Tag Archives: Christian Bull

The Word and the Flesh

The last couple of weeks I have been reading one of the most fascinating books that the treasury called the library of humanities of the University of Bergen has offered me: “Animal Skins and the Reading Self in medieval Latin … Continue reading

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I was hesitating to write an entry about my trip to Italy last week. The purpose of this trip was twofold: on the one hand, the inspection of the papyrus codex with the Coptic Vita of Saint Epiphanius of Salamis … Continue reading

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the corner table

Today I am posting a photo from my office at the Institute of Archaeology, History, Cultural and Religious Studies (AHKR) at the University of Bergen. It shows the corner where two chairs and a small table are placed so as … Continue reading

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Nubian Studies in the 7th Annual Meeting of the Norwegian Egyptological Society

The return from Sudan to Bergen did not only demand the adaptation to snow and cold, but also included preparations for both Henriette’s and Alexandos’ contribution to the 7th Annual Meeting of the Norwegian Egyptological Society (NES) that took place today … Continue reading

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Easter Mysteries

Easter holidays in Norway are associated with reading crime novels, to such an extent that the eloquent term “Påskekrim” has been coined! Although it is hard to ascertain the origins of the tradition, the way one can celebrate the coming … Continue reading

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