Lectures 2010-2011

Invitation Lazaridis

The Cultural Centre of the Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt in Athens, the Scolars' Association of Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation, and the Hellenic Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt(HSSAE) invite you, within the framework of a series of lectures organised by the HSSAE and entitled: "Archaeology in the Egyptian oases", to a lecture by

Dr Nikolaos Lazaridis, Egyptologist,
Assistant Professor of Ancient History in the California State University, Sacramento.

with the title:

The Abu Simbel and the Nubian Temples’ Salvage Project: Protecting the World Cultural Heritage

Ημερομηνία: 
Thu, 30/11/2006 - 17:00
Είδος εκδήλωσης: 
Ημερίδα

C O N F E R E N C E P R O G R A M

O p e n i n g c e r e m o n y

Alain Fohr
Counsellor in Cooperation and Cultural Action – Director
17:00-17:45
Ayman Εl Mahgoub
Director of the Cultural Center - Embassy of Egypt in Athens

S p e e c h e s

17:45-18:00 Ann-Louise Schallin (Lecture in English)
Director of the Swedish Institute at Athens

The Abu Simbel Project in the view of the Swedish Egyptologist
Säve-Söderbergh

English

Educational Programmes for primary school children, 2009-2010

Within the framework of cultural and education actions, H.S.S.A.E. is presenting a series of educational programmes on various aspects of the Egyptian civilization. The programmes are taking place on the second Saturday of each month from December 2009 until May 2010.

DECEMBER 2009 - MAY 2010 PROGRAMME

Saturday 12 December: «Toutankhamon the shining prince»

Saturday 9 January: «Pyramids: Mystery graves»

Saturday 13 February: «School-pupil-teacher: how to write in hieroglyphics»

Educational Programmes

The first major action of Η.S.S.A.E. is being presented here. The educational programs are aimed at primary school children. The 2009-2010 educational schedules consist of a series of 6 seminars that run from December 2009 until May 2010. Each event not only aims to entertain children by making use of games, puppet shows, arts and crafts but also to educate the parent/companion. Arabic music complements children's journey through the ancient Egyptian civilization.

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