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Public Lecture

The public lecture presented the final results of the Mataha-expedition geophysic survey, as conducted early 2008 by the NRIAG (National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics, Helwan, Cairo), framed by an outline of the Supreme Council of Antiquities (Egypt) about the history and the future of the labyrinth.

The Mataha-expedition public lecture guestspeakers were: Prof. Dr. Paul Van Cauwenberge (Rector Ghent University), Prof. Dr. Moustafa Kamel El-Ghamrawy (Faculty of Engineering, Al Azhar University, Cairo & Member Supreme Council of Antiquities), Prof. Dr. Alaaeldin Shaheen (Dean faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University & Member Supreme Council of Antiquities), Associate Prof. Dr. Abbas Mohamed Abbas (National Research Institute of Astronomy & Geophysics, Director of the Hawara Geophysic Survey and Member of the Egyptian Committee of the Protection of Antiquities from Environmental Effects), Mark Beaver HORUS Foundation (US), Prof. Dr. Peter Vandenabeele (Ghent University, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History of Europe), Prof. Dr. Johan Braeckman (Ghent University, Department of Philosophy), Guy Bovyn (Kunst-Zicht, Curator Mataha-project: curator Contemporary Art Ghent University; coordinator of the postgraduate program 'Exhibition and Conservation of Contemporary Art'), Louis De Cordier ( Mataha-expedition coordination & concept).


28th October 2008 Ghent University (Belgium)

Aula Auditorium, Volderstraat 9, 9000 Gent, Belgium