Ancient Egypt: Death and immortality
Date(s) - 12/04/2021
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
by Jason Buck Storyteller
About this event
Mummification, scribes, gods and the promise of life everlasting – in spirit or in reputation – come together in this fascinating combination of archaeology and storytelling.
Oxford University Postgrad Egyptology specialist, Molly Grace, talks about life, death and immortality in Ancient Egypt, with award winning storyteller Jason Buck, bringing ancient myths to life.
Age suitability: Adults and young teens (12+) and up. May be suitable for younger viewers, but parental discretion required, as will contain descriptions of human mummification processes.
How to watch
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