A Century of King Tut (In-Person)

Meghan Strong
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Classics, CWRU
Landmark Centre Building
Wednesdays, September 7 - October 5
1:30 - 3:30 p.m. ET

One hundred years ago the tomb of Tutankhamun was uncovered in Luxor, Egypt. This discovery revolutionized archaeology, catapulted Howard Carter onto the world stage, and shed light on a minimally understood period of ancient Egyptian history. We will explore these stories, among others, through an analysis of some of the “wonderful things” found in Tut’s tomb.

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