University of Liverpool Continuing Education presents
A Beautiful Death:
Tomb Scenes and Funerary Goods of Ancient Egypt
Taught by Joanne Backhouse
10 weekly meetings, from Friday 10th October, 10.30am-12.30pm
at University of Liverpool, 126 Mount Pleasant
Including field trips to Manchester Museum 21st Nov
and the Garstang Museum 5th Dec
Egyptian tombs stood at the crossroads between the living and the dead, providing a resting place for the deceased and a location for ritual practice. This module will examine how tomb scenes and funerary goods ensured eternal life, examining evidence from the Predynastic (5000 BC) to the Greco-Roman period (395 AD).
Fees: £84/£63*/£42* if you are a retirement pensioner over the age of 60, a full-time student or if you receive Job Seekers’ Allowance, Working Families’ Tax Credit, Council Tax Benefit, Income Support, Housing Benefit, Disabled Person’s Tax Credit, or Incapacity Benefit, or you are an unwaged dependant of someone in receipt of one of these benefits.
How to enrol: Advance enrolment is essential. You may enrol and pay by debit/credit card by telephoning 0151-794 6900. Alternatively, you can complete an enrolment form (from the CE prospectus or on the CE website) – and send it to us at the address below, with a cheque for the course fee.
Continuing Education in the Centre for Lifelong Learning, the University of Liverpool,
126 Mount Pleasant, Liverpool L69 3GR
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