Amelia Edwards: Egyptology’s Greatest Woman (at London’s Petrie Museum)
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Creación: 5 diciembre, 2009
Modificación: 5 diciembre, 2009
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Heritage Key enters the Petrie Museum in London to talk to the curator Dr Stephen Quirke, who explains the importance of one of the co-founders of the Egypt Exploration Society Amelia Edwards. She was dedicated to protecting the Ancient Egyptian heritage from growing tourism by bringing the artefacts to Britain, and creating a museum where students could learn from the discoveries. Named after its first professor, William Flinders Petrie, the museum was set up near the only university at the time which awarded degrees to women the University College London.


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