Department of Ancient Egyptian and Near East Cultures
Main research areas:

Culture of the Pharaonic Egypt and Ancient East, with a special focus on arts and religion.
Works in this area include the processing of the results of the Polish-Egyptian excavation works in Saqqara, egyptological documentation and study of the Hathor chapel in the Hatshepsut temple, Hatshepsut and Thutmose III chapels in Karnak , Ramesside temple in Gurna as well as the temples of the Ptolemaic-Roman period in the sacral district on Elephantine, with a special focus on the Osiris-Nesmeti sanctuary. Research on artistic activity, including studies on ceramics from the Polish-Egyptian excavation site in Saqqara and Middle Kingdom ceramics for Elephantine.

 

Head:

prof. Ewa Laskowska-Kusztal, PhD, Dr. Habil.

 

Employees:

prof. Karol Myśliwiec
prof. Janusz Karkowski, PhD, Dr. Habil.
Aleksandra Hallmann-Mikołajczak, PhD
Maciej Makowski, PhD
Teodozja Izabela Rzeuska, PhD
Anastasiia Stupko-Lubczyńska, PhD
Dorota Bielińska, MA
Jadwiga Iwaszczuk, MA
Katarzyna Kapiec, MA
Małgorzata Radomska, MA

 

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