Graeco-Aegyptiaca Resources

Welcome to Graeco-Aegyptiaca Resources, a compilation of websites related to different aspects of cultural exchange between ancient Egypt and Greece. This page is developed jointly by the UCL Department of Greek and Latin and the Palladion within the framework of the project ‘Ancient Greece and Egypt: Pathways to Outreach and Impact’ (Knowledge Exchange C72 KEI2023-02-07).

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Graeco-Aegyptiaca lecture series

Monthly talks on various aspects of cultural interaction between ancient Egyptians and Greeks

University College London – The Palladion, Budapest

#LECTURE SERIES     #ONLINE EVENTS     #CULTURAL INTERACTIONS

Naukratis –
Greeks in Egypt

Fieldwork and research project to examine Naukratis and its role in the history of Egypt, Greece, Cyprus, Phoenicia, Persia and Rome

London, The British Museum

#FIELDWORK      #MATERIAL CULTURE      #TOPOGRAPHY

APPEAR

Ancient Panel Paintings: Examination, Analysis, and Research

Malibu, The J. Paul Getty Museum

#ARCHAEOMETRY      #DATABASE     #PANEL PAINTINGS      #TECHNICAL ANALYSIS

Kyprianos

Vernacular religion in Late Roman and Early Islamic Egypt

Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

#COPTIC     #MAGIC     #PAPYRI

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The Demotic Palaeographical Database Project

Digital reference work on Demotic palaeography based on a digital corpus of written records

Universität Heidelberg

#DATABASE     #DEMOTIC     #DICTIONARY     #LANGUAGE   #PALAEOGRAPHY       #TEXT CORPORA

Ancient Astral Science in Transformation

Research project to develop a new account of the emergence, spread and cross-cultural transformations of zodiacal astral science

Berlin, Freie Universität

#ASTROLOGY     #ASTRONOMY

The Oxyrhynchus Papyri

Papyri from excavations conducted at the site of Oxyrhynchus (modern Bahnasa in Egypt): catalogue, publications, images, location lists, exhibition trails

University of Oxford

#GREEK     #PAPYRI     #TOPOGRAPHY

Coptic Scriptorium

Digital Research in Coptic Language and Literature

Univerity of Oklahoma – Georgetown Universiy

#COPTIC     #LANGUAGE     #TEXT CORPORA

sunken civilizations

Sunken Civilizations

Underwater archaeological explorations to determine the ancient location and topography of the submerged ancient zones of Alexandria’s eastern harbour and today’s Aboukir Bay

IEASM, Paris – SCA, Egypt

#FIELDWORK     #TOPOGRAPHY     #UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGY

MagEIA: Magic between Entanglement, Interaction, and Analogy

A Centre for the Study of Magical Text Traditions of West Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean in Antiquity

Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

#CULTURAL INTERACTIONS     #MAGIC     #LANGUAGE     #TEXT CORPORA

Curse Tablets
in Roman Britain

An online catalogue of curse tablets in Roman Britain and a description of archaeological sites

Oxford, Centre for the Study of Ancient Documents

#MATERIAL CULTURE     #MAGIC     #ROMAN BRITAIN

Early Jewish and Christian Magical Traditions

Analysis of early Jewish and Christian magical texts and objects

Venice, Ca’ Foscari University

#MATERIAL CULTURE     #MAGIC     #EARLY CHRISTIANITY

Trismegistos

An interdisciplinary portal of the ancient world.

KU Leuven

#DATABASE     #PAPYRI     #TOPOGRAPHY

Papyrus Stories

Everyday Stories from the Ancient Past: access to ancient texts and objects for the wider public

Manchester, Metropolitan University

#MATERIAL CULTURE     #PAPYRI     #TEXT CORPORA

Magica Levantina

The edition of mainly unpublished Greek magical texts from towns in the Levant in the late Roman Imperial and early Byzantine periods

Universität zu Köln

#MATERIAL CULTURE     #MAGIC     #LEVANT     #TEXT CORPORA

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#ARCHAEOLOGY     #ARCHAEOMETRY     #ASTROLOGY      #ASTRONOMY     #COPTIC     #DATABASE     #DEMOTIC     #DICTIONARY     #FIELDWORK     #GREEK     #LANGUAGE     #LECTURE SERIES     #LEVANT     #ONLINE EVENTS     #MAGIC     #MATERIAL CULTURE     #PALAEOGRAPHY     #PANEL PAINTINGS     #PAPYRI     #ROMAN BRITAIN     #TECHNICAL ANALYSIS     #TEXT CORPORA     #TOPOGRAPHY