Our projects

Our projects

Produced initially by Dr (now Professor) Greg Horsley, who edited the first five volumes, this work has been continued by Dr Stephen Llewelyn, with input from Dr John Pryor and others.

The present editors of this project are Dr Bruce Harris, Emeritus Professor Edwin Judge, Professor Alanna Nobbs Dr Don Barker and Dr Malcolm Choat.

This seminar is a fascinating look at the New Testament and its reliability.

  • Hear about the amazing New Testament discoveries from the sands of Egypt.
  • Learn how the New Testament documents were produced in ancient times.
  • View one of the earliest fragments of the New Testament that is housed at the Museum.

Please contact Dr Don Barker for further information, bookings and costs email:Don.Barker@mq.edu.au

Museum of Ancient Cultures, Macquarie University Sydney NSW 2109 Australia

Telephone: +61 (2) 9850 9962

How projects are supported by the Society

As shown above, The Society supports a number of associated projects.


Major projects have attracted good support for some years from the Australian Research Council and from Macquarie University. Funding from these sources is dependent on annual decisions and is insufficient for their proper continuance and development, and the Society seeks strong support from outside the University so that such research, unique in many ways in its scope and concentration, may be carried on at the level which it deserves.

Tax Deductibility

Monies given for research may be tax deductible and the Macquarie university will match dollar for dollar any monies given for research by an institution or business through an external collaborative grant arrangement. For further information please contact Professor Alanna Nobbs on +61 (02) 9850 9944 email: Alanna.Nobbs@mq.edu.au.

Related activities

The Ancient Cultures Research Centre (ACRC) sponsors the Macquarie Ancient Languages Schools (Coordinator: Ms Jon Dalrymple). The Society co-operates with the Macquarie Ancient History Association (MAHA) and the Rundle Foundation for Egyptian Archaeology in holding seminars and other functions.

See our useful links page, which will take you to interesting sites such as the Macquarie Ancient Languages School (MALS).

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