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ALL DAY SEMINAR: Egyptian Architecture: How Did They Build That?

ALL DAY SEMINAR: Egyptian Architecture: How Did They Build That?

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ALL DAY SEMINAR: Egyptian Architecture: How Did They Build That?

Date: Saturday, April 6, 2013, 9:00 am

Chapter: North Texas

Presenter:  Dr. Emily Teeter, University of Chicago Oriental Institute

Location: Southern Methodist University, Dallas Hall, Room 115

For more information, contact chapter at arcentexas@arce-ntexas.org or visit the chapter web site at http://www.arce-ntexas.org/contacts.html.

Description: The Saturday Seminar presents detailed information about Egyptian building tools, materials, and techniques, and the symbolism of Egyptian tombs and temples.

Emily Teeter (PhD, University of Chicago) is an Egyptologist and Research Associate at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. She is the editor of many exhibit catalogs such as The Life of Meresamun: A Temple Singer in Ancient Egypt, and Before the Pyramids. She has curated the installation of exhibits of Egyptian Art at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Seattle Art Museum, and the permanent Egyptian gallery at the Oriental Institute Museum.

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