Ancient Egypt (3000-1000BC): the Land, Art, Architecture of the Pharaohs


Saturday 10 November 2012, 9.30AM to 4:30pm

Some of the world’s most beautiful works of art and artefacts, and the most grandiose architecture, were created by the Ancient Egyptians which they did with only a basic range of implements. The Nile’s extraordinary fertility created a huge reserve of population available to execute these works.This illustrated course will describe the river and the population; pyramids, temples and tombs; and treasure stored in the tombs, including Tutankhamen’s.
Ivison Wheatley MA

  • Full fee: £35

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