Updates from the King's Valley: Recent Archaeological Survey and Documentation Research in the Valley of the Kings
An online Zoom Lecture
Date: Saturday 9th March 2024 at 4.00 pm
By Nicholas Brown
Cost: Free for Members and £4 Visitors
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This lecture will present the latest news from the speakers recent work in the Valley of the Kings including the 2023 season
Nick Brown is an American Egyptologist who has worked as an archaeologist in Egypt since 2011. He received his MA degree in Egyptology from the American University in Cairo in 2016, and currently is an Egyptology PhD candidate at the UCLA. Currently he lives between Los Angeles, CA and Cairo, Egypt. His excavation experience includes working with archaeological sites in Aswan (at Elephantine Island and Wadi el-Hudi), as well as funerary sites in Luxor, Amarna and the Sudan. In 2016, Nicholas spent the summer working at the MFA, Boston as the Terrace Curatorial Research Associate in Egyptology. He returned to the MFA over the summer of 2019 to conduct archival research for the Egyptian Art Department's exhibit "Ancient Nubia Now." Nicholas's research interests include royal funerary material culture from the New Kingdom, as well as the use and perception of ancient Egypt within modern contexts.