Ancient Egypt explored

Eqypt explored in UM events

Montana Museum of Art and Culture and the University of Montana Department of Anthropology present: "King Tut" And His Fabulous Tomb-History, Mystery, and Controversy

Presented by Egyptologist, Donald P. Ryan, Ph.D.

Egyptologist, Donald P. Ryan, Ph.D. university of montana department of archaeology, montana living

Friday, October 27, 7:00pm

The Roxy Theater, 718 South Higgins Ave., Missoula. Free and open to the public

Ninety-five years after its 1922 discovery in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt's ancient royal cemetery, the tomb of the young pharaoh, Tutankhamun, is still considered by many to be the greatest archaeological discovery of all time. Despite its fame, many intriguing questions remain about the tomb and its occupant. 



Also presenting is: Monkeys in the Valley of the Kings: 

The Search for Three Unusual Tombs in Egypt's Ancient Royal Cemetery

Thursday, October 26, 6:00pm 

Don Anderson Hall, Room 210, UM Campus
Free and open to the public
The PLU Valley of the Kings Project has documented several smaller, "lost" tombs and controversial mummies found in the Valley of the Kings, not far from Tut's tomb. Recently, the project focused on tombs which when first encountered in 1906, were found to contain the mummies of animals, including monkeys and a dog.

Donald P. Ryan, Ph.D. is an archaeologist and Faculty Fellow in the Division of Humanities at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA. 



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