Egyptoblog

Blog de l'Association Egyptologique du Gard
Nov
17

Accompagner les couples dans leur vécu émotionnel face à l’épreuve du cancer digestif.

Le Learning Center de l’Université de Lille – sciences humaines et sociales inaugure la collection « Les doc’teurs – une thèse, un docteur, un mini doc » pour rendre accessible à tous les résultats scientifiques de quelques-unes des meilleures thèses de doctorat soutenues à l’Université.

Accompagner les couples dans leur vécu émotionnel face à l’épreuve du cancer digestif.
Dans ce troisième mini-doc de la série, Émilie Constant, docteure du laboratoire de recherche SCALab (UMR 9193), nous explique comment la compréhension des processus émotionnels complexes peut aider à mieux accompagner les couples qui traversent l’épreuve du cancer

Réalisation :

Émilie Constant – docteur en psychologie cognitive, Université de Lille, Sciences Humaines et Sociales
Nadia Malmi – Direction de la recherche, Université de Lille, Sciences Humaines et Sociales

HaHa Films – Association audiovisuelle

 

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Nov
17

Rencontre Littéraire avec Marie Cosnay

lecture d’extraits de sa traduction des Métamorphoses d’Ovide parue aux éditions de l’Ogre en octobre 2017

Modératrices : Séverine Clément-Tarantino et Florence Klein, Faculté des Humanités

Interprétations au hautbois par Julien Marceau de quelques pièces des Métamorphoses de Benjamin Britten

 

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134 lectures
Nov
17

ACTUALITÉS : L'Agglo vous invite à voyager, destination l’Égypte des pharaons !

La Médiathèque André Malraux de l'Agglomération est fière d'accueillir Damien Agut, le mercredi 29 novembre à 18h30 dans l'Auditorium à l'occasion des rendez-vous immanquables. L'occasion d'assister à une conférence spéciale sur les dernières ...
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Nov
16

Jan 6, 1:00 PM: FAMILY PROGRAM: Junior Archaeologists | AGES 5–12

Let loose your inner Indiana Jones! Children and parents dig into our simulated excavation while learning about the real science of archaeology at the Oriental Institute's Kipper Family Archaeology Discovery Center. This program includes an interactive guided tour of the galleries. Registration required.

Date: January 6, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

See: http://oi.uchicago.edu/register
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Nov
16

Jan 20, 1:00 PM: FAMILY PROGRAM: What's Up King Tut? | Ages 5-12

King Tut wasn’t the only boy king? Find out the real story of what makes King Tutankhamun famous, find his artifacts in our gallery, and decipher the hieroglyphs on his 17-foot-tall statue. Registration recommended.

Date: January 20, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

See: http://oi.uchicago.edu/register
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148 lectures
Nov
16

A temple for Isis dating back to Ancient Egypt era unearthed

CAIRO – 16 November 2017: An official mission of archaeological experts unearthed the foundations of a temple for Isis in Tell Atrib located in Banha city, the capital of Qalyubia Governorate.

The foundations of the temple carried many inscriptions and portraits for Isis and Horus and the remains of many of the temple’s walls.

The discovery was coincidentally made while construction works for police officers’ housing project were being carried out.

Regarding the discovery, many experts believe that it may lead to an ancient Egyptian site in Tell Atrib site.

Recently, the Ministry of Antiquities has announced archaeological discoveries in several governorates such as Fayoum, Luxor and Saqqara.

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Nov
16

60 golden pieces of Tutankhamun at Egyptian Museum for 1st time

CAIRO - 16 November 2017: Up to 60 golden pieces of King Tutankhamun's chariot were put on display for the first time at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo as part of celebrations of the 115th anniversary of its opening on Wednesday.

The celebrations, planned to continue till December 31, are organized by the Antiquities Ministry in cooperation with the German Archaeological Institute in Cairo.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, Antiquities Minister Khaled el Annani said the ceremony reflects mutual cooperation between Egypt and Germany in the archaeological field.

The golden items have been stored at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo since the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun in 1922, he added.

German Ambassador to Egypt Julius Georg Luy as well as the chairman of the German Archaeological Institute in Cairo attended the opening ceremony.

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Nov
16

Nov 16, 3:00 PM: Curator Led Book of the Dead Tour

November 16, 2017, 3:00-3:30 pm and 3:30-4:00 pm Please join us for the unique opportunity to receive a special half-hour guided tour of the Oriental Institute special exhibit "Book of the Dead: Becoming God in Ancient Egypt" from the exhibition curator, Dr. Foy Scalf. The exhibit highlights the newest research on the Book of the Dead by exploring what the Book of the Dead meant to the ancient Egyptians through two 30 foot long papyri and nearly 50 rarely displayed objects more than 2,000 years old. You will discover how the ancient Egyptians believed the use of text and elaborate imagery allowed them to live forever as gods. Registration is strictly limited to 15 people per tour. Please meet in the Oriental Institute Lobby and check in upon arrival.

Date: November 16, 2017
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

See: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/curator-led-tour-of-book-of-the-dead-exhibit-tickets-39557763335
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Nov
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Feb 7, 7:00 PM: LECTURE: The Other Book of the Dead

Oriental Institute Lecture Series Eckley B. Coxe, Jr. Professor of Egyptology, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Pennsylvania; Curator in Charge of the Egyptian Collection, Penn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology The Book of the Dead (the modern term for the ancient Egyptian Book of Going Forth in the Day) is usually described as a roll of papyri with inscribed funerary texts that often included illustrated vignettes. From the New Kingdom on, it became part of the equipment Egyptians wanted for their Afterlife. The spells, however, were not limited to papyri and appear on coffins, figurines, jewelry, amulets, chests, shrines, wrappings, shrouds, tomb walls, etc. The lecture will focus on this latter group and its use of these magical texts.

Date: February 7, 2018
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:45 PM

See: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lecture-the-other-book-of-the-dead-tickets-38080454665?aff=es2
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Nov
16

2016 : Cahiers Caribeens d'Egyptologie 22

pointEditorial d'Alain Anselin: Le vingt deuxième numéro des Cahiers Caribéens d'Egyptologie commence aux aurores du monde, en déploie les origines en métaphores conceptuelles fécondes et s'arrête aux mots de la pensée humaine du temps qui l'emporte dans sa vague inlassablement présente ...

pointMohamed Gamal RASHED : "Does the egg emerge from Ra 'or vice versa' ?" (Article in English)
The article discusses an unusual theme in the metaphoric relation between the creator god and the egg. A magical text attested on a hieratic ostracon from Deir el-Madina (ODeM 1227) presents a new metaphoric relation in which the creator god is the anticipant to the primeval egg, while the egg is who emerged from the creator (Ra), not the vice versa, as it is well attested in the religious sources. The article discusses these different themes and the relevant evidences, meanwhile assuming an interpretation for the abnormal theme that attested on ODeM 1227.

pointMouhamadou Nissire SARR, Université Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar : "m swht, Dès les origines, l'oeuf, swht ... Courte étude comparée de quelques cosmogonies africaines" (Article en Français)
Trois écoles philosophiques dominent la pensée théologique des anciens Egyptiens : les écoles philosophiques héliopolitaine, memphite et hermopolitaine. A Héliopolis, le dieu Atoum surgit du Noun, l'eau primordiale, monta sur la colline proimordiale, le Benben, et constatant qu'il était seul, songea à créer ses compagnons. Après s'être engendré, il cracha les divinités Shou et Tefnet qui donnèrent Geb et Nout qui, à leur tour eurent pour fils Osiris et Seth et pour filles Isis et Nephtys ...

pointPierre Oum Ndigi, Université de Yaoundé I : "Le dieu égyptien 3kr face(s) à le coupure histoire / préhistoire qui régit les récits du passé" (Article en Français)
De l'histoire comme "Janus de la vie moderne" (J. Capart, 1945, 15), donc continuité entre le passé et l'avenir, à l'histoire conçue comme rupture entre un passé qui ignore l'écriture et un passé qui en procède, il y a toute une différence de conception qui soulève la question de la pertinence épistémologique d'une histoire paradoxalement appelée préhistoire ...

pointWolfram GRAJETZKI, "Two burials of Neferuptah and other second burials for royal women" (Article in English)
In 1956 an Egyptian team directed by Nagib Farag and Zaky Iskander undertook excavations in the area of Hawara about 2 km from the pyramid of Amenemhat III. There they discovered the burial of the king's daughter Neferuptah. The tomb was found undisturbed, and despite the limited preservation of organic materials, it still contained an impressive array of objects including personal adornments ...

pointRasha METAWI and Hosan REFAI, "Illustrative Repertoire of the Book of the Dead in Mythological Papyri of the 21st Dynasty" (Article in English)
At variance with the usual composition of the Books of the hereafter, which combined a great deal of texts with few carefully designed vignettes, the mythological papyri of the 21st Dynasty, are formed of numerous symbolic representations, which allude to the progress of the deceased's afterlife journey from death to resurrection. With only a few legends, these papyri had to count on the magical power of their symbolic images, many of which originated in the vignettes of specific chapters of the Book of the Dead, in order to secure a successful regeneration for the owner ..

pointHussein BASSIR, "Doing Good is a Monument : On the self-preentation of Neshor on theophorous statue hermitage 2962" (Article in English)
The writing of the nonroyal self was an ancient tradition in Egyptian scribal forms and practices. Though this medium ancient Egyptian individuals expressed themselves in several ways. In addition to other media, image and text were particularly the main tools that the Eyptian elite members utilized to promote themselves. Individuals composed (or had composed for them) self-presentations that would preserve their memory and themselves though the deities and the temple clergy and would allow them to enjoy blessings in the afterlife ...

pointAdel Zine Al-Abedine, Département d'Archéologie, Faculté des Lettres, Université de Tanta : "Une statue d'une personne agenouillée de Samanoud" (Article en Français)
Aujourd'hui conservée dans les magasins du Musée de Tell Basta, une statue fragmentaire découverte dans la ville de Samanoud représente une personne agenouillée pouvant embrasser un Naos. L'article en publie la description et l'inscription hiéroglyphique portée au bas de son pilier dorsal ...

pointHaria Incordino, "Some remarks about an 'apothropaic' stela of the National Archaeological Museum of Naples (MANN)" (Article in English)
The Egyptian Collection of the National Archaeological Museum of Naples (MANN) has recently been object of a complete renovation process, culminated in the new opening of the last October, 7th, 2016. In fact, due mainly to technical reasons, since 2010 the Egyptian material of Naples was removed from the original exhibition and kept in the museum storerooms. The new setting of the permanent rooms has provided a good chance to update the interpretation on the object displayed. The new installation concept (thematic vs the previous collection acquisition history) has given the opportunity to focus the visitor's attention on some main topics of ancient Egyptian culture, such as pharaohs and man, tomb equipment (with a particular emphasis on mummies), contacts between Egypt and the Mediterranean world and religion and magie. The latter subject, to which has been dedicated the Room 22 (exhibition planning by the writer), has revealed new research directions ...

pointAlain Anselin, "From KMT to SO-WE-TO. Hiéroglyphes, écritures acrophoniques syllabiques et unilitères dans le Proche-Orient du Second Millénaire BC" (Article en Français)
Il était une fois trois fois bel conte, celui des épopées prédatrices et meurtrières des grandes puissances du Proche-Orient depuis leurs palais de Mésopotamie, d'Anatolie, des côtes et des îles méditerranéennes de l'Asie et de l'Europe. Quatre fois bel conte, la grande puissance africaine ayant delta sur la Méditerranée entra dans la salle de bal géopolitique par les Chemins d'Horus, et rejoignit ce que les historiens ont appelé le 'club of royal brothers', affectionyme que chaque roi donnait à l'autre dans les correspondances qu'ils échangeaient - entre deux guerres visant pour chacun à vassaliser les vassaux de l'autre, et pour les vassaux à changer de protecteur ou à s'en libérer. L'histoire ayant sa dialectique, les guerres qui en réglaient le cours devaient un jour produire leur contraire. Jaam rekk ...

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