Don’t Just See it, Live it. Let Skyler and Anna show you how you can experience Kenya with locals, immerse in their culture and wildlife.
An exciting talk on the discovery of Tut’s tomb in 1922–and the aftermath of Carter’s discovery. How did this great find change the world? A Laura Ranieri Roy Talk.
The exciting story of Al Qahirah – Cairo – the City victorious: Its origins, triumphs and tragedies over almost a millennia and a half!. A Laura Ranieri Roy Talk.
This ancient Egyptian city was once filled with the best of Egyptian treasures from all periods. Explore this ancient site with Gayle Gibson
An exciting introduction to Ancient Egyptian writing. Learn the history of Hieroglyphs and the alphabet in this eye-opening and fun lesson. A Laura Ranieri Roy talk!
“How Did the Ancient Egyptians Experience their Natural Landscapes? A Journey to Mountains and Caves” – Dr. Christina Geisen (University of Cambridge, England) Zoom Talk
Ramesses the Great had many wives, but his Great Royal Wife was a woman he’d married when they were both teenagers. A Gayle Gibson Talk.
Hear the enthralling story of the great King’s Valley – home to the Tut tomb, and the burial ground of Egypt’s New Kingdom Pharaohs! A Laura Ranieri Roy Talk!
Ramesses the Great’s son Khaemwase, first Egyptologist. Fifteen hundred years after his death, Romans in Egypt were still reading about him. A Gayle Gibson talk.
“Demons in the Dark: Nightmares in Ancient Egypt” SSEA Toronto talk with Dr. Kasia Szpakowska (University of Swansea, Wales)
Don’t miss an enlightening presentation on one of Egypt’s most fascinating and debated characters: King Akhenaten, the heretic pharaoh! A talk by Laura Ranieri Roy.
The most powerful and famous of the pharaohs can still command our attention with his works at Abu Simbel or the Ramesseum. Is it deserved? A Gayle Gibson talk!