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The Islamic Art Museum’s Lens

24 April 2018 - 24 May 2018

Alexandria, Egypt

Bibliotheca Alexandrina Main Building, Antiquities Museum Entrance (B1)

 The Bibliotheca Alexandrina Antiquities Museum, in cooperation with the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo, is hosting an exhibition entitled “The Islamic Art Museum’s Lens”. The exhibition will be on display...

contact: Dr. Galal Refai

e-mail: Galal.Refai@bibalex.org

Tel.: +203 483 9999 Ext.: 2337

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Rescuing the Ras el-Soda Temple: between the Past and Present

23 April 2018

Alexandria, Egypt

BA Auditorium

The Bibliotheca Alexandrina (BA) Antiquities Museum is organizing a festivity in collaboration with the Alexandria Archaeological Area Department (Department Of Archaeological Awareness), entitled “Rescuing the Ras el-Soda...

contact: Dr. Galal Refai

e-mail: Galal.Refai@bibalex.org

Tel.: +203 483 9999 Ext.: 2337

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Islamic Architecture and Jalāl al-DīnRūmī’s Poetry

Dr. Mai Hawas, architect and researcher of Islamic Architecture

22 April 2018

01:00 PM

Afterlife Section, Antiquities Museum, Bibliotheca Alexandrina Main Building

 Considered the physical manifestation of a society’s culture, architecture is influenced by many factors; such as politics, rulers, economy, as well as religious scripture and literature. As such, it is important...

contact: Dr. Galal Refai

e-mail: Galal.Refai@bibalex.org

Tel.: +203 483 9999 Ext.: 2337

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The Statues of the Goddess Sekhmet in Alexandria

Dr. Magda Abdallah, Professor of the History and Antiquities of Egypt and the Ancient Near East, Head of the History Department, Faculty of Arts, Kafr el-Sheikh University

10 April 2018

12:00 PM

BA Floating Room in the Third Floor (F3)

 The Bibliotheca Alexandrina Antiquities Museum is organizing a lecture entitled “The Statues of the Goddess Sekhmet in Alexandria” on Tuesday, 10 April 2018 at 12:00 noon at the BA Floating Room in the Third...

contact: Dr. Galal Refai

e-mail: Galal.Refai@bibalex.org

Tel.: +203 483 9999 Ext.: 2337

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The Religious Significance of Calves’ Representations in Some Chapters of the Book of the Dead

Dr. Dina Ezz El-Din, Associate Professor of Ancient Egyptian Archaeology, the Tourism Guidance Department, Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Alexandria University

27 March 2018

12:00 PM

3rd Floor Floating Room (F3)

The Bibliotheca Alexandrina Antiquities Museum is organizing a lecture entitled “The Religious Significance of Calves’ Representations in Some Chapters of the Book of the Dead&rdquo...

contact: Dr. Galal Refai

e-mail: Galal.Refai@bibalex.org

Tel.: +203 483 9999 Ext.: 2337

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