Egypt in Montana

Tut golden leopard headWonderful Things" Exhibit
~ Bozeman - Museum of the Rockies
Adolphe Braun photosAdolphe Braun 19th Century photos of Egypt
~ Anaconda
Egyptian temple inspired architectureEgyptian revival architecture
~ Missoula
Necropolis seal of the nine-bowsValley of the Kings lecture by Donald P. Ryan
~ Missoula

Egypt in Montana? Aside from the excellent collection of older books on Egyptology at the Mansfield Library, Montana's resources for Egyptophiles are slim. Here are a few pleasant surprises.

Necropolis seal of the nine-bowsDonald P. Ryan "Recent Archaeological Adventures in Egypt's Valley of the Kings"

Lecture by archaeologist from the Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, Washington - Thursday, April 29, 2010 at the University of Montana Masquer Theatre

Tut golden leopard headMuseum of the Rockies "Wonderful Things" Exhibit

Experience a rare glimpse—on Montana soil—into Egypt's past at the exhibit '"Wonderful Things" from the Pharaoh's Tomb' at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman. The showcase of museum quality reproductions and ancient Egyptian artifacts lasts from March 3 - September 3, 2007.

Adolphe Braun photosHearst Free Library ~ in Anaconda ~ 19th Century Photos of Egypt

Stop into the Hearst Free Library in Anaconda for some rare antique photos of Egyptian sites in the middle of the 19th century by Adolphe Braun [1811-1877]. photos of Egypt

Egyptian temple inspired architectureEver noticed this Egyptian-inspired architecture in Missoula?

Please email me if you know of any other hidden Egyptian treasures in Montana.

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