Micole Khemarrica (khromat) wrote,
Micole Khemarrica

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Speaking of things Egyptian...

I've been a hobbiest Egyptologist since I was 5 or 6, and one of the few regrets in my life was that I was unable to see King Tut's exhibit when it came to the GLAMA (Greater L.A. Metro Area) back in 1979. All that's about to change. National Geographic and the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities are hosting a new exhibition in the U.S. for 27 months beginning this past June.

Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of Pharoahs started June 15th on a very limited tour: Los Angeles, Fort Lauderdale, Chicago, and Philladelphia.  I'm hoping to get a bunch of like-minded folks together to see this one-of-a-kind exhibit when it arrives in Philly early 2007; Actually, I'm going regardless of anyone else but I know several friends have at least a passing interest and museums are much more fun to visit as a group. In fact, I'm on the list to grab tickets the instant they become available -- I just know this is going to be a sold-out venue.


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