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ANCIENT EGYPT


ENCOUNTERS WITH ANCIENT EGYPT

The civilization of ancient Egypt, which lasted from 3,000 B.C. to 332 B.C., when it was conquered by Alexander the Great, continues to enthrall us. Egyptologist Mary Vaught will explore this fascinating world in images and words.

THURSDAYS, 7 TO 8:30 P.M.
Location: Advanced Sciences Building, Room L212
Fee: $7 / Max: 30
Lifelong Learning membership required


WHAT'S NEW IN ANCIENT EGYPT

There is always something new and exciting being found in Egyptian Archaeology from something as small as a piece of mummified cheese to the exhilaration of the discovery of a massive black granite sarcophagus. Join us for a look at the weird and wonderful artifacts being discovered today.

THURSDAY, APRIL 11; 7 TO 8:30 P.M.
Location: Advanced Sciences Building, Room L212
Fee: $7 / Max: 30
Lifelong Learning membership required
Course #19/FY-CPDV-2359-03

BREAD AND BEER

The questions of who built the Pyramids of Giza and how they were built has been investigated, pondered and discussed for generations after they were constructed. But another more important question has been under investigation at Giza by Professor Mark Lehner. Not only who built the Pyramids, but how were the workers fed and housed during these massive building projects? Discover how the simplest of foods, bread and beer, built the pyramids of Giza.

THURSDAY, APRIL 25; 7 TO 8:30 P.M.
Location: Advanced Sciences Building, Room L212
Fee: $7 / Max: 30
Lifelong Learning membership required
Course #19/FY-CPDV-2359-04 

 

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