Reminder of TORONTO Events July 11th and 21st
- TORONTO CHAPTER Summer Series Lecture:
"Golden Goals: OLD AGE IN ANCIENT EGYPT "
2012 Summer Series:
"Ancient Life Network: Daily Life in Ancient Egypt"
Location: Rm. 149, basement of 5 Bancroft Ave., downtown campus of the University of Toronto
Cost: FREE for SSEA Members; $5 for non-members.
The theme for Toronto Chapter's Summer Series is a play on the themes of classic television shows and daily life in ancient Egypt. For more information, email toronto@... or phone 647-520-4339.SIGN UP FOR THE SSEA'S ANCIENT NEW YEAR DINNER PARTY AT THIS EVENT.TO FIND OUT ABOUT THE DINNER, SEE BELOW
- 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 toronto@... or info@... or 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: STEVEN BLAKE SHUBERT has doctorates in both Egyptology and Library & Information Sciences. He also has had many years of experience digging in Egypt at both East Karnak and Mendes, as well as with excavations in Crete and England. He is the author of numerous articles, including entries in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt (2001) and The Encyclopedia of the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt (1999). He also has a column, "Egyptology 101" in the SSEA Newsletter. Steven is a past member of the Executive of the Toronto Chapter of the SSEA as a Lecture Series Coordinator and is a past Treasurer and Trustee of the Society. Steven has been a librarian at the Toronto Public Library since 1989.TORONTO CHAPTERAncient Egyptian New Year Party