Atlanta Art Week: ARCE
Lecture with Betsy Bryan

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Date(s): 10/1/22
Start time: 1:00 PM
End time: 4:00 PM

Ackerman Hall, Level Three, Michael C. Carlos Museum
571 South Kilgo Circle NE
Atlanta, GA 30322

Type: Education & Lectures, Visual Arts & Galleries

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In conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun, the American Research Center in Egypt, ARCE Atlanta, and the Carlos Museum present an evening with Dr. Betsy Bryan, the Alexander Badawy Professor Emerita of Egyptian Art and Archaeology at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Bryan’s talk, “Thebes from Amenhotep III to Tutankhamun: Altered, Abandoned, Mutilated, and Rejuvenated,” will explore the ways in which the city of Thebes, the home of national god Amun-Re, transformed during the 50 years between the reign of Amenhotep III and that of Tutankhamun (ca. 1375-1325 BCE). A reception will follow on Emory’s historic quadrangle, weather permitting. Registration is required for this event.

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