In collaboration with the North Carolina Museum of Art
Join us in Raleigh in a wonderful setting where we’ll explore the world of ancient Egypt from its earliest developments as a civilization up through its status as a Roman province. Our speakers will introduce you to the many eras, artifacts, and cultures of the land through lectures on the Egyptian collection at the Museum, the impact of Egypt on Alexander the Great and his successors, and the role Egypt played in the Roman world and imagination. After our speakers conclude we’ll have a chance to tour the holdings at the museum itself. Sign up for this seminar and you’ll be sure to leave with a command of centuries of history and artistic achievement.
Topics & Speakers
Under Pharaoh’s Rule
Caroline Rocheleau, Curator of Ancient Art, North Carolina Museum of Art
Alexander and Egypt: On-the-Job Training for Macedonian Pharaohs
Fred Naiden, Associate Professor of History
Roman Egypt in Reality and Imagination
Richard Talbert, William Rand Kenan, Jr. Professor of History
Co-sponsored by the General Alumni Association.
|Sat Sep 28, 2013 1:30pm – 9pm GMT (no daylight saving)|
|North Carolina Museum of Art, 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh, NC 27607 (map)|