL * "Van Nijl tot Amstel" [From the Nile to the Amstel] date: 15 September 2020 - ongoing info: URL Opening of the new permanent displays. * "Dierenmummies doorgelicht" [Animal Mummies Screened] date: 11 [was: 10] December 2021 – 9 January 2022 Exhibition of 13 animal mummies and the research (CT-scans, X-rays) conducted on them. info: URL info: URL --GERMANY-- a) Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum Am Steine 1-2, D-31134 Hildesheim URL * "Faszination Ägypten. Frühe Grafiken und Aquarelle aus dem Land der Pharaonen" date: 26 September 2020 - TBA [2nd prolongation; was: till 1 August 2021] [1st prolongation; was: till 5 April 2021] Exhibition of original watercolor paintings by David Roberts, dated between 1842 and 1849. info: URL info: German press report at URL b) - c) - d) - e) Kulturforum Sonderausstellungshalle Matthäikirchplatz, 10785 Berlin URL * "James Simon. Die Kunst des sinnvollen Gebens" [James Simon. The Art of Giving Well] date: 1 October 2021 - 12 December 2021 [3rd postponement; was: 14 September 2021 - 28 November 2021] [2nd postponement; was: 11 May 2021 - 25 July 2021] [1st postponement; was: 7 May 2020 - 12 July 2020] info: URL f) - g) - h) - i) - j) - k) - l) Ägyptisches Museum der Universität Bonn Regina-Pacis-Weg 7, 53113 Bonn URL * "Sinnüberschuss und Sinnreduktion von, durch und mit Objekten. Materialität von Kulturtechniken zur Bewältigung von Außergewöhnlichem" date: 14 January 2019 - TBA [prolongated; was: till 31 May 2019] Opening exhibition of a new transdisciplinary project that explores the use of objects and symbols to invoke good luck and repel bad fortune, accross different cultures and time periods. With a section about ancient Egypt. info: URL * "Kaiserliche Pharaonen – Pharaonische Kaiser. Die Herrschaft der römischen Principes zwischen Republik und ägyptischem Königtum" date: 18 June 2019 - TBA [2nd prolongation; was: till 29 February 2020] [1st prolongation; was: till 30 November 2019] The exhibition illustrates how the Roman emperors are depicted on monuments in Roman Egypt and how they employ Egyptian culture at home, in Rome, to present their claim to power over Egypt. info: URL * "Vermenschlichte Zeichen als Schlächter: Singuläre Ikonographieals Spuren sozio-politischer Veränderungen im ägyptischen Niltal des Mittleren Reiches (2. Jahrtausend v. Chr.)" [virtuell] date: 16 June 2021 – TBA Virtual exhibition focussing on a unique scene from the tomb of Wahka II in Qau el-Kebir. info: URL * "Masterpiece oder „Religion für Arme“? Überraschende Aspekte des Bonner Kalksteinreliefs BoSAe 2113" date: 10 November 2021 - 13 March 2022 info: URL m) Neanderthal Museum Talstr. 300, 40822 Mettmann URL * "Mumien. Geheimnisse des Lebens" [Mummies - Secrets of Life] date: 20 November 2021 – 1 May 2022 Exhibition about mummies (human and animal) from different cultures and modern research on them. Earlier at the Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen. info: URL info: German press report at URL n) Museum August Kestner Trammplatz 3, 30159 Hannover URL * “Guter Dämon Bes - Schutzgott der Ägypter” [Good demon Bes - protective deity of the Egyptians] date: 15 February 2021 - 11 April 2021 [was: 1 December 2020 - 11 April 2021] [was: 5 November 2020 - 11 April 2021] Exhibition about the role of the god Bes in the lives of the common people. Earlier at the Allard Pierson Museum, Amsterdam ("Mijn vriend Bes. Kleine god in het Oude Egypte", 18 October 2019 - 30 August 2020). Will travel to the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen ("Bes. Demon god – Protector of Egypt")(20 May 2021 - 31 October 2021) and then to Hildesheim. info: URL "Das Museum August Kestner ist ab Montag, den 02.11.2020 zunächst bis einschließlich Montag, den 30.11.2020 für den Besucherverkehr geschlossen. In diesem Zeitraum finden keine Veranstaltungen statt!" info: URL A series of free *virtual* lectures (starting 10 November 2020) connected to the exhibition (registration required). info: (for the press -) photographs, Word documents, pdf-files - zip-file (13 MB) URL info: German press report at URL "Für Besucher war sie wegen des Lockdowns nie zugänglich: Jetzt muss das Kestner-Museum Hannover eine aufwendige Ausstellung über die ägyptische Gottheit Bes wieder abbauen. Sie soll 2022 wiederholt werden." o) - p) Staatliches Museum Ägyptischer Kunst Gabelsbergerstraße 35, München * "Voll ent-wickelt [- Die Münchner Ochsenmumie]" date: 24 November 2019 - 31 December 2021 [3rd prolongation; was: till 10 January 2021] [2nd prolongation; was: till 31 October 2020] [1st prolongation; was: till 31 January 2020] Exhibition about a bovine mummy and the research conducted on it. info: URL q) Neues Museum Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung Bodestraße, 10178 Berlin * "Klangbilder – Musik im Alten Ägypten" [Soundscapes: Music in Ancient Egypt] date: 21 May 2021 - 3 July 2022 [prolongation; was: till 16 January 2022] Exhibition (one room show) about the musical instruments used in ancient Egypt. info: URL With a slideshow. URL info: URL r) - s) - t) - u) - v) - w) - x) Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen - Museum Zeughaus C5, 68159 Mannheim URL * "Tutanchamun – Sein Grab und seine Schätze" [Tutankhamun - His tomb and his treasures] date: 10 September 2021 - 27 February 2022 [postponed; was: 30 May 2020 - 31 January 2021] A travelling exhibition with ca. 1000 replicas of objects from the tomb of Tutankhamun. info: URL info: URL info: German press report at URL "(..) Im Mittelpunkt steht die Rekonstruktion der Ausgrabungen von Howard Carter im Jahr 1922. Insgesamt werden etwa 1000 Exponate nach Mannheim kommen. Die Ausstellung stammt von SC Exhibitions und war gerade fünf Jahre auf Amerika-Tournee. Nun wird sie mit Hilfe der Ägyptologen des Mannheimer Museums 'völlig neu konzipiert und präsentiert', sagte Generaldirektor Alfried Wieczorek. (..)" info: German press report at URL info: press release: "Wiedereröffnung am 12. Mai 2020" URL "Nach acht Wochen Schließzeit aufgrund der Corona-Pandemie öffnen die Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen am Dienstag, 12. Mai 2020 wieder ihre Türen. (...) Die für Ende Mai geplante Sonderausstellung 'Tutanchamun – Sein Grab und die Schätze' muss verschoben werden. Die neue Laufzeit wird zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt bekannt gegeben." info: press release "Tutanchamun und 'Eiszeit-Safari' kommen später" at URL info: German press report at URL info: German press report at URL info: German press report at URL info: German press reports at URL Includes a slideshow. URL Includes a video report [1:34 mins.]. info: German press report at URL Includes a video report [1:34 mins.] --AUSTRIA-- a) - b) Papyrusmuseum der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek Neue Burg, Heldenplatz, 1010 Wien URL * Closed for renovation date: 5 October 2020 - 4 May 2021 info: URL * Reopening after renovation date: 4 May 2021 [was: 16 April 2021] - ongoing info: URL "(..) Das erneuerte und deutlich erweiterte Museum steht ab 16. April 2021 wieder allen Interessierten offen. (..) Der Zauber des alten Ägyptens: Erkunden Sie im Papyrusmuseum rund 300 faszinierende Objekte aus der Papyrussammlung. (..)" info: German press report at URL "Rund 400 Objekte stellt das Papyrusmuseum in seiner Sammlung in der Neuen Burg, einem Teil der Wiener Hofburg, aus. Bisher gab es allerdings nur wenig Platz für Informationen zu den einzelnen Objekten. Das soll sich nun ändern, denn Audioguides und Digitalisierung sind in die alten Gemäuer eingezogen, erklärt Bernhard Palme, Direktor der Papyrussammlung und des Papyrusmuseums der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek und Professor für Alte Geschichte und Papyrologie an der Universität Wien." --EGYPT-- a) Museum of Egyptian Antiquities Maydan El Tahrir, Cairo URL * "Exalted Spirits: The Veneration of the Dead in Egypt through the Ages" date: 9 November 2021 - 9 February 2022 Exhibition about the veneration of deceased figures in Egypt from the Pharaonic period up to current times, illustrated by 41 objects from the collections of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, the Coptic Museum and the Museum of Islamic Art. info: URL info: English press report at URL info: English press report at URL With photos of the opening. * "Qantir-Piramesse" date: 20 April 2022 - 20 September 2022 Exhibition featuring the site of Qantir-Piramesse, its ancient history and the story of its discovery. info: URL b) - c) Luxor Museum Corniche El-Nil, Luxor * "The Crypts of Gold" / "The Secrets of Gold" date: 7 [was: 9] October 2021 - 7 October 2022 Exhibition about jewellery from the pharaonic through the Islamic era, with 747 artefacts. info: URL info: English press reports at URL URL --ITALY-- a) - b) Museo Civico Archeologico Via dell'Archiginnasio 2, 40124 Bologna URL * "Sekhmet, la Potente. Una leonessa in città" [Sekhmet, the powerful one. A lioness in the city] date: 7 July 2021 - 31 December 2023 Exhibition surrounding a large statue of Sekhmet (with a height of 2.13 m) from the Museo Egizio, Turin. info: URL info: Italian press reports at URL URL info: Italian press report at URL "L’iniziativa è resa possibile dalla collaborazione con cui il Museo Egizio di Torino ha concesso in prestito uno dei suoi capolavori più significativi: la scultura è materializzazione terrestre della temibile divinità egizia con testa di leonessa e corpo di donna, di cui il museo torinese conserva ventuno esemplari, tra le più grandi collezioni fuori dall’Egitto." d) Ex Convento dei Crociferi Catania * "Egizio e Catania" [Opening of an annexe of the Museo Egizio di Torino] date: TBA - Ongoing info: Italian press reports at URL "Ora è ufficiale: la sezione distaccata del Museo Egizio di Torino aprirà ad Aprile 2017. (...) L’apertura di una sezione staccata del Museo Egizio di Torino a Catania sarà concretizzata in un’ala vasta circa mille metri quadrati del Convento dei Crociferi, che ancora oggi necessita delle ultime migliorie per essere pronto all’ allestimento del museo entro i primi mesi del 2017, dato che già in primavera si apriranno i battenti. (..)" info: Italian press reports at URL URL Things seem to be much more uncertain than was announced before... URL URL info: Italian press release at URL info: Italian press report at URL "(..) La mostra sarà allestita in uno spazio espositivo di circa 530 mq, ricavato all’interno del Palazzo dei Crociferi. Il progetto è nato con il Protocollo d’Intesa firmato il 24 novembre 2017 tra la Fondazione Museo delle Antichità Egizie di Torino, la Soprintendenza Archeologia, Belle Arti e Paesaggio per la Città Metropolitana di Torino ed il Comune di Catania. Per dare avvio al progetto il Comune di Catania e la Fondazione hanno programmato una mostra temporanea dal titolo “Missione Egitto 1903-1920”, della durata massima di 9 mesi, che verrà allestita nel corso del 2018 sotto la responsabilità del Comune di Catania negli spazi del Nuovo Museo e nell’ambito della quale la Fondazione effettuerà un prestito di determinati reperti. (..)" info: Italian press report at URL "Dovrebbe aprire i battenti a settembre del 2018. Tra qualche mese, dopo un lungo dibattito corredato da polemiche, la succursale catanese del Museo egizio di Torino dovrebbe vedere la luce all’interno di quello che è uno dei complessi architettonici più belli di Catania, l’ex convento dei Padri crociferi, nell’omonima via, un tempo sede di un sindacato e oggi recuperato al pubblico. (...) In attesa che il nuovo polo museale apra definitivamente i battenti, il Comune di Catania e la Fondazione per dare avvio al progetto hanno programmato una mostra temporanea dal titolo 'Missione Egitto 1903-1920', della durata massima di nove mesi, che verrà allestita nel corso del 2018 sotto la responsabilità del Comune negli spazi del Nuovo Museo e nell’ambito della quale la Fondazione effettuerà un prestito di determinati reperti. (..)" info: Italian press report at URL "(..) L'assessore comunale Barbara Mirabella risponde: «I lavori di restauro stanno finendo, entro fine anno si dovrà affidare la gara per l'allestimento per iniziare a lavorarci entro il 2020. Ma siamo avanti, contiamo di aprirlo prima della fine del 2019. (..)" info: Italian press report at URL "Museo egizio sì, no, ni... Sembra una telenovela infinita come infinito è l’iter per rendere il monastero dei Padri Crociferi finalmente una sede museale. (...) L’assessore Barbara Mirabella oggi diffonde ottimismo dicendo che «l’iter sta procedendo...», ma nei fatti a tutt’oggi di museo egizio non c'è neanche un piccolo sarcofago. (...)" info: Italian press report at URL The opening should now be 2023 [was originally 2017]. info: Italian press report at URL "(..) «Non sarà una succursale di quello di Torino - citiene a precisare il direttore del Museo Paolo Di Caro - ma un polo museale che vedrà non solo l'esposizione di un numero importante di reperti che arriveranno in prestito dal museo egizio torinese, ma anche di opere che al momento affollano i depositi del Castello Ursino». (...)" Apparently, it now will no longer be a full branch of the Egyptian Museum Turin, but a center which will display rotating loans from that museum; initially, a mummy and artefacts from Tebtunis will go on display. e) Palazzo Mathis Piazza Caduti per la Libertà, 20, 12042 Bra CN * "L’uomo svelato" date: 8 September 2021 - 12 December 2021 Exhibition about a mummy of the Museo di Antropologia ed Etnografia di Torino. info: source - "Arte in mostra" - URL See calendar for September 8, 2021. info: Italian press reports at URL "A Bra sarà esposta in mostra una mummia egizia di 4500 anni fa restaurata. È tra le più antiche delle collezioni del Museo di Antropologia ed Etnografia dell’Università di Torino." URL URL info: video report [3:01 mins.] at URL f) Associazione Turistica Pro Loco Arona Largo Vidale, 1 28041 Arona * "Liberi di imparare" [Free to learn] date: 10 September 2021 - 17 October 2021 Exhibition of locally made copies of ancient Egyptian artefacts from the Egyptian Museum of Turin. info: URL info: Italian press report at URL "(..) 'Liberi di imparare' espone le copie di alcuni reperti dell’antico Egitto, realizzate dai detenuti delle sezioni scolastiche della Casa Circondariale dell’Istituto tecnico 'Plana' e del Primo Liceo Artistico, tra cui la Cappella di Maia, gli affreschi della tomba di Iti e Neferu, i ritratti del Fayyum, l’ostrakon della ballerina. (..)" g) Castel dell'Ovo Via Eldorado, 3, 80132 Napoli NA * "Tutankhamon, Viaggio verso l'eternità" [Tutankhamun, travel to eternity] date: 23 October 2021 - 8 May 2022 [prolongation; was: till 25 Dec 2021] Exhibition with some 60 original objects from the Museum of Florence and some 100 KV62 replicas; the mummification process will be explained with the help of a virtual reality presentation. The replicas have earlier been in the United States, Central America, South America and Europe, and are now traveling for two years in the main Italian cities as part of a larger show. The exhibition itself was earlier at the Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Firenze (15 February 2020 - 10 January 2021). info: URL info: Italian press reports at URL URL info: English press reports at URL URL [new] info: Italan press reports at URL URL URL URL URL URL URL Includes a video report [2:09 mins.] URL Includes a video report [3:56 mins.] [All three end dates (25 December 2021 OR 23 April 2022 OR 8 May 2022) feature in recent press reports; the Museum provides no end date yet. AKE] info: Italian press report at URL "Un grande successo della mostra su Tutankhamon, che vedremo a Napoli fino a maggio del 2022 (...)" info: Italian press report at URL h) Basilica Palladiana Piazza Dei Signori, 36100 Vicenza URL * "Tebe nel Nuovo Regno" [Thebes in the New Kingdom] date: 11 December 2021 - 18 April 2022 Exhibition with items on loan from the Egyptian Museum of Turin. info: Italian press reports at URL URL URL info: Italian press report at URL i) Villa Vallero Corso Indipendenza, 68, 10086 Rivarolo Canavese (TO) * "Liberi di imparare" [Free to learn] date: 6 November 2021 - 12 December 2021 [new] info: Italian press report at URL "«Liberi Di Imparare è frutto di un importate progetto di inclusione sociale nato dalla collaborazione iniziata nel 2018 tra il Museo Egizio, la Direzione della Casa Circondariale Lorusso e Cutugno e l’Ufficio del Garante dei diritti delle persone private della libertà del Comune di Torino. (...) Una volta individuate le opere che meglio si prestavano alla riproduzione, gli studenti delle classi di falegnameria e arti decorative si sono dedicati alla realizzazione dei manufatti sotto la guida dei propri insegnanti. L’esecuzione accurata e fedele all’originale è stata al di sopra di ogni aspettativa (...)" j) Museo Civico Archeologico Via dell'Archiginnasio 2 - 40124 Bologna URL * "Faïence - Faenza. Dall’antico Egitto al contemporaneo" [Faience - From Ancient Egypt till the Present] date: 19 November 2021 – 30 January 2022 Exhibition of the history of the different types of faience, starting in ancient Egypt. info: URL k) Museo Archeologico - Sezione Egizia [Egyptian Collection of the Milanese Archaeological Museum] Castello Sforzesco Piazza Castello, 20121 Milano URL * Closed for renovation date: 5 June 2017 - 3 October 2022 [was: till 30 June 2021; was: till 2020] info: URL The first phase of the renovation ended July 2021; the second phase will start in October 2021 with the installing of the Egyptological displays. info: Italian press reports at URL "(...) il museo egizio, che invece aveva molti appassionati in particolare fra le scolaresche, è chiuso per ristrutturazione da oltre un anno e la riapertura è prevista solo per giugno 2019." URL "Da giugno 2017 a giugno 2019 il Museo Egizio sarà chiuso per rinnovo del percorso espositivo." info: Italian press reports at URL URL "Pronto il piano di recuperi delle sale (chiuse da tre anni). «Debutto nel 2022» (..) Dunque finalmente i lavori del museo egizio, chiuso dal 2017, dovrebbero partire nel luglio prossimo e la riapertura potrebbe così coincidere con il bicentenario della decifrazione della stele di Rosetta ad opera di Jean-François Champollion. (..)" URL "Il nuovo allestimento della collezione egizia del Castello Sforzesco: i lavori partiranno il prossimo anno con il finanziamento di Fondazione Cariplo. (...) Non potendo aumentare lo spazio (sono 400 metri quadrati) sfrutterà al massimo il multimediale esponendo per la prima volta le fotografie d’archivio degli scavi di Achille Vogliano degli anni ‘ 30 del ‘ 900, insieme alle immagini 3D dei reperti ricostruite dal Politecnico e all’applicazione che raccoglie i risultati delle tac fatte sulla mummia e sul sarcofago di Peftauajaset grazie alla collaborazione del laboratorio di antropologia forense dell’università Statale e all’ospedale Galeazzi. (..)" info: Italian press report at URL "La sezione egizia del Civico Museo Archeologico è una delle più visitate del Castello Sforzesco e nel 2022, a duecento anni esatti dalla decifrazione dei geroglifici, aprirà le sue porte in una veste completamente rinnovata. Nuove teche climatizzate per la Sala Viscontea e un’illuminazione al dettaglio che si spegne quando non usata, permetteranno di esplorare l’antico Egitto attraverso un percorso che offrirà un maggior numero di reperti in esposizione." info: Italian press report at URL "Approvate le linee guida per il riallestimento della collezione egizia: eliminazione delle barriere architettoniche, fornire nuove teche e strumenti multimediali da integrare nel percorso. L’intervento viene finanziato da Fondazione Cariplo, che ci mette un milione e 300mila euro grazie all’Art bonus." With slideshow of some of the artefacts. l) Museo Egizio Via Accademia delle Scienze 6, 10123, Torino URL * "Archeologia invisibile" [was: "Archeologia dell’invisibile"] date: 13 March 2019 – TBA [was: 7 June 2020; was: 6 January 2020] The exhibition illustrates the way in which sciences (chemistry, physics, radiology, etc) reveal hidden information about the objects of the collection and helps with their conservation. info: URL info: trailer video at URL info: Italian press reports at URL "(..) Fulcro dell’esposizione è infatti l’archeometria, l’insieme delle tecniche adottate per studiare i materiali, i metodi di realizzazione e la storia conservativa dei reperti. (..)" URL info: Italian press report at URL "Le mummie mai violate fino ad ora potranno essere analizzate a fondo e le tac saranno in grado di far emergere particolari non visibili dall'occhio umano.I volti di Kha e di Merit, le due mummie ritrovare dall’egittologo italiano Ernesto Schiapparelli ed esposte al Museo Egizio di Torino, saranno svelati con i loro gioielli grazie ad uno ‘sbendaggio virtuale’. (..)" info: Italian press report at URL "(..) L’archeometria – insieme delle tecniche adottate per studiare i materiali, i metodi di produzione e la storia conservativa dei reperti – rende così possibile “interrogare” gli oggetti, domandare chi siano davvero e perché oggi si trovino al Museo Egizio. La tecnologia aiuta cioè a documentare, con la massima precisione, lo scenario e il contesto degli scavi e a visualizzare gli “strati invisibili”, le diverse storie “intermedie” dalla creazione all’arrivo del reperto nel museo, permettendo di definire gli interventi di restauro. (..)" With a slideshow (19 pics, of displays and of scans). info: Spanish press reports at URL URL URL URL info: Italian press report at URL info: Italian press report at URL "Venerdì 2 luglio 2021 apre al pubblico il secondo appuntamento del progetto espositivo 'Nel laboratorio dello studioso', dedicato all’attività scientifica che quotidianamente si svolge sugli oggetti esposti nelle sale e custoditi nei magazzini del Museo Egizio. Il tema al centro di questa mostra, che resterà aperta al pubblico fino al 29 agosto, è l’osservazione del firmamento nell’antico Egitto e i sistemi sviluppati dalla cultura nilotica per misurare lo scorrere del tempo e l’avvicendarsi ciclico delle stagioni attraverso la volta celeste." * “Nel laboratorio dello studioso” [In the Researcher’s Workshop] date: 26 April 2021 – 1 June 2022 A cycle of temporary exhibitions meant to introduce visitors to the research carried on daily on the objects on display in the galleries of the Museo Egizio and kept in its storerooms. Every two months, a new artifact will be placed under the magnifying glass to reveal unseen details and yet untold stories. info: URL URL With a calendar regarding the objects that will go on display. * "Alla ricerca della vita. Cosa raccontano i resti umani?" [In search of life. What do human remains tell?] date; 24 June 2021 - ongoing Opening of a new permanent exhibition room dedicated to life in ancient Egypt through the study of human remains. info: (Italian and English) URL URL info: Italian press reports at URL Includes a slideshow and a video report [1:22 mins.]. URL URL m) Civico Museo Archeologico Corso Magenta, 15, 20123 Milano URL * "Sotto il cielo di Nut - Egitto Divino" [Under the sky of Nut - Divine Egypt] date: 11 March 2020 - 8 May 2022 [3rd prolongation; was: till 30 January 2022] [2nd prolongation; was: till 28 March 2021] [prolongation; was: till 20 December 2020] Exhibition about the world of the divine in ancient Egypt, with more than 150 artefacts from the Civico Museo Archeologico di Milano and several other Italian museums; including sculptures, votive reliefs, sarcophagi, mummies, and funerary objects. info: URL info: Italian press report at URL "Attraverso una varietà di reperti (bronzi, sarcofagi, mummie) verrà illustrato il tema della molteplicità delle divinitàegizie, uno degli aspetti più caratteristici dell’antica civiltànilotica. L’idea del divino e la sua rappresentazione in forme ibride umaneanimali, il culto degli animali sono aspetti affascinanti e spesso difficili da decifrare. La mostra intende illustrare il significato delle immagini divine e la relazione tra l’uomo e il divino, nella vita quotidiana e nell’Aldilà, di questa straordinaria civiltà" info: Italian press report at URL info: Italian press report at URL "Il percorso espositivo conta più di 150 opere e consente di entrare nel mondo del divino in Egitto attraverso sculture in bronzo, pietra e faïence, rilievi votivi, sarcofagi, mummie ed elementi del corredo funerario che accompagnava il defunto nell’aldilà." info: Italian press report at URL "Vista l’attuale emergenza, la mostra e il museo sono aperti solo il sabato e la domenica dalle 11 alle 18 (ultimo ingresso alle 17) e la prenotazione con acquisto del biglietto online al sito vivaticket.it è obbligatoria. Si entra con mascherina e dopo la misurazione della temperatura." info: Italian press report at URL info: Italian press report at URL info: Italian press reports at URL URL info: Italian press report at URL info: Italian press report at URL info: Italian press report at URL info: Italian press report at URL --FRANCE-- a) - b) Musée Bargoin 45 rue Ballainvilliers, 63000 Clermont-Ferrand URL * "Traits d'Égypte, Marcelle Baud (1890-1987)" date: 7 July 2021 - 9 January 2022 Exhibition dedicated to the life and work of Egyptologist Marcelle Baud. info: URL "(..) A une époque où les conventions sociales tenaient dans l’ombre les femmes en égyptologie, Marcelle Baud a pourtant été la première femme attachée de l’Institut français d’Archéologie Orientale du Caire (IFAO). (..)" URL info: French press reports at URL URL info: French press report at URL info: French press report at URL "Dans sa vie, Marcelle Baut aura réussi plusieurs exploits. Celui de devenir la première femme recrutée comme égyptologue dessinatrice de France dans les années 1920. Un parcours hors du commun pour l'époque alors que le milieu était quasi exclusivement masculin. Celui, aussi, de se faire une place dans le métier, ses travaux étant encore d'une importance capitale pour les égyptologues contemporains. Pourtant, elle est restée peu connue de son vivant, puis après sa mort." Includes a video report [1:40 mins.] info: French press report at URL "A l’occasion du 21e Rendez-Vous du Carnet de Voyage une sélection de dessins et de textiles sera présentée sous la forme d’un carnet invitant les visiteurs à suivre la carrière de l’égyptologue-dessinatrice au fil de ses dessins et publications." c) Musée du Louvre Cour Napoléon, 75001 Paris 1 URL * "Pharaons des Deux Terres. L'Épopée Africaine des Rois de Napata" [was: “Moi, Taharqa, Pharaon des Deux Terres“] date: 27 April 2022 – 25 July 2022 [2nd postponement; was: 27 October 2021 - 7 Février 2022] [1st postponement; was: 29 October 2020 – 8 February 2021] Exhibition dedicated to the kings of Napata and the 25th Egyptian dynasty. info: URL info: URL info: source - URL info: source - URL info: French press report at URL info: German press report at URL "Das Ägyptische Museum der Universität Bonn bereitet ein Exponat für den Transport nach Paris vor. Dort soll es, ein Ende der Corona-Krise vorausgesetzt, ab Herbst in einer Ausstellung im Louvre zu sehen sein. (..) Zwei Reliefbruchstücke aus Sandstein, jeweils etwa 60 Zentimeter hoch und 40 Zentimeter breit, die vor rund 2700 Jahren wahrscheinlich die Türeinfassung eines Bauwerks im Tempel von Karnak schmückten. (..)" * "Redécouvrir l'Égypte: Nouvelles salles d'introduction des antiquités égyptiennes" [Rediscovering Egypt: New introductory rooms of Egyptian antiquities] date: 24 June 2021 - ongoing Re-opening of the first three renovated rooms of the Department of Egyptian Antiquities. info: French press release at URL With description of the rooms and the main objects. info: English press report at URL "The Louvre museum in Paris, France reopened its first topical space of three rooms of the Department of Egyptian Antiquities -- including the Mastaba of Akhethetep and the restored statue of the Dog of Asyut. This comes after a major two-year renovation campaign and visitors can now rediscover this new museography devoted to the life of the collections. (..)" With a video [2:15 mins.]. info: French press reports at URL URL URL Includes a video report [1:31 mins.] about the mastaba of Akhethetep. info: Spanish press report at URL d) Mucem - Musée des civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée 7 promenade Robert Laffont (esplanade du J4), 13002 Marseille URL * “Pharaons Superstars” date: TBA, June 2022 - TBA, September or October, 2022 [postponed; was: 28 April 2020 - 17 August 2020] Exhibition about the role of the pharaons in history and popular culture, with 300 objecs on loan from many museums. Will travel to Musée Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa and Musée de la Civilisation de Québec/ info: URL info: source - URL Uitleen internationaal Verzameling Egypte Jubelparkmuseum. info: URL info: French press report at URL "L’égyptomanie s’empare du Sud de la France. Ramsès, Néfertiti, Toutânkhamon et Cléopâtre sont les rois et reines du Mucem.... L’exposition cherche à comprendre comment, de l’Antiquité à nos jours, certains pharaons de l’Égypte ancienne sont devenus des icônes tandis que d’autres sont tombés dans l’oubli. Une postérité déclinée avec un ensemble de sculptures et de reliefs antiques, mais aussi d'objets médiévaux ou d'œuvres classiques et contemporaines." info: French press report at URL * “Alexandria: un rêve devenu ville” [working title] date: 8 February 2023 – 8 May 2023 Earlier at the BOZAR, Brussels (23 September 2022 – 08 January 2023). info: source - URL e) - f) - g) - h) - i) Musée Boulogne-sur-Mer 1, Rue Bernet, 62200 Boulogne-sur-Mer URL * “La momie dorée d’Antinoé, De Dunkerque à Boulogne-sur-Mer” date: 1 February 2020 – TBA [was: 29 November 2020] Exhibition featuring Ounnout, "The golden mummy of Dunkirk", originating from Antinopolis. info: URL URL With photos/history of the mummy. j) - k) Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF) Bibliothèque François-Mitterrand Quai François Mauriac, 75706 Paris Cedex 13 URL * "Champollion" (working title) date: 12 April 2022 - 24 July 2022. info: source - URL l) - m) - n) - o) - p) Musée d'Art et d'Histoire Michel Hachet 25 rue Gouvion Saint-Cyr, Toul and Médiathèque 9 rue de Hamm, Toul * "Etienne Drioton, un égyptologue au fil du Nil" date: 13 November 2021 - 15 January 2022 Exhibition of 160 photos from the 5,300 photos that Etienne Drioton took during his stay in Egypt between 1925 and 1952. Earlier at Château Mme de Graffigny, Villers-lès-Nancy ("Étienne Drioton, égyptologue lorrain au fil du Nil", 2-17 October 2021). place: Médiathèque de Toul info: URL With a video. info: French press report at URL * "Etienne Drioton, l’homme, le savant" date: 13 November 2021 - 15 January 2022 Exhibition about the life and work of Etienne Drioton. Earlier at the Domaine de l'Asnée (2-17 October 2021). place: Musée d'Art et d'Histoire info: URL With a video. info: French press report at URL q) Musée du Louvre-Lens 99 rue Paul Bert – 62300 Lens URL * “Hiéroglyphes" date: 28 September 2022 – 16 January 2023 Exhibition at the ocassion of the 200th anniversary of the decipherment of the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic script. info: URL info: source - URL info: source - URL * “Les Mondes Souterrains" (working title) date: March 2023 – July 2023 Exhibition about the images relating to the Underworld in different cultures. info: source - URL r) - s) - t) Maison de la BD 3 rue des Jacobins, 41000 Blois Blois * "Voyages en Égypte et en Nubie de Giambattista Belzoni" date: 18 September 2021 - 19 September 2021 Exhibition of the cartoon album of the same title. info: source - URL u) Musée des Beaux-Arts et d'Histoire Naturelle * 3 rue Toufaire, 28200 Châteaudun URL * “Les Écritures de l’Antiquité à nos jours“ date: 19 May 2021 – 8 May 2022 Exhibition about the history of writing, with a section on ancient Egypt. info: URL URL --VATICAN CITY-- a) Museo Gregoriano Egizio Musei Vaticani, Viale Vaticano, 00165 Vatican City URL * "Collezioni in dialogo: Un capolavoro del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze raccontato dai Musei Vaticani" [Collections in dialogue: A masterpiece from the National Archaeological Museum of Florence recounted by the Vatican Museums] date: 3 October 2019 - 27 February 2021 [2nd prolongation; was: till 10 January 2021] [1st prolongation/restart; was: till 15 May 2020] Exhibition of a loan from the National Archaeological Museum of Florence, namely the relief of the tomb of Ptahmose (13th c. BC) at Saqqara. info: URL --BELGIUM-- a) Musée royal de Mariemont Chaussée de Mariemont, 100, 7140 Morlanwelz URL * "Égypte. Éternelle passion" [was: "Un Aperçu de la Fascination Égyptienne, de l'Antiquité à nos Jours”] date: 24 September 2022 - 26 February 2023 Exhibition about the West's facination with ancient Egypt. info: source (see Programme 2021-2022) - URL info: source - URL b) Bozar. Palais des Beaux-Arts Rue Ravenstein 23, 1000 Bruxelles * "Alexandrie : un rêve devenu ville" date: 23 September 2022 – 8 Januari 2023 info: source - URL info: French press report at URL "(..) L’exposition proposera un regard neuf, original, sur la manière dont les communautés urbaines alexandrines ont interagi avec leur ville au fil du temps et sous des régimes politiques bien différents. Le soutien d'"Europe Créative" permet de mettre en relation des intervenants de sept pays européens, archéologues, sociologues, historiens, écrivains, plasticiens au sein d’un consortium européen 'Alexandria : Activating Europe’s Urban Imaginaries'. (..)" c) TAMAT, Musée de la Tapisserie et des Arts Textiles de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles 9 Place Reine-Astrid, BE7500 Tournai URL URL * "Le réemploi textile: Entre tradition et mondialisation- de l’Égypte au 1er millénaire jusqu’aujourd’hui" [working title] date: 3 September 2022 – 21 November 2022/ info: source - URL d) Musée du Chat et du Cartoon 6 rue Royalle, Bruxelles [yet to be build] * “Le chat dans l’Égypte ancienne” date: 2023 Exhibition about the cat in ancient Egyptian culture, with artefacts on loan from the Musée Art & Histoire du Cinquantenaire, the Louvre, and the British Museum. info: French press report at URL e) Maison de l’Imprimerie/ 1b Rue Verte, 6530 Thuin URL * “L’Égypte dans l’ex-libris” date: 7 September 2022 – 10 December 2022 info: source - URL f) Tour & Taxis Avenue du Port 86C, B-1000 Bruxelles URL * "Toutankhamon, sa tombe et ses trésors" [Tuthankhamun: His tomb and his treasures] date: July - December 2022 Exhibition of replicas from the tomb of Tutankhamun. info: URL info: URL info: French press reports at URL Includes a trailer [0:45 mins.] URL URL --SPAIN-- a) CaixaForum Zaragoza Av. de Anselmo Clavé, 4, 50004 Zaragoza URL * "Faraón. Rey de Egipto" [Pharaoh: King of Egypt] date: 15 September 2021 - 9 January 2022 Exhibition that explores, through nearly 130 objects on loan from the British Museum, the ideals, symbolism and ideology of the pharaohs, as well as the realities of life in Egypt. Travels to the CaixaForum Barcelona (7 June 2018 - 16 September 2018), the CaixaForum Madrid (17 October 2018 - January 20, 2019), the CaixaForum Girona (20 February 2019 - 25 August 2019), the CaixaForum Sevilla (27 September 2019 - 12 January 2020), the CaixaForum Tarragona (12 February 2020 - 14 March 2021), Museo Centro Gaiás, Santiago de Compostela (26 March 2021 - 15 August 2021), CaixaForum Zaragoza (15 September 2021 - 9 January 2022), CaixaForum Palma (11 February 2022 - 12 June 2022), CaixaForum Valencia (13 July 2022 – 13 November 2022). info: URL info: URL info: Spanish press reports at URL URL URL With a slideshow. info: Spanish press report at URL b) CaixaForum Palma Plaza de Weyler, 3, 07001 Palma URL * "Faraón. Rey de Egipto" [Pharaoh: King of Egypt] date: 11 February 2022 - 12 June 2022 Exhibition that explores, through nearly 130 objects on loan from the British Museum, the ideals, symbolism and ideology of the pharaohs, as well as the realities of life in Egypt. Travelling to the CaixaForum Barcelona (7 June 2018 - 16 September 2018), the CaixaForum Madrid (17 October 2018 - January 20, 2019), the CaixaForum Girona (20 February 2019 - 25 August 2019), the CaixaForum Sevilla (27 September 2019 - 12 January 2020), the CaixaForum Tarragona (12 February 2020 - 14 March 2021), the Museo Centro Gaiás, Santiago de Compostela (26 March 2021 - 15 August 2021), CaixaForum Zaragoza (15 September 2021 - 9 January 2022), CaixaForum Palma (11 February 2022 - 12 June 2022), CaixaForum Valencia (13 July 2022 – 13 November 2022). info: URL info: URL info: Spanish press report at URL c) La Caixa Forum Sevilla Centro Comercial Torre Sevilla C/ López Pintado, s/n, 41092 Sevilla URL * "Momias egipcias. Explorando vidas antiguas" [Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives] / "Momias del antiguo Egipto. Redescubriendo 6 vidas" [Mummies of Ancient Egypt: Rediscovering Six Lives] date: 20 April 2023 – 3 September 2023 Exhibition of six mummies from the British Museum and the research (CT scanning) done on them. The present tour will include the Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo (14 October 2021 – 12 January 2022), Kobe City Museum, Kobe (5 February – 8 May 2022, "British Museum Mummy Exhibition: Six Stories of Ancient Egypt"), La Caixa Forum Madrid (12/13 July – 30 October 2022), La Caixa Forum Barcelona (1 December 2022 – 2 April 2023), Caixa Forum Sevilla 20 April 2023 – 3 September 2023), CaixaForum Valencia (4 October 2023 – 28 January 2024). Earlier it toured (as "Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives" and "Momies égyptiennes : Passé retrouvé, mystères dévoilés") Australia (2016/2017), Hong Kong and Taiwan, and Canada (2019/2021). info: URL d) La CaixaForum Valencia Àgora, Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències, Valencia URL * “Faraón. Rey de Egipto” [Pharaoh: King of Egypt] date: 13 July 2022 – 13 November 2022 Exhibition that explores, through nearly 130 objects on loan from the British Museum, the ideals, symbolism and ideology of the pharaohs, as well as the realities of life in Egypt. Travelling to the CaixaForum Barcelona (7 June 2018 - 16 September 2018), the CaixaForum Madrid (17 October 2018 - January 20, 2019), the CaixaForum Girona (20 February 2019 - 25 August 2019), the CaixaForum Sevilla (27 September 2019 - 12 January 2020), the CaixaForum Tarragona (12 February 2020 - 14 March 2021), Museo Centro Gaiás, Santiago de Compostela (26 March 2021 - 15 August 2021), CaixaForum Zaragoza (15 September 2021 - 9 January 2022), CaixaForum Palma (11 February 2022 - 12 June 2022), CaixaForum Valencia (13 July 2022 – 13 November 2022). info: URL * "Momias egipcias. Explorando vidas antiguas" [Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives] / "Momias del antiguo Egipto. Redescubriendo 6 vidas" [Mummies of Ancient Egypt: Rediscovering Six Lives] date: 4 October 2023 – 28 January 2024 Exhibition of six mummies from the British Museum and the research (CT scanning) done on them. The present tour will include the Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo (14 October 2021 – 12 January 2022), Kobe City Museum, Kobe (5 February – 8 May 2022, "British Museum Mummy Exhibition: Six Stories of Ancient Egypt"), La Caixa Forum Madrid (12/13 July – 30 October 2022), La Caixa Forum Barcelona (1 December 2022 – 2 April 2023), Caixa Forum Sevilla (20 April 2023 – 3 September 2023), CaixaForum Valencia (4 October 2023 – 28 January 2024). Earlier it toured (as "Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives" and "Momies égyptiennes : Passé retrouvé, mystères dévoilés") Australia (2016/2017), Hong Kong and Taiwan, and Canada (2019/2021). info: URL info: Spanish press reports at URL URL e) La Caixa Forum Madrid Paseo del Prado, 36, 28014 Madrid URL * "Momias del antiguo Egipto. Redescubriendo 6 vidas" [Mummies of Ancient Egypt: Rediscovering Six Lives] date: 12/13 July 2022 – 30 October 2022 Exhibition of six mummies from the British Museum and the research (CT scanning) done on them. The present tour will include the Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo (14 October 2021 – 12 January 2022), Kobe City Museum, Kobe (5 February – 8 May 2022, "British Museum Mummy Exhibition: Six Stories of Ancient Egypt"), La Caixa Forum Madrid (12/13 July – 30 October 2022), La Caixa Forum Barcelona (1 December 2022 – 2 April 2023), Caixa Forum Sevilla 20 April 2023 – 3 September 2023), CaixaForum Valencia (4 October 2023 – 28 January 2024). Earlier it toured (as "Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives" and "Momies égyptiennes : Passé retrouvé, mystères dévoilés") Australia (2016/2017), Hong Kong and Taiwan, and Canada (2019/2021). info: URL info: URL f) La Caixa Forum Barcelona Av. de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 6-8, 08038 Barcelona URL * "Momias del antiguo Egipto. Redescubriendo 6 vidas" [Mummies of Ancient Egypt: Rediscovering Six Lives] date: 1 December 2022 – 2 April 2023 Exhibition of six mummies from the British Museum and the research (CT scanning) done on them. The present tour will include the Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo (14 October 2021 – 12 January 2022), Kobe City Museum, Kobe (5 February – 8 May 2022, "British Museum Mummy Exhibition: Six Stories of Ancient Egypt"), La Caixa Forum Madrid (12/13 July – 30 October 2022), La Caixa Forum Barcelona (1 December 2022 – 2 April 2023), Caixa Forum Sevilla 20 April 2023 – 3 September 2023), CaixaForum Valencia (4 October 2023 – 28 January 2024). Earlier it toured (as "Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives" and "Momies égyptiennes : Passé retrouvé, mystères dévoilés") Australia (2016/2017), Hong Kong and Taiwan, and Canada (2019/2021). info: URL g) Museo Arqueológico Nacional Callede Serrano 13, 28001 Madrid URL * "Amuletos funerarios egipcios. Protección y magia en el Más Allá" [Egyptian Funerary Amulets. Protection and Magic in the Hereafter] date: 19 October 2021 - 16 January 2022 Mini-exhibition (in La Vitrina Cero) about ancient Egyptian funerary amulets. info: URL info: Spanish press report at URL h) - i) Reials Col·legis Carrer de Sant Domènec, 21, Tortosa Tortosa, Tarragona 43500 * "Egipte 1909. El viatge dels Amatller a la terra dels faraons" [Egypt 1909. The voyage of Amatller to the land of the Pharaohs] date: 3 September 2021 - 30 September 2021 Photographic exhibition of the journey of the Amatller family to Egypt in 1909. info: URL info: Spanish press report at URL "Viajero y aficionado a la fotografía. El periplo que el industrial chocolatero Antoni Amatller y su familia hicieron por Sudán y Egipto, hace más de un siglo, ha sobrevivido al paso del tiempo para llegar a nuestros días convertido en la exposición fotográfica Egipte 1909: El viatge dels Amatller a la terra dels faraons. La muestra –una produción de B the travel brand Xperience y la Fundació Institut Amatller d’Art Hispànic– se podrá visitar en los Reials Col·legis de Tortosa desde mañana hasta el 30 de septiembre." j) Museo Etnológico by de las Culturas del Mundo-Montcada C Montcada, 12, 08003 Barcelona URL * "Udjat. L’exotisme de l’antic Egipte a Barcelona" / "Udjat, el exotismo del Antiguo Egipto en Barcelona" [Udjat, the exoticism of Ancient Egypt in Barcelona] date: 29 January 2021 - 15 June 2021 Exhibition that addresses the fascination in Catalonia, since the 19th century, for the civilization of ancient Egypt (and in general for Orientalism), via paintings, perfumes, jewels, architectural projects, and artistic designs. info: (Catalan) URL info: museum blog at URL info: related events - URL info: Spanish press report at URL info: Spanish press reports at URL URL Looks at 5 cases of local Egyptomania. info: Spanish press report at URL With examples of Egyptomania in Spain and about the four mummies of Catalunya. --AUSTRALIA-- a) Chau Chak Wing Museum University of Sydney Museums * Opening (incl. The Mummy Room) date: 18 November 2020 [was: 26 August 2020 [was: July 2020]] - ongoing The new museum will bring together the Macleay Museum, Nicholson Museum, and University Art Gallery under one roof. The Art Gallery and Macleay Museum are now closed but the Nicholson Museum will remain open until early next year. info: URL URL URL info: English press reports at URL "(..) Featuring 30,000 artefacts of artistic and archaeological significance from Egypt, Greece, Italy, Cyprus and the Middle East, the Nicholson Museum Collection is the largest collection of antiquities in the Southern Hemisphere. (..)" [For the collection, see: URL] URL "(..) The new museum will have a dedicated mummy room, where Inside Explorer will be used to allow both students and other visitors to interact with a digital copy of one of their Egyptian mummies. (..)" URL info: English press report at URL info: English press release at URL "(..) Dr Craig Barker describes 7 items coming out of long-term storage. (..) More than 70 per cent of the objects in the museum’s opening exhibitions have not been displayed publicly for at least 20 years. (...)" Includes a Saitic false tomb door and a floor fresco from Amarna. b) Australian Museum 1 William Street, Sydney, NSW 2010 URL * "Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs" date: TBA, November [was: Summer] 2023 - TBA Exhibition with 183 ancient Egyptian artefacts, including animal mummies, royal masks, amulets, etc. As part of 10-city international tour that opens at the Houston Museum of Natural Science (November 2021). info: source - URL info: source - URL info: English press report at URL "(..) It'll be the largest collection of Ramses II items to ever leave Egypt, in fact, and will also mark the first time in more than three decades that items connected with the pharaoh have left their home country. (..)" info: English press reports at URL URL "(..) The Australian Museum has locked in a new exhibition that showcases 183 rare objects from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo after its highly anticipated King Tutankhamun blockbuster scheduled for this year was cancelled. (..)" info: video with trailer at URL * "Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh" date: cancelled! [was: early 2021] Exhibition to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the discovery of King Tutankhamun's tomb, with over 150 authentic[!] artifacts from KV62, 60 of which have never traveled outside of Egypt. Earlier at the California Science Center, Los Angeles (March 24, 2018 - January 6, 2019), La Grande halle de la Villette, Paris (23 March 2019 - 15 September 2019). and the Saatchi Gallery, London (2 November 2019 - 3 May 2020); as part of a 10-city international tour, Sidney should have been the 5th city. info: URL URL info: English press reports at URL URL URL URL URL URL URL info: English press report at URL info: English press reports at URL URL info: English press report at URL info: English press report at URL "The NSW government plans to spend $57.5 million to expand Australia's oldest museum so it can stage the blockbuster Tutankhamun exhibition and accommodate peak predictions of nine new visitors every minute. (..)" info: English press report at URL info: English press reports at URL "(..) The highly-anticipated King Tutankhamun exhibition that was set to be the crowning glory of the Australian Museum's $57 million renovation has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic with no future date set. (..)" URL info: English press report at URL "The treasures of King Tutankhamun will not stop in Sydney with confirmation the blockbuster tour, which was to have crowned the Australian Museum’s $57 million renovations, has been cancelled. (..)" * Re-opening after renovation date: 28 November 2020 - ongoing info: URL Egyptian collection: URL "(..) The Australian Museum’s Egyptian Collection features 1,100 items. (...)" info: English press report at URL --LIECHTENSTEIN-- a) - ---SWITZERLAND--- a) - b) Antikenmuseum Basel und Sammlung Ludwig St. Alban–Graben 5, CH-4010 Basel URL * "Ägypten. 3000 Jahre Hochkultur am Nil" date: 2 March 2021 – ongoing New gallery installations with 600 ancient Egyptian artefacts exhibited in six theme areas. info: URL info: press release at URL info: French press report at URL info: French press report at URL "Le musée antique de Bâle (Antikenmuseum Basel und Sammlung Ludwig), qui accueille entre 60 000 et 80 000 visiteurs chaque année, vient d’achever la refonte complète de ses collections d’antiquités égyptiennes, soit 600 œuvres réparties dans 550 m² avec un degré d’interactivité inédit. (..)" With videos. --FINLAND-- a) - --ESTONIA-- a) - ---DENMARK--- a) - --BULGARIA-- a) - --CZECH REPUBLIC-- a) - --HUNGARY-- a) - b) Szépmuvészeti Múzeum [Museum of Fine Arts] Dózsa György út 41, H-1146 Budapest, URL URL * “II. Amenhotep és kora. A fáraó sírjának felfedezése” [Amenhotep II and His Time. The Discovery of the Pharaoh’s Tomb] date: 17 September 2021 – 9 January 2022 [postponed; was: 15/17 Apri 2020 – 26/29 July 2020] Exhibition with more than 140 artifacts about the reign of Amenhotep II, incl. a reconstruction of his burial chamber. Curators: Patrizia Piacentini (University of Milan); Christian Orsenigo (Museum of Crema); Éva Liptay (Budapest Museum of Fine Arts). info: (in Hungarian) URL info: (in English) URL info: English press reports at URL "(..) The exhibition presents his reign throughout several sections, from diverse aspects. The reconstruction of Amenhotep II’s sumptuous tomb relies on the ample documentation of Victor Loret’s discovery, which is held at the archive of the University of Milan (..)." URL "In the year of 1898, the grave of Amenhotep II was discovered in the Valley of Kings near to Luxor in Egypt. This will be an extraordinary exhibition for those interested in Egyptian history, and especially the main room of the exhibition will be a thrill, as it will show almost a copy of the original grave chamber which was discovered during the excavations. The exhibition was shown in a similar way in Milano in 2017, but still, this will be a completely different exhibition with different objects on display. The exhibition is divided into three different parts. (..) Totally, more than 140 artifacts will be shown at the exhibition, and many of them are borrowed from institutions such as the British Museum, the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, the Museum of Fine Arts in Vienna, and some others." c) Komplex Király utca 26, Budapest URL * "Tutanhamon rejtélye és kincsei" [Tutankhamun's Mystery and Treasure] date: 8 November 2019 - 10 January 2021 [3rd prolongation; was: till 31 October 2020] [2nd prolongation; was: till 26 April 2020] [1st prolongation; was: till 1 or 22 March 2020] One of the three travelling exhibition with ca. 1000 replicas of objects from the tomb of Tutankhamun. info: URL (in English) URL "The exhibition reopened on July 30 and awaits those interested until October 31." info: URL "A kiállítás 2019. november 8. és 2020. április 26.. között minden nap (munkaszüneti napokon is) várja a látogatókat." info: source - URL info: Hungarian press report at URL info: English press report at URL info: German press report at URL Interview with Támas Elter, curator of the exhibition. --POLAND-- a) - b) Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie/National Museum in Warsaw Aleje Jerozolimskie 3, 00-495 Warsaw URL URL * “Reopening Ancient Art Gallery“ date: December 2020 - ongoing info: URL URL "Permanent galleries and temporary exhibitions at the National Museum in Warsaw are open to visitors from Tuesday, February 2, 2021." info: gallery infomation at URL With artefacts from ancient Egypt, the Ancient Near East, Rome and Greece. info: Polish press report at URL info: English press report at URL "The ancient world of Egypt, Greece and Rome with mummies, hieroglyph-filled papyrus and ancient statues is once again available to the public as the Gallery of Ancient Art at Warsaw’s National Museum opened its doors after a break of 10 years. Work on the new permanent exhibition was completed in December last year, but culture-starved visitors had to wait until today [Feb 2] to see the ancient treasures, one day after the government relaxed the pandemic-related closure of museums and art galleries. (...)" With some photos. --JAPAN--- a) - b) Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art 1-1-1 Wakinohama Kaigan-dori, Chuo-ku, Kobe City 651-0073 URL * “Egypt, Land of Discoveries” date: November 20, 2021 – February 27, 2022 Exhibition with 270 objects on loan from the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden (250 pharaonic antiquities and 20 19th century plates). Earlier it was at the Aichi Prefectureal Museum of Art, Nagoya (Sept. 19, 2020 – Dec. 6, 2020), the Shizuoka City Museum of Art (Dec. 19, 2020 – March 31, 2021), the Tokyu Bunkamura, Tokyo (April 16, 2021 – June 27, 2021), Sendai City Museum, Sendai (July 9, 2021 - September 5, 2021), and Yamaguchi Prefectural Art Museum (September 18, 2021 – November 7, 2021). info: URL URL info: URL URL c) Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum 8-36 Ueno-Park Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0007 URL * “Art & Power: From Pharaohs to Daimyos. Masterworks from the Museum of Fine Arts Boston date: cancelled [was: April 16, 2020 – July 5, 2020] Exhibition that should have featured some 60 artworks from Egypt, Europe, India, China, Japan, and other regions, illustrating the history of art’s relationship with power. info: URL info: URL URL * “Art and Power: From Pharaohs to Daimyos. Masterworks from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston” date: cancelled [was: July 18, 2020 – October 4, 2020] Exhibition that should have featured some 60 artworks from Egypt, Europe, India, China, Japan, and other regions, illustrating the history of art’s relationship with power. Earlier at Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (April 16, 2020 – July 5, 2020). info: source - URL e) Kobe City Museum 24 Kyomachi, Chuo Ward, Kobe, Hyogo 650-0034 URL * “Art and Power: From Pharaohs to Daimyos. Masterworks from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston” date: cancelled [was: October 24, 2020 – January 17, 2021] Exhibition that should have featured some 60 artworks from Egypt, Europe, India, China, Japan, and other regions, illustrating the history of art’s relationship with power. Earlier at Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (April 16, 2020 – July 5, 2020) and Fukuoka Art Museum (July 18, 2020 – October 4, 2020). info: source - URL f) Tokyo Fuji Art Museum Yano-machi 492-1, Hachioji City, Tokyo 192-0016 URL * “Ancient Egypt - The Creation of the World” date: September 19, 2021 – January 16, 2022 [prolongation; was: till December 5, 2021] Exhibition about gods, creation, and afterlife, with 130 artefacts on loan from the Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung Berlin. Earlier at the Edo-Tokyo Museum (November 21, 2020 - April 4, 2021), Kyoto City Kyocera Museum of Art, Kyoto (April 17, 2021 – June 27, 2021), Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art, Shizuoka (July 10, 2021 - September 5, 2021). info: URL g) - h) - i) National Museum of Nature and Science 7–20 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110–8718 URL * "British Museum Mummy Exhibition: Six Stories of Ancient Egypt" date: 14 October 2021 – 12 January 2022 Exhibition of six mummies from the British Museum and the research (CT scanning) done on them. The present tour will include the Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo (14 October 2021 – 12 January 2022), Kobe City Museum, Kobe (5 February – 8 May 2022), La Caixa Forum Madrid (12 July – 30 October 2022), La Caixa Forum Barcelona (1 December 2022 – 2 April 2023). Earlier it toured (as "Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives" and "Momies égyptiennes : Passé retrouvé, mystères dévoilés") Australia (2016/2017), Hong Kong and Taiwan, and Canada (2019/2021). info: URL info: URL j) Kobe City Museum 24 Kyomachi, Chuo Ward, Kobe, Hyogo 650-0034 URL * "British Museum Mummy Exhibition: Six Stories of Ancient Egypt" date: 5 February 2022 – 8 May 2022 Exhibition of six mummies from the British Museum and the research (CT scanning) done on them. The present tour will include the Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo (14 October 2021 – 12 January 2022), Kobe City Museum, Kobe (5 February – 8 May 2022), La Caixa Forum Madrid (12 July – 30 October 2022), La Caixa Forum Barcelona (1 December 2022 – 2 April 2023). Earlier it toured (as "Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives" and "Momies égyptiennes : Passé retrouvé, mystères dévoilés") Australia (2016/2017), Hong Kong and Taiwan, and Canada (2019/2021). info: URL URL URL --PORTUGAL-- a) Museu Calouste Gulbenkian Av. de Berna 45A, 1067-001 Lisboa URL URL * “ Pharaons superstars” date: October 2022 - TBA [postponement; was: October 29, 2020 – March 1, 2021] Exhibition about the role of the pharaons in history and popular culture, with 300 objecs on loan from many museums. Earlier at Mucem, Marseille (June 2022- TBA) and later at Musée de la Civilisation de Québec, Québec city. info: URL info: source - URL "Museu Gulbenkian vai apresentar grande exposição sobre faraós e arte egípcia em 2022. --BRAZIL-- a) Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (CCBB) Brasília SCES (Setor de Clubes Esportivos Sul) Trecho 02, lote 22, Edifício Tancredo Neves - Asa Sul - Brasília, DF 70200-002 URL * "Egito Antigo: do cotidiano à eternidade" [Ancient Egypt: From everyday life to eternity] date: 6 February 2021 - 31 October 2021 [was: 3 February (was: 30 January) 2021 - 25 April 2021] Travelling exhibition with 140 objects on loan from the Egyptian Museum in Turin. Most recently at the CBB São Paulo (19 February 2020 - 3 January 2021). info: URL info: virtual tour at URL info: Italian press report at URL "(..) Presto però bisognerà smontare tutto, perché il 30 gennaio si inaugurerà la nuova sede a Brasilia, la capitale brasiliana. (..)" info: Portuguese press report at URL info: Portuguese press report at URL info: Portuguese press report at URL "A exposição tem entrada gratuita e está em cartaz no CCBB Brasília até o dia 31 de outubro de 2021, cujo agendamento deve ser feito pela internet." Includes a slideshow. b) Parque D. Pedro Shopping Avenida Guilherme Campos, 500, Jardim Santa Genebra, Campinas * "Museu Itinerante Mistério do Antigo Egito e Terra Santa" [The travelling museum Mystery of Ancient Egypt and the Holy Land] date: 20 August 2021 - 17 October 2021 Some 60 original objects and 113 replicas will be on display, including some replicas of objects from the tomb of Tutankhamun. info: URL info: Portuguese press report at URL --RUSSIA-- a) The State Hermitage Museum 2, Dvortsovaya Ploshchad, 190000 Sint Petersburg URL * "The Mummy Changes its Name" date: 15 September 2021 - 12 December 2021 [postponed; was: 2 July 2021 – 31 August 2021] Exhibition dedicated to the results of a 2017 study of a mummy kept in the Hermitage under the (nick)name "Babat". (It is likely that this is the mummy of the priest Pakesh, whose sarcophagi are also kept in the Hermitage.) info: URL URL ---ISRAEL-- a) Israel Museum Davidson Temporary Exhibition Gallery, Archaeology Wing Derech Ruppin 11, Jerusalem * "Emoglyphs. Picture-Writing from Hieroglyphs to the Emoji" [was: “iGlyph - Hieroglyphs from the Pyramids to Cyberspace”] Exhibition about the metamorphosis of picture-writing from antiquity to modern times through a wealth of finds from ancient Egypt, displayed against the background of contemporary emoji use. date: 16 December 2019 - 4 July 2021 [3rd polongation; was: till 05 June 2021] [2nd prolongation; was: till 04 April 2021] [1st prolongation; was: till 12 October 2020] info: URL --SOUTH KOREA-- a) National Museum of Korea 137 Seobinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul URL * "World Culture Gallery - Egypt Gallery: "Egypt: Life, Death and Rebirth"" date: December 16, 2019 - March 1, 2022 [prolongation; was: till November 7, 2021] Exhibition of 94 Egyptian artifacts on loan from the Brooklyn Museum, including mummies, coffins and sculptures dating from 4100 B.C. to 2 A.D. info: URL info: English press report at URL "(..) One of the highlights is a relief of Ramses II in limestone. It is suggested it came from the temple of Ramses II at Abydos and was carved within the first two years of his reign. The exhibition also shows the mummy and wooden coffin of priest Thothirdes. Carbon-14 dating, a scientific method used to determine the date of archaeological samples, indicates that Thothirdes died between 768 B.C. and 545 B.C., supporting the 26th Dynasty date suggested by the style of his coffin. (..) The World Culture Gallery, according to Bae, will showcase a rotation of artifacts from other parts of the world every one or two years after the Egypt exhibition." b) War Memorial of Korea 29, Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-dong, Seoul * "Tutankhamun: His Tomb and His Treasures" date: 22 June 2021 - 24 April 2022 A travelling exhibition with more than 1000 replicas of objects from the tomb of Tutankhamun. Earlier at Halle 622, Zürich (10 July 2020 - 20 April, 2021). info: URL info: URL [This signals that the exhibitions in Mannheim and Seoul run concurrently. AKE] info: English press report at URL With a video report at URL info: English press report at URL ---PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA--- a) - b) Hubei Provincial Museum No. 160, East Lake Road, Wuchang District, Wuhan City, Hubei Province URL * "Egyptian collection of the Accademia dei Concordi" [working title] date: TBA Travelling exhibition of part of the ancient Egyptian collection of the Accademia dei Concordi; among the 500 artefacts are two mummies (Meryt and Baby). Earlier at the Pallazo Roncale, Rovigo (14 April 2018 - 29 July 2018; "Egitto ritrovato"); will travel to three other museums in China. info: Italian press reports at URL URL URL URL ---SAUDI ARABIA--- a) Ithra Museum 8386 Ring Rd, Gharb Al Dhahran, Az Zahran 34461 URL * "[The Egyptian Civilisation]" (working title) date: November 2020 - November 2022 Exhibition featuring 84 Egyptian artifacts. info: English press reports at URL URL ---UNITED ARAB EMIRATES--- a) Sharjah Archaeology Museum Sheikh Rashid Bin Saqr Al Qasimi St - Dasman - Sharjah URL * "Deir El-Medina, Pharaohs Artists Village" date: November 10, 2021 - August 31, 2022 Interactive exhibition geared toward children, telling the story of Deir El-Medina. info: URL info: English press report at URL info: English press report at URL "(..) Aimed at children under the age of 12, the exhibition was inaugurated in cooperation with the Museo Egizio (Egyptian Museum) in Turin, Italy. 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