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The Oriental Institure E-Tablet, January 2010

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Queen Hatshepsut (1479-1458 B.C.)


Egypt 2009


Egypt 2009 por Hans Ollermann.

The temple of Queen Hatshepsut,
Deir el-Bahri.

Egypt 2009

Egypt 2009 por Hans Ollermann.


The temple of Queen Hatshepsut,
Deir el-Bahri.

Egypt 2009

Egypt 2009 por Hans Ollermann.


The temple of Queen Hatshepsut,
Deir el-Bahri.


Egypt 2009

Egypt 2009 por Hans Ollermann.

The temple of Queen Hatshepsut,
Deir el-Bahri.


Egypt 2009

Egypt 2009 por Hans Ollermann.

The temple of Queen Hatshepsut,
Deir el-Bahri.


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L'Angelo Misterioso disse:

A hut (or house) in the land of Punt, which is elevated and must be reach by means of a ladder.
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The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
January 2010

Museum News

Museum News

Special exhibit "Pioneers to the Past: American Archaeologists in the
Middle East 1919-1920" opens to the public January 12!

The Oriental Institute's new special exhibit opens today! Visit our new exhibit, follow James Henry Breasted's travels on his Facebook page, read letters that he wrote to his family, view expedition photos and exhibit vodcast, download the show's catalog, and more!!

oi.uchicago.edu/museum/special/pioneer

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Inside the Institute

Inside the Institute

An electronic copy of the 2008-2009 Oriental Institute Annual Report is now available online! oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/ar/08-09/

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Upcoming Events

Wednesday, January 13 - 12:15pm
Pioneers to the Past: American Archaeologists in the Middle East, 1919-1920
Gallery Tour

Be among the first to take a guided tour our newest special exhibit with Geoff Emberling, Chief Curator.
oi.uchicago.edu/calendar

Saturday, February 6 - 1:00pm
Dig It!
Family Program

Go behind-the-scenes with your family to take part in a hands-on archaeological dig in our new Kipper Family Archaeology Discovery Center!

oi.uchicago.edu/calendar

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Members' Corner

Wednesday, February 3 - 7:00 pm
"Death’s Dominion: Chalcolithic Religion and Ritual Economy"
Yorke Rowan, Oriental Institute
Members' Lecture

This lecture touches upon new excavations launched by the Oriental Institute in 2009 as part of its regional exploration of the ancient Galilean landscape. These investigations aim to explore the links between burial caves and settlements during the Chalcolithic Period, a formative period of human development in the Levant.

oi.uchicago.edu/getinvolved/member/events/20100203_chalcolithic.html

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OI Travel

Travel to Iran with the Oriental Institute!
A limited number of spaces are left for our spring travel program to Iran - reserve yours today!
oi.uchicago.edu/events/travel/persiasplendors.html

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OI Education

Two Winter Adult Education classes are still open for registration!
Register now for the following courses:

Women's Work, Women's Power: The Responsibilities, Actions and Authority of Women in the Ancient Near East, Begins Jan. 16
The Ancient Mediterranean World: A Story of Trade, Diplomacy, War, and Migration, Begins. Jan. 16

Register online or call 773-702-9507.
oi.uchicago.edu/calendar

Sunday Film Series
2 PM every Sunday in Breasted Hall.
oi.uchicago.edu/calendar

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Teacher Talk

Who owns the past? What was and what should be American involvement in the Middle East? How did the events of WWI influence the politics of the Middle East we know today? Explore these questions and more with your students when you visit Pioneers to the Past: American Archaeologists in the Middle East, 1919-1920, the new special exhibit at the Oriental Institute.

Click on the links below to learn more and stay tuned to the E-tablet for new links and resources that will help you expand your curriculum concerning this important time in history!

news.uchicago.edu/news.php?asset_id=1829

oi.uchicago.edu/museum/special/pioneer

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Spotlight on the Suq

Spotlight on the Suq

Pioneers to the Past:
American Archaeologists in the Middle East, 1919–1920

Edited by Geoff Emberling

Paperback: $29.95

oi.uchicago.edu/research/pubs/catalog/oimp/oimp30.html

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