Rah-rah, Senenmut – Lover of the Egyptian Queen?

Upcoming lecture on Senenmut

Museum Meets

Collection Bites: Rah-rah, Senenmut – Lover of the Egyptian Queen?

Wed 4 Feb, 1-2pm. In 2013, an unassuming stone fragment in the Egyptology stores was identified as part of a statue of one of ancient Egypt’s most famous personalities: Senenmut, chief minister and possible lover of Queen Hatshepsut, Egypt’s female pharaoh. Dr Campbell Price will explain the significance of the statue, and tell the story of an incredible personality from the past – as heard on BBC Radio 4’s “In Our Time”!

Book online at mcrmuseum.eventbrite.com or phone 0161 275 2648, free, adults

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