Lecture on: “Hatshepsut: the She King”

Lecture on: “Hatshepsut: the She King”

Hatshepsut, Egypt, Egyptian Museum, Hatshepsut red granite usurped by Thutmosis III, Senenmut with Neferrure Black granite block statue, Osiris statue face of Hatshepsut

Presented by:
Kenneth Garrett
Photographer
National Geographic Society

Wed, Aug 9th, 2017 (6:00 pm to 7:00 pm)

RSVP to: events@eecous.net

Hatshepsut ruled Egypt as King, and when she was gone her images were removed from the many monuments, she was forgotten on the king lists. She had been expunged from history.  Using a CT scanner donated by National Geographic Society and Siemens, we now know the exact mummy of Hatshepsut, an intriguing story that comes down to a single tooth.

Finding the mummy brought new insights into the rule of Hatshepsut which National Geographic Magazine reported.  Photographer Kenneth Garrett will talk through the evidence using his photographic documentation to explain the time of Hatshepsut’s rule, the mystery of her mummy, and her ultimate disappearance from the Egyptian Historical records of leadership.

 Venue
Embassy of Egypt
3521 International Ct NW, Washington, DC 20008

A reception will follow

 

Kenneth Garrett Bio

Kenneth Garrett is a freelance photographer working primarily for National Geographic Magazine.  Whether in a museum or isolated location forgotten by time, Kenneth approaches each artifact, monument, and temple from every angle until it speaks to him; He translates his vision into exquisite images that reach out to the viewer.  His editorial file includes over 60 National Geographic Magazine articles, with 14 covers, and 15 book titles; his imagery emphasizes sites of major discoveries worldwide.  With an education and keen interest in the origins of civilization, Ken has formed long-standing relationships with the foremost authorities in the fields of Egyptian, Mayan and Pre-Columbian archaeology, as well as Human Evolution.  His work is featured in the National Geographic Tutankhamun and Cleopatra traveling exhibits. Images can be seen at his website: KennethGarrett.com