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Monday, September 5, 2022
Ramses the Great
Went over to the deYoung Museum and saw their great exhibit- Ramses the Great and the Gold of the Pharaohs. It was an amazing exhibit.
It was amazing to see this. Here is a short video that the deYoung Museum had:
What amazing artifacts!ReplyDelete
So interesting! A number of years ago we saw the King Tut exhibit when it was in Philadelphia and it was fascinating.ReplyDelete
Amazing indeed. This subject is impressive. I like the images with all the artifacts. Interesting video, too.ReplyDelete
Thank you for this subject!
Happy WW and a fine week!
Looks like a great exhibit - and I definitely want to see that Egyptian cat 😸. It all reminds me of the collections the Met in NYC and the Brooklyn Museum.ReplyDelete
What a good post I enjoyed all the photos :-)ReplyDelete
Have an artifacttastic week 👍
Oh this is something I would love to see. Hubby and I are mesmerized by this history.ReplyDelete
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Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Patrick. ☺
It's just fascinating. There was a smilliar one that toured here a few years back (well, about a decade ago to be honest - where'd that go?) It was great!ReplyDelete
It makes you wonder how common people lived back then when their rulers lived as they did. Thank you for the tour! It was fascinating to see these.ReplyDelete
These were beautiful- the city lights and the Pharaohs. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for taking us for this gorgeous tour.
Watching the video now. Have yourself a wonderful rest of the week.
Wow! That's so amazing!ReplyDelete
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That looks interesting! Thanks so much for linking up at the Unlimited Link Party 81. Pinned.ReplyDelete
These shots are fabulous!ReplyDelete
How cool! Wish I had time to visit SF and see the exhibit for myself.ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures. They remind of the time I visited the Valley of the Kings in Egypt.ReplyDelete
Wow. It's mind-boggling to think how old those pieces of art must be and to imagine the people who made them. Thank you for participating in Talent-Sharing Tuesdays Link-Up 32.ReplyDelete
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