Posts Tagged ‘Seti I’
In an exclusive interview with Em Hotep!, Dr. Jeffrey Patchen, CEO of the Children’s Museum of Indian-apolis, has revealed that the museum, in cooperation with National Geographic, is developing a permanent exhibit that will feature an immersive experience of three important archaeological sites, one of which will be a partial reproduction of the tomb of Seti I.
The Children’s Museum, which just bid farewell to the Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs travelling exhibit last week, has a special relationship with Egypt so it should come as no surprise that they would continue to deliver Egypt to the region, an easy drive from the Louisville and Kentuckiana area.
Tags: Giovanni Battista Belzoni, Indianapolis Children's Museum, Jeffrey Patchen, KV17, Nineteenth Dynasty, Ramesses II, Seti I, Suzanne Mubarak Children's Museum, Take Me There Egypt Exhibit, Tomb Preservation, Treasures of the Earth Exhibit, Tutankhamun Exhibition, Valley of the Kings
King Tut’s ET jewelry, News from the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Ramesses II in the Quran, Seti I, more mummy forensics, museum coming attractions…
Tags: Arkansas Art Center, Church of St. Mary, Cincinnati Museum Center, Coptic Cairo, Forensic Mummy Studies, Hanging Church, Islamic Egypt, Islamic History, Khufu's Pyramid, Louvre, Mummies, Qurna Temple, Ramesses II, Seti I, Supreme Council of Antiquities, The British Museum, The Great Pyramid, Tutankhamun
My interview with Zahi Hawass has been posted to Heritage Key!
Tags: Archaeology, Cairo Museum, Egyptian Tombs, Egyptian Tourism, Forensic Mummy Studies, Giza Plateau, Giza Pyramids, Grand Egyptian Museum, Horemheb, Indianapolis, Islamic Egypt, Ka-Nefer-Nefer, Khufu's Pyramid, Memphis Necropolis, Mummies, National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, Nefertiti, Osiris Shaft, Seti I, Suzanne Mubarak Children's Museum, Valley of the Kings, Zahi Hawass