Not an empty place. Newest research at the Royal Cache Wadi, Luxor - An online ZOOM lecture
By : Professor José-R. Pérez-Accino Date :
Saturday 28th November 2.00 pm Booking: to book click here
After the discovery of the royal mummies in 1881 and the Lansing excavation campaign in 1920, the Royal Cachette Wadi has traditionally been considered an archeologically empty site. Since 2017 the C2 Project has undertaken two field campaigns at the site. The results permit to dispute the validity of the previous definition of the valley.
Cost: Free for Members (enter the password in the box that appears when selecting a free members ticket) and £4 Visitors. To book click here
Joining : Use the zoom link emailed to you after booking to join the zoom from 1.45pm for a 2pm start
José R. Pérez-Accino is a Lecturer in Egyptology at Madrid, Complutense University and Director of the C2 Project Royal Cache Wadi Survey since 2017. He has lectured extensively about Egyptology in London and other UK places as well as in Spain, America and Egypt and excavated in Herakleopolis Magna, Tell Ibrahim Awad, TT 39 and Ankhtifi's tomb at Mo'alla.
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