What is The Sussex Egyptology Society?
Formed on the 10th of September 1996, the Sussex Egyptology Society (SES)
grew out of an evening study course in Egyptology attended by about 30
Several of the students on that course still serve on the committee of the society, which in the years since has grown into one of the major Egyptology groups in the UK.
A registered charity (No 1060748), the SES runs an outstanding annual programme of monthly lecture meetings, attracting leading Egyptological specialist speakers from the UK and overseas.
The Honorary President of the SES is Professor Barry Kemp
CBE, University of Cambridge, Director of the Amarna Project
Seen here are the SES committee members, at the Brighton venue, from October 2010.
Jeff, Lynn, Mick, Janet, Carol, Valerie, Sheila, Gill and Keith (not shown are Janice and Helen)
Study Day - Egypt in Detail
On Saturday, May 18th the SES are pleased to host a study day at our Worthing venue.
We do hope you are able to attend and look forward to seeing you there.
Egypt in England
An ongoing project to list Egyptian-themed buildings, museum collections and monuments countrywide.
SES guest lecturers have included
Dr Kent R. Weeks
Nigel & Helen Strudwick
|Barry Kemp CBE
Frequently asked questions (FAQ's)
How do I join, and what do I get? Click here
What lectures and events are coming up, where and when? Click here
Who runs the SES? Click here
Sussex Egyptology Society is pleased to have been able to assist Bloomsbury Summer School and Bloomsbury Academy launch their website, which is hosted by egyptology-uk.com (www.egyptology-uk.com/bloomsbury). We also host the Leicester Ancient Egypt Society website.
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budgets of Egyptological groups, educational, excavation and research
- Includes complete design and website management.
Would you like a web address associated with one of the most regularly
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