Home Educators' digital session
Decoding ancient Egyptian tomb paintings
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Free, booking required
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For KS2 students in home educated groups, but any age accepted
Students explore ancient Egyptian beliefs about the afterlife and create a digital collage inspired by the paintings from the tomb of Nebamun. Themes discussed in the workshop include family, food, hobbies and the environment of the ancient Egyptians. Links to finished work are sent back to school to continue your learning in the classroom and share with others.
Maximum group size: 30 (children and adults)
Cancellation and no-show charges apply.
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Curriculum links: History and Computing
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Wall-painting from the tomb-chapel of Nebamun showing hunting in the marshes. From Thebes, Egypt, c1350 BC.