|7 Feb 2019 - 8 Feb 2019||9:00am||McDonald Institute|
Ancient Egyptian concepts of use, reuse and ownership, which have been raised by data from CT scanning and X radiography of the Museum’s coffin collection form the agenda of this multi-disciplinary workshop which aims to build a network of international partners to collaborate in reporting evidence of reuse and recycling; and to frame questions that might be answered successfully through studying the data captured.
Convenor: Helen Strudwick
The workshop is being supported by a Cambridge Humanities Research Grant and a grant from the Marlay Group of the Fitzwilliam Museum.
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