Inspiring Passion About Egypt’s Past
An exhilarating virtual tour of the land of the pharaohs, Sunday December 6, 2-4 on ZOOM FREE
Come visit Cairo, Giza, Sakkara, Luxor, Aswan – and Amarna – and experience Egypt online and in person this year!
With Anna MacKay, Laura Ranieri, Hossam Ragab – a special appearance by archaeologists Barry Kemp CBE and Miriam Bertram from the Amarna Project (Akhenaten’s Kingdom)... plus more surprises!
- Experience the pyramids – inside and out
- Visit Tahrir with Hossam Ragab
- Crawl inside 4000 year-old tombs
- Enjoy a G&T on the Nile
- Get a glimpse into a current archaeology dig , see the dig house - and meet one of the greatest living archaeologists!
- Hear from Egyptians and experts on the ground
- Enthrall to tales of new discoveries unearthed -- and the much-anticipated Grand Egyptian
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“THEMUSEUM in downtown Kitchener worked in partnership with Laura Ranieri, from Ancient Egypt Alive, to help create and deliver authentic and dynamic programming during our annual Unwrapping Egypt Education Week. She was a wealth of knowledge and helped to augment our offerings to make an incredibly great week for the students.”