Posts Tagged ‘Indianapolis’

clowes-tabMore than two thousand Egyptophiliacs lined up outside Clowes Memorial Hall for what Director of Operations Karen Steele informed me was a sold-out house.

It would not be too much of an exaggeration to say the event had the feel of a rock concert.  We were there to see a star.  What secrets would he reveal tonight?  What announcements would he make?

Shemsu scoops the news for Heritage Key. 

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zah-tabMy interview with Zahi Hawass has been posted to Heritage Key!

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clowes-tabZahi Hawass will be speaking at the Clowes Memorial Auditorium in Indianapolis tonight, and guess who has some one-on-one time with him afterwards, thanks to a special assignment for Heritage Key?

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zah-tabLast week I mentioned the Tutankhamen exhibition going on at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum, a mere two-hour drive from Louisville. 

Well, add to that a visit from Dr. Zahi Hawass..



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Blogroll Roundup for July 19, 2009

   Posted by: Keith Payne

   in Egypt in the News, Living in Louisville!

This is a collection of several Egypt-related stories that appeared this week on some of the blogs I follow.  Find out about a couple of pretty cool discoveries.  See what Zahi Hawass is up to down in Thebes. 

And for my fellow Louisvillians:  Heads up!  There is a wicked King Tut exhibition just two hours away!

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