We will be open from 4:00-5:00 in addition to our regular hours tomorrow. A great opportunity to meander through our lovely collection.
We will be open tomorrow, 10:30-1:30 but closed for spring break. Go enjoy the lovely weather and come back on the 26th.
This fabulous talk is today! We often have questions about the Goucher Mummy on display in the museum – this is a great opportunity to have them answered by Dr. Betsy Bryan, Alexander Badawy Chair in Ancient Egyptian Art and Archaeology in the Near Eastern Studies Department. There will also be a number of other funerary objects discussed and available to be seen up close. 12:15-12:45 in The Archaeological Museum, Gilman 150.
Curious about how the ancient Egyptians cared for their dead? The Archaeological Museum invites you to learn about ancient Egyptian objects during our next "Museum Chat" on Thursday, March 15th from 12:15-12:45.
In 1988, Dr. Betsy Bryan, Director of our museum and professor of Egyptian art and archaeology, collaborated with faculty in the School of Medicine to perform a CAT scan of the Goucher Mummy. Come hear about what we learned about this woman's life and death in the ancient world in our next Museum Chat, tomorrow from 12:15-12:45. In the meantime here is some footage from our archives.
In 1988, the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum collaborated with the School of Medicine to conduct CAT scans of the Goucher Mummy. These scans revealed not only that the mummy was a woman but details of her life in ancient Egypt and death.
Great opportunity to see the Art of the Ancient America's show at the Walters.
Art of the Ancient Americas Community Night
Explore the ancient world of the Americas while enjoying lectures and performances from your local community. During this event, enjoy free admission into the special exhibition.
Charm Necklace Fragment | Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
The museum will be open from 12:00-4:00 this Saturday. This is a great opportunity to see the nearly 1,000 artifacts on display from ancient Greece, Cyprus, Rome and the Near East including Egypt.