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Titre

L’écriture hiéroglyphique et ses dérivés, 3: Abnormal Hieratic

Dates

26 mars 2020

Organisateur(s)

Mme Noémie Monbaron, UNIGE

Mme Aurélie Quirion, UNIGE

Intervenant(s)

Koen Donker van Heel, University Lecturer, Université de Leyde

Description

Abnormal Hieratic

The cursive Egyptian writing (hieratic) evolves from the 1st millennium BC in the Theban Area into an unusual writing called Abnormal hieratic. It will be overthrown by the demotic in the 7th century BC. Abnormal hieratic is probably the most difficult cursive script from ancient Egypt, but students can learn it. The intended course will show that it is actually easy to do and great fun as well. The audience will receive all course materials (course book, photos and palaeographies) well in advance. Build-up: the first 1 to 1.5 hours will be dealing with a general introduction and a breakdown of the essential knowledge, after which the students will be taken on a whirlwind ride through two abnormal hieratic documents that they have been given to prepare, P. Vienna D 12002 and P. Louvre E 3228 G, from the reigns of Psamtik I and Taharqa, respectively.

Programme

 

 

 

 

Lieu

Genève

Information

11h-16h (avec pause repas entre 13h-14h)

Université de Genève - Bastions

Salle B2305

Rue de Candolle 5

 



Places

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