Research Staff


Member of the Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures PAS since 2017


   fot. M. Osiadacz   

   Research hours: Thursday, Wednesday, 9AM - 3PM

   Section: Department of Ancient Egyptian and Near East Cultures; Egyptian Necropolis Research Unit 

    room: 303

    Phone: (22) 657 27 82




Specialisation and research interests:
Archaeology of pharaonic Egypt, especially in the New Kingdom Period, ancient Egyptian literature, cryptography, ideology of kingship, expeditions to the land of Punt.


Scholarly activity:

Filip Taterka participated in the works of the Polish Mission in the Temple of Thutmose III at Deir el-Bahari in 2011 and 2012 and since 2014 he is the member of the Polish-Egyptian Archaeological and Conservation Mission in the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari, entrusted in preparing the documentation and up-to-date publication of the reliefs in the Southern Middle Portico (also known as the Punt Portico).

He defended his PhD dissertation entitled Les expéditions au pays de Pount sous la XVIIIe dynastie égyptienne : Essai de compréhension du rôle idéoloqique des missions « commerciales », written in the framework of joint supervision of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland, and Université Paris-Sorbonne in Paris, France, under the supervision of Rafał Koliński and Pierre Tallet, in 2018.

Up to 2017, he was the co-organiser of the annual Symposium of Young Egyptologists. From 2013 to 2017 he was also the co-editor of the journal Medjat – Egyptological Studies. Since 2020 he is holding the function of the co-ordinator of the Doctoral School Anthropos of the Institutes of the Polish Academy of Sciences at the IMOC PAS, where he convenes a seminar on the methodology of studying Antiquity.

At the IMOC PAS, he used to be the member of the Centre for the Research on the Egyptian Temple (from 2016 to 2021) and since 2022 he is the member of the Egyptian Necropolis Research Unit.




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