27th August


27th August
Program

registration, lectures, aTC workshop and visit to the new exhibiton in the Medical History Museum: Ages and Diseases

The Semmelweis Medical History Museum, Library

(1023 Budapest, Török utca 12)


Opening 

9-10h

Registration

10-11h

Opening / greetings  


Hungarian-Egyptian Friendship Society / Hedvig Győry, 

HEFS and ancient Egyptian Researches 


HNM Semmelweis Medical History Museum / Krisztina Scheffer, 

Zoltán Arányi, the most famous mummified Hungarian boy


Hungarian Natural History Museum / Pap I, Szikossy I, 

Mummies from Vác


coffee break


session 1.

11,00-11,20

Orsolya László,

„Make them visible” – exploring children in ancient Egyptian sources and their bioarchaeological context

11,40-12,00

Dina Faltings, 

The Mummies of the Egyptian Collection at the University of Heidelberg

12,00-12,20

Helen Donoghue, 

Research-history of the Granville mummy

12,20-12,40

David Minnikin, 

New lipid biomarker data confirm the diagnosis of tuberculosis in the Granville mummy


lunch


Ancient Tuberculosis Diagnosis Workshop

14,30-18,30h

(aTB Workshop.pdf)



c. 19,00 (after the workshop) 

Welcome Party

Semmelweis Medical History Museum

(1013 Budapest, Apród u. 1-3.)

Exhibition:

Korok és Kórok. Amiről a holtak mesélnek 

Diseases for the Ages. What the Deceased Tell Us

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