Pots, Fish and Cobras at Sais: a load of old rubbish or a ritual?
- Silvia Zago
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Penelope Wilson Bio:
I am an Egyptologist who graduated from Liverpool University with a PhD in Ptolemaic Lexicography. I worked as Assistant Curator in the Dept. of Antiquities, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge for 7 years, but have spent most of my working life in the Department of Archaeology, Durham University where I am now Associate Professor in Egyptian Archaeology. I have worked in Egypt at sites including Qasr Ibrim, Tell el Balamun and Zawiet Umm el Rakham and am currently the Field Director of the long running Royal Survey of Sais project, as well as Director of the Delta Survey Project, administered through the Egypt Exploration Society.