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The Making of a Theban Tomb Chapel

Presented by Harvard Museums of Science and Culture at Harvard Northwest Science Building, Room B101, Cambridge MA

Apr 03 2019
The Making of a Theban Tomb Chapel

Curator of Ancient Egyptian, Nubian, and Near Eastern Art at Emory University Melinda Hartwig will discuss the painting and texts found in the unfinished Theban tomb chapel of Neferrenpet dating to Egypt’s eighteenth dynasty.

Melinda Hartwig, Curator of Ancient Egyptian, Nubian, and Near Eastern Art, Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University
Thebes, one of Egypt’s largest archaeological sites, is famous for its numerous tombs and temples that offer an unparalleled window into ancient Egyptian culture and craftsmanship. Melinda Hartwig will discuss the painting and texts found in the unfinished Theban tomb chapel of Neferrenpet (known as Theban Tomb 43) dating to Egypt’s eighteenth dynasty. She will show what

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