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Northern Cal. ARCE/UCB May 13 Egyptology Lecture - Norman and Nina de Garis Davies

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  • Glenn Meyer
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      The Northern California Chapter of the American Research Center in Egypt,
      the Department of Near Eastern Studies, UC Berkeley
      and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, UC Berkeley
      present the Lecture

      Norman and Nina de Garis Davies

      by
      Dr. Nigel Strudwick
      University of Memphis

      May 13, 2012 2:30 PM
      110 Barrows Hall
      UC Berkeley Campus

      About the Lecture:

      Norman and Nina de Garis Davies are known for the highest quality
      recording of ancient Egyptian tombs and other monuments. This
      illustrated lecture will highlight the couple personally and
      examine their work and their legacy.

      About the Speaker:

      Dr. Nigel Strudwick is an instructor in art history at the
      University of Memphis and former curator in the Department of
      Ancient Egypt and the Sudan at the British Museum in London.
      Strudwick has excavated in Egypt for many years and has a
      long-standing interest in the Tombs of the Nobles at
      Thebes. Currently he directs the excavation of the tomb of
      Senneferi in Thebes. He publishes extensively on ancient Egypt,
      and his books include scholarly and popular works on ancient
      Egyptian history and archaeology.

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