A day for planning, changing, disseminating Ancient Egyptian demons

Our Ancient Egyptian Demonology Project: Second Millennium BC meeting is coming up today. Big decisions will be made about changing the look of our  DemonThings website.  Rather a mundane task, but an important one. We want the site to be friendly and inviting, and of course, look good on all platforms! I believe that sharing (whether through dissemination or active engagement of ideas) of archaeological data and information is just as important (if not more so) than new discoveries. We’re not currently actively involved in excavations in Egypt, but rather digging up material long lost in the dusty recesses of archives, obscure books, and museum storerooms. We think it’s pretty cool stuff. I mean, who doesn’t like active little monsters, demons, daemons, and gremlins?!

Speaking of which, the image is of some of the ones we have been working on reproducing using various 3d technologies (from simple clay to using a 3D printing pen.  🙂

One thought on “A day for planning, changing, disseminating Ancient Egyptian demons

  1. Kasia says:

    LOL! Darn, I put in the same pictures as last time (shhhhh, nobody noticed…)

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