28th August, Wednesday


28th August, Wednesday
Program

lectures and presentation of the Nephthys Project

Hungarian Natural History Museum

(1083 Budapest, Ludovika tér 6.)


session 2.

9,00-9,20

Stephanie Zesch, Manuela Gander, Marc Loth, Stephanie Panzer, Wilfried Rosendahl, Saskia Wetzig, Albert Zink, Stephan Koja,

Precious Decorated Bodies for Eternal Life: Two Late Roman Period Portrait Mummies With a Particular Collection History Analysed by Computed Tomography

9,20-9,40

Helen D. Donoghue 

Roman Egypt – leprosy and tuberculosis in the Dakhleh Oasis during the 1st–4th centuries AD

9,40-10,00

Enikő Szvák, Hedvig Győry,

Purpose and beginning of the Nephthys Project

10,00-10,20

Snježana Schuster, Antal Sklánitz, Enikő Szvák, Ildikó Szikossy, Ildikó Pap

Spine pathology of the Ancient Egyptian Mummies – preliminary results and scientific significance


coffee break


Nephthys workshop + lunch

11,00-17,00h

(Nephthys_ workshop.pdf)


coffee break


session 3: Poster session

17,10-17,20

Enikő Szvák, Antal Sklánitz, Krisztina Scheffer, 

A peculiar „nose-prosthesis” in the Semmelweis Medical History Museum

17,20-17,30

Enikő Szvák, Antal Sklánitz, Krisztina Scheffer,

A possible case of leprosy from ancient Egypt

17,30-17,40

Ildikó Szikossy, Kinga Karlinger, Gergely Pölöskei, Ildikó Horányi, Krisztina Scheffer, Ildikó Pap,

Traces of autopsy on an 18th-century child mummy, Vác, Hungary

17,40-17,50

Enikő Szvák et alii.

An ancient Egyptian falcon mummy identified by multidisciplinary methods

17,50-18,00

Zsófi Sajtos, Anett Nyíri, Enikő Szvák, Edina Baranyai

The elemental analysis of the Gamhud mummy artifacts: bone fragments and textiles

18,00-18,10

Enikő Szvák,

Ancient Egyptian human remains from the Collection of Aurél Török

18,10-18,20

György Pálfi, Zsolt Bereczki,HélèneCuvigny,  Jean-PierreBrun,

Partially mummified remains of a 3rd century AD individual from the Eastern Desert in Egypt: a preliminary paleopathological study

18,20-18,30

Gabriela Jungová – Pavel Onderka,

The Curious Case of Nefersobek

18,30-18,40

Ildikó Szikossy, Mihály Molnár, István Major, James Schanandor, Denise Morrison, Antal Sklánitz, Donna Westrich, Enikő Szvák, Ildikó Pap

Bolivian mummy with 3 hands? - The inside story of a Bolivian mummy bundle


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