Life after death in ancient Egypt
Sessions in 2013
June 17, 28
10.30–12.00 or 12.30–14.00
Key Stage 2 (Age 7–11)
Places still available for
home educators only
Recommend this session
Students explore ancient Egyptian beliefs about the afterlife and create a photo collage on the computer.
Themes discussed in the workshop include family, food, hobbies and the environment of the ancient Egyptians.
Links to children’s finished work are emailed back to school.
Maximum group size: 30
Cancellation and no-show charges apply.
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Wall-painting from the tomb-chapel of Nebamun showing hunting in the marshes. From Thebes, Egypt, c1350 BC.