Virtual Lunchtime Lecture: “Golden Mummies: Adapting Funerary Beliefs and Traditions”
Gilded faces and stunning portraits, fancy wrappings and colorful trappings were synonymous with hope for the afterlife and the continuation of millennia-old traditions in ancient Egypt. Join NCMA Egyptologist Caroline Rocheleau, director of research and curator of ancient art, as she discusses how funerary beliefs and customs blended at a time when Egypt was ruled by the Macedonian Greeks and the Romans.
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