Joyce Tyldesley

 

 


 

Dr. Joyce Tyldesley is a senior lecturer in the faculty of Life Sciences at the University of Manchester, where she writes and teaches the three-year online Certificate in Egyptology, the two year, online Diploma in Egyptology, and a series of online short courses in Egyptology. She also teaches occasionally for the Archaeology Department and supervises Ph.D. students.




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Jan 11th 2016

Dynastic Egypt united in approximately 3100 B.C. It remained an independent land for much of its 3,000 year history, before becoming absorbed into the Roman Empire in 30 B.C. This course, led by expert Egyptologist and author, Dr. Joyce Tyldesley, explores the art, archaeology, and technology of Egyptian warfare and weapons from the Predynastic Period (Dynasty 0) to the end of the New Kingdom (Dynasty 20).

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Oct 26th 2015

This course provides a general introduction to the history of ancient Egypt, based on six key items selected from the collections of The Manchester Museum.

Average: 10 (2 votes)