Events: Toronto

Toronto: largest city in Canada and home to a vibrant Ancient Near East community.


There are currently no Exhibitions for Toronto.

public lectures

Wednesday 26 February 2003

4.15 pm: Mary-Ann Pouls Wegner (Professor, University of Toronto), The Chapel of Thutmose III at Abydos: Pilgrims, Patrons,
and the Development of Sacred Space in the Hometown of
, Toronto Society of the Archaeological Institute of America lecture, Emmanuel College, 75 Queen’s Park Crescent, Room EC001, Basement Level (elevator access). info: phone 1-416-978-7892, 1-905-823-2819 or 1-416-489-0209, info:

Friday 11 April 2003

6.30 pm: Harry Thurston (author Island of the Blessed: the Secrets of Egypt’s Everlasting Oasis),The Dakhleh Oasis, Royal Ontario Museum, Theatre ROM, Members, seniors, students $18 (online $13), General public $20 (online $15). info: register online at (click What’s On) or call 416 586 5797.d). Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations Dept., University of Toronto.

Wednesday 16 April 2003

3.00 pm: Dr Kathryn Bard (Associate Professor of the Department of Archaeology, Boston University), Not in Search of the Queen of Sheba: Excavations at Aksum, Ethiopia, 1993-2002, Conference Room (200B) of 4 Bancroft Hall on the St. George Campus of University of Toronto. Lecture series Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations Dept, University of Toronto.

Monday 21 April 2003

6.30 pm: Sherine Elsebaie (University of Toronto), Sacred Trees in Ancient Egypt, SSEA Toronto Mini-Lecture, Rm 142, basement, Earth Sciences Centre [Building ES on map], University of Toronto, St. George Campus, 5 Bancroft Avenue, to the south of the Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations (formerly Near Eastern Studies). Lecture free and open to public. info: [email protected] or call 416-890-2947

study days

There are currently no Study Days advertised for Toronto.


There are currently no Exhibitions for Toronto.

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