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Science Cafe: Archaeological Exploration in Egypt's Valley of the Kings

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Archaeological Exploration in Egypt's Valley of the Kings
Tacoma

Egypt's ancient royal cemetary known as the Valley of the Kings has been the site of remarkable discoveries, including the tomb of Tutankhamun. After roughly 200 years of exploration, archaeologists continue to uncover more surprises. Join Pacific Lutheran University's Donald P. Ryan, PhD, as he shares some of his experiences as an archaeologist working in Egypt, including the Valley of the Kings.

Related:
Donald P. Ryan's personal website
King Tut: The Exhibition
Ancient Egypt Distinguished Speakers Lecture Series
Book: "Beneath the Sands of Egypt: Adventures of an Unconventional Archaeologist" By Donald P. Ryan
Book: "Ancient Egypt on 5 Deben a Day" By Donald P. Ryan

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