Research conducted in the KNH Centre concentrates on the use of biomedical science to enhance our understanding of the peoples and societies of ancient Egypt and Nubia.
Egyptology Online: online certificate, diploma and short courses in Egyptology, run from the Faculty of Life Sciences.
Egyptology at The Manchester Museum:
Egypt at the Manchester Museum
Manchester Archaeological Science Network:
Manchester Archaeological Science
The Centre's research covers a range of questions concerning ancient animal and human remains. Some examples include:
The Perth Mummy Project
Egyptian Animal Bio Bank Project
Saturday 8th February 2014
Sons of Osiris: Men in Ancient Egypt
Saturday 10th May 2014
The Archaeology of Animals in Ancient Egypt
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KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology is part of the Faculty of Life Sciences
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