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LECTURE: Little Girl Lost and Found: The Mummy and Coffin of An Egyptian Girl

LECTURE: Little Girl Lost and Found: The Mummy and Coffin of An Egyptian Girl

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LECTURE: Little Girl Lost and Found: The Mummy and Coffin of An Egyptian Girl

Date: Saturday, July 13, 2013, 7:30pm

Chapter: North Texas

Presenter:  Gayle Gibson, Royal Ontario Museum

Location: Southern Methodist University, Fondren Science Building, Room 123.

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This lecture is free and open to the public.

Contact chapter at arcentexas@arce-ntexas.org or visit the chapter web site at http://www.arce-ntexas.org/contacts.html for more information and additional lecture details.

Description: A much-loved friend of NT -ARCE, Gayle Gibson,will venture south from Canada during the scorching month of July to bring us a blast of Canadian coolness along with a presentation on a mysterious mummy.

After years in storage at the University of Toronto, a mummy from the Royal Ontario Museum's Egyptian collection returns to the Museum. Gayle Gibson, ROM Educator and Egyptologist,introduces us to this young mummy and describes what we can now learn about her life through research.

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