May 12, Thursday

9.00–9.45 Registration
10.00–10.30 Opening
10.30–11.00 Horst Beinlich (Universität Würzburg), Der Herrschaftsbereich als Prestige-Objekt
11.00–11.30 Coffee break
11.30–12.00 Tamás A. Bács (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest), The pride of the Ramessides: a note on a late Ramesside king-list
12.00–12.30 Florian Löffler (Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften / Universität Tübingen), Der Thron der Götter (Nst-nTrw) in Edfu
12.30–14.30 Lunch break
14.30–15.00 Ewa Laskowska-Kusztal (Polish Academy of Sciences), The “centre for development” of the royal authority in Kalabsha
15.00–15.30 Christine Raedler (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz), Creating authority – the high priest of Osiris Wennefer and a special kind of deification of Ramesses II
15.30–16.00 Elizabeth Eltze (University of Auckland), The creation of royal identity and ideology through self-adornment: The jewels of ancient Napata and Meroë

May 13, Friday

10.00–10.30 Ulrich Luft (Budapest), The Gate of Power
10.30–11.00 Massimiliano Nuzzolo (Charles University, Prague), Human and divine: the royal paradigm in Fifth Dynasty Egypt
11.00–11.30 Coffee break
11.30–12.00 Julia Budka (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München), Constructing royal authority in New Kingdom towns in Nubia: some thoughts based on inscribed monuments from private residences
12.00–12.30 Balázs Irsay-Nagy (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest), “Scratch ‘Faith’ on nameless graves”: A new attribution for KV 42
12.30–14.30 Lunch break
14.30–15.00 Anthony Spalinger (University of Auckland), Ramesses III at Medinet Habu: Sensory Models
15.00–15.30 Andrzej Ćwiek (Adam Mickiewicz University / Poznań Archaeological Museum), The two fathers of Hatshepsut and the ideology of kingship
15.30–16.00 Coffee break
16.00–16.30 Monika Dolinska (National Museum, Warsaw), Birds and felines in royal iconography
16.30–17.00 Daniel von Recklinghausen (Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften / Universität Tübingen), Wie die Göttlichkeit auf den König übergeht. Überlegungen anhand der Szenen der Übergabe des Sichelschwertes an den König in den Tempeln der griechisch-römischen Zeit

May 14, Saturday

10.00–10.30 Dieter Kurth (Universität Hamburg), The wnn-formula in the ritual scenes of the late temples and the presence of the king
10.30–11.00 Carola Vogel (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Mainz), From power to reputation and vice versa: The relationship between Thutmosis III and Senusret III reconsidered
11.00–11.30 Coffee break
11.30–12.00 Christopher Eyre (University of Liverpool), Calculated frightfulness as display of authority
12.00–12.30 Filip Coppens & Jiří Janák (Charles University, Prague), The near and the distant king. Two oppositions in the concept of divine authority of the Egyptian king
12.30–12.45 Closing


Shih-Wei Hsu (Freie Universität, Berlin), Images of the Pharaoh

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