Middle Kingdom coffin inspired by coffin of Khnumnakht, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
Ka Statue, inspired by Ka statue of King Hor I, Middle Kingdom.
Pre-Dynastic burial display inspired by grave of "Ginger", Naqada II Period.
Wall panels with hieroglyphs in relief.
Close-up of Pre-Dynastic burial.
Activity: Reconstruction of Tomb 100 wall painting, Naqada II Period.
Activity: Reconstruction of Narmer Palette, ca. Naqada III Period.
Pyramidal box containing Utterance 215 of the Pyramid Texts, found in Pyramid of King Unas, 5th Dynasty.
Close-up of glyphs on coffin.
Reading up on Tomb 100 in preparation for the activity.
This was the reading and answering portion of the program. Learning is fun!
Beginning to learn about Egypt as it was 5,000 years ago.
More studious students.
Pre-Dynastic burial from above.
Taking a look at the pyramid texts.
He's found an answer!
The room on the whole.
Caught in action...
The activity begins! The students used a poster of Tomb 100 to help guide them in their reconstruction.
There's me back there further explaining ideas.
Reconstructing the Narmer Palette. Almost there!
Here's me, commending their work on the Narmer Palette.
Copying hieroglyphs for translation.
This was a very difficult puzzle.
The Narmer Palette complete.
Victory photo after completing the Narmer Palette.
The team is preparing for reconstruction.
Team Blue organizes the fragments.
Team Red makes progress.
A boat is nearly complete.
Turning part of the wall painting to add it to the rest.
Way to go, Team Red!
Team Green gives it a shot.
Team Red moves on to hieroglyphics.
The Ka statue observes the activities.