So let it be written, So let it be done : Pleasing the Pharaoh Pepi IISpeaker: Zoe McQuinn, Royal Ontario Museum/University of Toronto Wednesday, July 13,
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, Jul 6, 2011
"So let it be written, So let it be done": Pleasing the Pharaoh Pepi II
Speaker: Zoe McQuinn, Royal Ontario Museum/University of Toronto Wednesday, July 13, 2011 | 7:00 pm Room 142, 5 Bancroft Ave, Toronto
The third lecture of the SSEA Toronto Summer Lecture series, "All the King's Men", which deals with famous Egyptian officials. Lectures in this series are free to SSEA members, $5 for non-members. Pepi II was the one of the last pharaohs of the great pyramid age. Coming to the throne as a young child of about 5, he reigned for over 90 years. As might easily be imagined, pleasing such an all-powerful figure at different stages in his long lifetime must have been quite a challenge. This lecture will uncover the secrets of Pepi's most successful officials. The SSEA encourages all members of the public to attend our lectures and events and we want to make this easier for people by providing information regarding accessibility of venues for events, and directions to lecture venues. Please contact The SSEA by emailing us at sseatoronto@... or info@... phoning us at 647-520-4339 if you need directions to get to one of our events, or if you are a person with a disability and require accommodation. About The Speaker: Zoe McQuinn is an advanced doctoral candidate at the University of Toronto, where she has also been an instructor, and a teacher in the Education Dept of the Royal Ontario Museum. She has excavated in the Sinai. Zoe is currently President of the Toronto Chapter of The SSEA.
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