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Virtual Lecture with an Egyptologist: “Sex, Art, and Death in Greco-Roman Egypt”

The exhibition Golden Mummies of Egypt explores multicultural expectations for the afterlife using more than 100 objects from the Manchester Museum’s world-renowned collection. This virtual lecture by Dr. Campbell Price interrogates the functions of the exhibition objects, assessing the impact of the expectations of modern viewers and evaluating the particular seductive attraction of painted portraits and gilded mummies.

About the presenter

Campbell Price is curator of Egypt and Sudan at the Manchester Museum, which holds one of the UK’s largest Egyptology collections. He is the author of Pocket Museum: Ancient Egypt (2018) and a new book to accompany the exhibition Golden Mummies of Egypt (2020).

This virtual lecture is part of Golden Mummies of Egypt educational programming.

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Date

Feb 13, 2021

Time

12:00 PM

Cost

Free; registration required
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