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Holders of scholarships and special grants in Egypt and Poland

EGYPT

The Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Poland grants scholarships for the academic year to candidates from the field of archaeology and history of the Near East, Egypt and Sudan: doctoral candidates researching their dissertation and senior-year students working on their MA thesis.

A number of short-term scholarships is granted each year to researchers and senior-year students to prepare the documentation of study collections in the field at various sites.

8-month scholarships:
  • Piotr Czerkwiński, PhD candidate (University of Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology)
    dissertation topic:Prosopography and the genealogy of the Theban priestly families of the 29th and 30th Dynasty (supervisor: Prof. Adam Łukaszewicz)
  • Agnieszka Dzwonek–Kozieł, PhD candidate (Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Institute of Archaeology)
    dissertation topic:Mammisi and the ruler’s birth cult in the Egyptian state (supervisor: Prof. Mariusz Mielczarek)
  • Alicja Jurgielewicz, student, BA (Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Institute of Archaeology)
    subject:The iconography of fish during the Proto-Dynastic and Early Dynastic periods on the Lower and Middle Nile.
  • Urszula Stępień, student (Adam Mickiewicz University, Institute of Prehistory)
    subject:Flint production on Kom E at Tell el-Farkha (Eastern Nile Delta, Egypt).
5-month scholarship:
  • Sylwia Gubała, student, BA (University of Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology)
    subject:Bifacial stone knives from Pharaonic Egypt and their links with iconography.
3-month scholarships:
  • Kamila Braulińska, MA (not affiliated)
    subject:The dog and other canines in ancient Egypt.
  • Maria Fronczak, student (University of Warsaw, MISH)
    subject:Coptic cryptographic records.
  • Aleksandra Hallmann-Mikołajczak, PhD candidate (not affiliated)
    dissertation topic:The representation of costumes in private Egyptian art from the 25th to the 31st Dynasty (supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Ewa Laskowska-Kusztal)
  • Łukasz Jarmużek, MA (not affiliated)
    subject:Processing archaeological documentation from Polish-Slovak excavations in Tell el-Retaba.
  • Anna Longa, PhD (not affiliated)
    subject:Funeral rites in the region of the Fourth Nile Cataract during the late and post-Meroitic period on the basis of excavations at Hagar el-Beida 2.
  • Natalia Małecka, student, BA (Jagiellonian University, Institute of Archaeology)
    subject:Urban settlements in the Nile Valley from the New Kingdom to the Late Period.
  • Dawid Wieczorek, PhD candidate (University of Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology)
    dissertation topic:Building dipinti from the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari (supervisor: Prof. Karol Myśliwiec)
2-month scholarships:
  • Ms Aneta Cedro, PhD candidate (Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Institute of Archaeology)
    dissertation topic:Monasteries in Christian Nubia of the 6th through 17th century in the light of archaeological sources (supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Marcin Wiewióra)
  • Patryk Chudzik, student, BA (University of Wroclaw, Institute of Archaeology)
    subject:The Middle Kingdom tombs in West Thebes.
  • Mateusz Długokęcki, student (University of Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology)
    subject:Canopic jars from the Pharaonic period.
  • Anna Drzymuchowska, MA (not affiliated)
    subject:Processing pottery from excavations in Marea (supervisor: Marea mission director Krzysztof Babraj)
  • Ewa Kuciewicz, PhD candidate (Jagiellonian University, Institute of Archaeology)
    dissertation topic: Anthropomorphic representations in the rock art of Dakhleh Oasis in the Western Desert of Egypt (supervisor: Prof. Krzysztof M. Ciałowicz)
  • Svetlana Myshusta, PhD candidate (University of Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology)
    dissertation topic:Symbolism in the iconography of the royal crown of Queen Hatshepsut and Tuthmosis III (supervisor: Prof. Karol Myśliwiec)
  • Tomasz Skrzypiec, MA (freelance)
    subject:Preservation and documentation of architectural material from excavations in Marea (supervisor: Marea mission director Krzysztof Babraj)
1-month scholarships:
  • Katarzyna Lach, PhD candidate (Jagiellonian University, Institute of Archaeology)
    subject:Documentation of conservation procedures on archaeological material from excavations in Berenike in Egypt (supervisor: Berenike Project co-director Iwona Zych)
  • Anna Maria Kotarba-Morley, PhD candidate (University of Oxford)
    subject:Geoarchaeological research in the southwestern bay of Berenike in Egypt (supervisor: Berenike Project co-director Iwona Zych)

POLAND

Special PCMA documentation grants (12 months):
  • Ms Katarzyna Danys-Lasek, MA
    subject: Processing of pottery from excavations in Dongola and Naqlun – database and digital drawing documentation (supervisor: Prof. Włodzimierz Godlewski)
  • Ms Anastasia Stupko, MA
    subject: Processing of documentation from excavations in the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari (supervisor: Dr. Zbigniew Szafrański)
  • Ms Monika Więch, MA
    subject: Processing of archaeological documentation from Polish excavations in Nea Paphos (Cyprus) (supervisor: Dr. Henryk Meyza)