When the burial place of Tutankamun was discovered in 1922, the story of the tomb and its spectacular contents became a worldwide news sensation. One hundred years later, revisit the life and times of the young king, and the meaning and purpose of the splendid objects found in his tomb.

Instructor: Lynn Ostling, Professor of Art History, SRJC
Mondays, October 24 – November 14, 3:00 – 5:00 PM, Berger Center
4-week session, Cost: $65

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King Tut’s Tomb: One Hundred Years Later – Lifelong Learning (oakmontll.org)

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