The American Research Center in Egypt, Northern California Chapter, invites you to attend a lecture by the distinguished Egyptologist Aidan Dodson on
The Mysteries of Nefertiti
Sunday, April 30, 3 pm
Barrows Hall, Room 20
UC Berkeley Campus
(Near the intersection
of Bancroft Way
and Barrow Lane)
ABOUT THE LECTURE: Nefertiti remains one of the most iconic figures of ancient Egypt, but ideas about her origins, career and fate have varied greatly. Dr. Dodson will review what we know about her, including some of the latest discoveries, and will give his views on where her tomb might be.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Aidan Dodson is the Senior Research Fellow, University of Bristol, UK. In addition to teaching and field work, he is the author of many books on Egypt, including The Royal Tombs of Ancient Egypt, Amarna Sunrise, Amarna Sunset and Poisoned Legacy: The Fall of the Nineteenth Egyptian Dynasty.
Parking is available in U.C. lots after 5 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends for a fee. Ticket dispensing machines accept either $5 bills or $1 bills, and credit cards. Parking is available in Parking Structure B on Bancroft between Hearst Gym and Kroeber Hall and just across the street from the University Art Museum. Parking is also available under the shops on Bancroft opposite Barrows Hall. There is a parking structure under the Student Union further west on Bancroft.
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