I just got this site last week in the newsletter distributed by my
ISP. I looked at the site a little and it's well done. Not a cheap site,
and there's a French version available, too.
It has a horizontally scrolling time line with thumbnail-sized
representations of the full-sized image laid out at the appropriate time in
When you click an image, the page changes and places an image map of
the full picture on the screen and you can click various areas which will
give you a closer view of that portion, along with comments on the findings
in those areas.
Overall it looks like an enjoyable and cultured site for those
interested in ancient Egyptian art.
Here is the excerpt from the Earthlink newsletter:
This is the first international exhibition devoted to Egyptian art of the
Old Kingdom, the period in which the Great Pyramids were built (2700-2200
BC). An interactive visit to some of the masterpieces on display. A booking
service and a boutique with over a thousand art-related gifts also await
you on this site.
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