Middle Kingdom Ancient Egypt

Two Study Day Saturday Workshops

bent pyramid Egypt's Middle Kingdom was the high point of cultural Achievement.

A time when the people of Egypt became important to the kings, of the Twelth dynasty. Land rights were granted and access to the rites of Osiris. No longer would the people dwell in the underworld but now ascend to the afterlife to be at one, with the gods.

Course Tutor:
Robert Scott MA

Course Date:
Saturday 11th February 2012 & Saturday 10th March 2012
Time: 10.00 am to 4.00 pm


Angmering Community Centre, Foxwood Avenue

Maximum class of 8

£45 for both days

To enrol call 01903 203956 or email:

Print off and complete Enrolment form (pdf)

Reading List


Clayton, P.A. (2001) Second Edition
Chronicle of the Pharaohs
London: Thames and Hudson Limited

Grajetzki. W. (2006)
The Middle Kingdom of Ancient Egypt: History Archaeology and Society
London: Duckworth

Fields, N. (2007)
Soldier of the Pharaoh: Middle Kingdom Egypt
London: Warrior Publications


Taylor. J. H. ((2001)
Death &' the Afterlife in Ancient Egypt
London: British Museum Press

Gardiner, A. (1964). Second Edition
Egypt of the Pharaohs
US: Oxford University Press

Winlock H. E. (1947)
The Rise and Fall of the Middle Kingdom in Thebes
New York: The Macmillan Company

Further Reading

Baines, j. and Malek, J. (1992) Ninth Edition
Atlas of Ancient Egypt
UK: Andromeda Oxford Limited
Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England

Bard, K.A. (2008).
An Introduction to The Archaeology of Ancient Egypt
UK: Blackwell Publishing, 96000, Garsington Road, Oxford