29th August, Thursday


29th August, Thursday
Program

lectures and closing remarks

Semmelweis Medical History Museum, Library

(1023 Budapest, Török utca 12)


session 4.

9,00-9,20

Albert R. Zink, Christina Wurst, Frank Maixner

Paleogenetics of ancient Egyptian mummies – Insights, limitations and perspectives

9,20-9,40

Cinzia Oliva, Daniela Picchi, 

“Starting from the back: studies, diagnostics and conservation treatments of Usai’s mummy face down”

9,40-10,00

Čavka M, Novak M, Jankovic I, Uranic I, Kalafatic H, 

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in paleopathology: experience from PASTLIVES project and Egyptian mummies collection from the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb  

10,00-10,20

Andreas G. Nerlich, Stephanie Panzer, Philipp Schneider, Christine Lehn, Oliver Peschel, Christian Hamann, Roxane Bicker, Sylvia Schoske,

An unusual ancient Egyptian mummy skull within a Roman period stucco head


coffee break


session 5.


10,40-11,00

Dario Piombino-Mascali, Karl Reinhard, Stephanie Panzer, Albert Zink,

The Sicily Mummy Project. Advances in the study of the Sicily mummies

11,00-11.20

Dario Piombino-Mascali, Rimantas Jankauskas, Justina Kozakaitė,

The Sapieha family: an investigation of mummified remains in the Church of Saint Michael, Vilnius, Lithuania

11,20-11,40

Cinzia Oliva,

Conserving Egyptian Mummies: A Difficult Relationship Between Past and Present

11,40-12,00

Mohsen El-Toukhy,

The Mummification Bandage Jns derivations in Ancient Egyptian Language

12,00-12,20

Hedvig Győry, Éva B. Héthelyi,

Anise, a Chapter in Ancient Egyptian Pharmacopoeia


lunch


session 6.

14,00-14,20

Afaf Wahba,

Unexpected intentional burnt human remains in Kom Ombo temple, Egypt. Anthropological aspect

14,20-14,40

John Gee,

Hypocephali and Gates

14,40-15,00

Anna Blázovics, Balázs Zsigmond Horváth, Hedvig Győry

Blessing of curse the consumption of red wine and alcoholic drinks in ancient Egypt

15,00-15,20

Balázs Zsigmond Horváth, Hedvig Győry, Anna Blázovics,

Artistic Solution or Usful Prosthesis

15,20-15,40

Ágnes Kustár, András Balikó, Enikő Szvák,

Sculpting craniofacial reconstructions of two Egyptian mummies from Ahmim site from the 1st millennium B.C.


15,40-16,00        Closing remarks

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