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Tutankhamun in context: the political and religious landscapes of Amarna and Thebes

Photo courtesy of Mary-Ann Pouls Wegner

Tutankhamun in context: the political and religious landscapes of Amarna and Thebes

January 27, 2014
Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario

Dr. Mary-Ann Pouls Wegner, Associate Professor of Egyptian Archaeology at the University of Toronto

Tutankhamun lived in "interesting times." He grew up in the royal court at Amarna, and was ultimately buried in western Thebes. Archaeological evidence from these sites provides crucial insights into the dynamic religious and political changes that took place during Tutankhamun's rule.

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