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Daniela RosenowSpeaker's Biography
Daniela Rosenow studied Egyptology and Classical Archaeology at the Humboldt University Berlin where she obtained her doctorate on Late period sacred architecture. She has worked at UCL’s Institute of Archaeology, the British Museum, the University of Munich and the German Archaeological Institute Cairo. In February 2021 Daniela joined the Griffith Institute, University of Oxford, where she is responsible for the curation of the upcoming exhibition “Tutankhamun – Excavating the Archive“, together with its accompanying public engagement programme.From: 28 Sep 2022, 7 p.m.
In 1922 the tomb of Tutankhamun was discovered at Luxor, the first known intact royal burial from ancient Egypt. The excavation by Howard Carter and his team generated enormous media interest and was famously photographed by Harry Burton. These photographs, along with letters, plans, drawings and diaries, are included in an archive created by the excavators and presented to the Griffith Institute, University of Oxford. To celebrate the centenary of the discovery, the Griffith Institute, in collaboration with the Bodleian Libraries, is hosting the exhibition “Tutankhamun. Excavating the Archive”, that displays a selection of about 150 objects of this archive. They present a vivid and first-hand account of the events and give an intimate insight into the records of one of the world’s most famous archaeological discoveries.
Online and in person.
Wednesday 28 September
7pm UK time
£3 for non-members
Current members will receive a Zoom link
via email for online attendance and do not need to book.
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