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
Hieronim Kaczmarek, PhD, Dr. Habil.
Janusz Karkowski, PhD, Dr. Habil.
Teodozja Izabela Rzeuska, PhD, Dr. Habil.
Leszek Zinkow, PhD, Dr. Habil.
Mohamed Osman Abdollah, PhD
Michele Degli Esposti, PhD
Monika Dolińska, PhD
Wojciech Ejsmond, PhD
Maria Carmela Gatto, PhD
Aleksandra Hallmann, PhD
Jadwiga Iwaszczuk, PhD
Ewa Józefowicz, PhD
Marta Kaczanowicz, PhD
Heidi Köpp-Junk, PhD
Maciej Makowski, PhD
Massimiliano Nuzzolo, PhD
Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska, PhD
Krzysztof Radtke, PhD
Filip Taterka, PhD
Christina Tsouparopoulou, PhD
Zuzanna Wygnańska, PhD
Marco Anzalone, MA
Katarzyna Kapiec, MA
Magdalena Kazimierczak, MA
Dominika Majchrzak, MA
Katarzyna Molga, MA
Małgorzata Radomska, MA
Joanna Rądkowska, MA
Ewa Sieradzka, MA
Piotr Sójka, MA
Katarzyna Trzcińska, MA
Monika Wesołowska, MA
Paulina Wołodźko, MA

 

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