Wall panels of Seti I (left) and Ramses II (right)
Replica of a cat statue (genuine piece at the British Museum).
Amun-Re cult statue. The Egyptians elevated Amun as the head honcho during the New Kingdom.
Horus protecting a young prince. The finger on the lips was a traditional gesture for children in Egyptian art.
Replica of the game Senet, one of Tutankhamun's pastimes.
The Ka made his final appearance at this program.
The collected pieces of a wall painting. Banquet scene from the Tomb of Nebamun, 18th Dynasty.
Me, distributing the booklets.
Two studious students!
Everyone is reading!
Mesmerized by the King Tut video.
All attention was on the video -- even mine, I admit!
Halfway done with the Nebamun painting!
These girls were very pleased when they completed the banquet scene! Great job!
The first activity begins. Here they are putting together a scene of the Book of the Dead.
I was really surprised how quickly this team fitted the papyrus together. I hoped it was going to be hard!
They accomplished this rather quickly. I was disappointed!
Having finished the papyrus puzzle, these guys began playing Senet!
In this activity, they were supposed to draw the relief of Thutmosis III using the Egyptian grid method.
All doodling some very interesting doodles.
This guy just wanted to play the game.
This scene was a bit more difficult, but they're almost done!
Great job, guys!!!
Now this team is putting the banquet scene together.
Once again, the puzzle masters finish very quickly!
Posing for their victory shot.