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Most permanent and touring exhibitions featuring ancient Egypt have features that are kid-friendly, but some really go above and beyond the call of duty.  In this article we will feature eight exhibitions and/or museum programs that go out of their way to cater to young people with an interest in ancient Egypt.  Video clips are included where available.

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cmi2-tabTutankhamun:  The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs has moved on to Toronto after a fantastic run at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.  But how did the exhibit come to Indy in the first place, and how is that good fortune connected to the Suzanne Mubarak Children’s Museum in Cairo?

Dr. Jeffrey Patchen, CEO of the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis discusses this, current exhibits connected to Egypt, and the forthcoming National Geographic Treasures of the Earth in this exclusive Em Hotep! interview.

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seti i-tabIn 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.

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18
Sep

Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs

   Posted by: Shemsu Sesen

   in Egypt in the News, Travels

icm-tabSeveral weeks ago I had the opportunity to check out the Tut exhibition at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum along with my wife, Anne Snyder Payne, and local Louisville artist, Meredith Hayden.

The last time I had a chance to see so many priceless artifacts I was at the Cairo Museum in Egypt.

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zahi-indyIt has been nearly a month now since Dr. Zahi Hawass, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, announced that in one month he would reveal “the exact reason why King Tut died.” 

The title of the lecture was Mysteries of Tutankhamun Revealed.  I was in attendance, and among the most exciting revelations were promises to reveal more revelations in the very near future.

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3
Sep

Tori and Tut

   Posted by: Shemsu Sesen

   in Egypt in the News

tori-tabI don’t normally pass on entries from the Entertainment pages, but for Tori Amos, I make exceptions.  Apparently she is quite into Egyptology, or is at least going through an Egyptian phase.

According to a September 4, 2009, interview by Ruth Gillbe for The Independent, Amos recently caught the Tut Exhibition in San Francisco.  She certainly has the reading list for it. 

“I’ve been reading In the Valley of the Kings:  Howard Carter and the Mystery of King Tutankhamun’s Tomb by Daniel Myerson, and Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs by Zahi Hawass,” she said.

Tori Amos is playing at the Hammersmith Apollo, London, September 10th and 11th.

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