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British Museum Curator to deliver talk at the Faculty, 1 February 5.30pm

last modified Jan 13, 2016 11:35 AM
Cambridge Interfaith Programme is delighted to be collaborating with the British Museum to deliver a unique public event centring on their most recent exhibition - 'Egypt: faith after the Pharaohs'.

British Museum curator Elisabeth R. O'Connell will present her illuminating perspective on the exhibition, followed by comments from key experts within the field including Dr James Aitken, Dr Simon Gathercole, Professor Garth Fowden, and Dr Ben Outhwaite. Free and open to all. 

For more information see www.interfaith.cam.ac.uk/news/bmeveningwithcurator 

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