Welcome to the SSAE

What we do...

The SSAE promotes interest in Egyptology and the history of the ancient Nile Valley civilizations.

The Society was formed in 1992 and is based in the English East Midlands at our two key venues of Nottingham and Chesterfield.

Although we are based in the heart of England, we have members all over the United Kingdom and further afield.

If you share our love of Ancient Egypt - do please join us...


Egypt Unrest:
Latest FCO Travel Update

With civil unrest in Egypt, the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) currently advises against all but essential travel to Egypt (with the exception of the Red Sea resorts). For more info.....

 

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Our Next Event...

Full Society Lecture Season

  • Saturday 26 April 2014 at 2.00 pm - Nottingham Mechanics
    New Kingdom Temples of the Egyptian Eastern Desert
    Anna Garnett

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December 2013 - Latest Update: Amenhotep III Temple Project


The Society held a fundraising mini-bazaar on Saturday 7 December in aid of the Amenhotep III Temple Conservation Project on the West Bank at Luxor.

As a result of the generosity of members and guests, the princely sum of £350.00 was raised, in addition to the £1000.00 already contributed.. This will be handed over to Dr Hourig Sourizion, Director of the Project, when SSAE members revisit the site in January next year.

Thanks to everyone for helping to support this very deserving cause.

 

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Exciting News: a very special event on Saturday 12 July at Chesterfield

The Society has arranged a very special event, to be held on Saturday 12 July at Chesterfield Library. There will be lectures by two distinguished speakers:

Barry Kemp - speaking on "Excavations at Amarna" and

Chris Naunton - speaking on "What Killed Tutankhamun?"

Tickets: £7.00 each

For further information and to reserve tickets:
Tel: (01246) 471556 or (0114) 258 1856
or email ssaelocal@gmail.com


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