Boshell Foundation Virtual Lecture: Evolving Perspectives on Ancient Egyptian Art
Ashley Arico, assistant curator of Ancient Egyptian Art; Lisa Çakmak, chair and curator of Arts of the Ancient Mediterranean and Byzantium; and Constantine Petridis, chair and curator of Arts of Africa come together for a conversation about ancient Egyptian art within its African and Mediterranean contexts.
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This lecture is generously sponsored by the Boshell Family Foundation.
Image: Egypt; probably from Thebes. Stela of Amenemhat and Hemet, Middle Kingdom, early Dynasty 12 (about 1956–1877 BCE). Museum Purchase Fund.