Announcement of Symposium in Toronto
- DEATH ALONG THE NILE:
UNCOVERING THE SECRETS OF EGYPT'S OF EGYPT'S LOST TOMBS
On November 5th, 2011, The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities/Société pour l'Étude de l'Égypte Ancienne and the Royal Ontario Museum will once again work together up to present an exciting day of papers on the latest discoveries from Egypt. This year's focus is on current archaeology of tombs and cemeteries, with reports presented from those working in the field in Egypt. Speakers scheduled to appear include Otto Schaden, responsible for the excavation of the first new tomb discovered in the Valley of the Kings since Tutankhamun, and Suzanne Onstine, who is working in the tomb of the noble Panehsy at Thebes. This year's event will be a mixture of field reports on tombs, cemeteries, and their inhabitants.
DATE: November 5th, 2011 9am to 5pm
LOCATION: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
This event is ticketed. Prices and registration information to be announced.
This event will take place in conjuction with 2 days of scholarly presentations: the SSEA Scholars' Colloquium. Attendance at the Scholars' Colloquium is free. Papers presented in the Scholars' Colloquium are not restricted to the topic of the Symposium.
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