Nice interview by Tetisheri with Dr Campbell Price (curator of Egyptand the Sudan) about the recent highly...

Nice interview by Tetisheri with Dr Campbell Price (curator of Egypt and the Sudan) about the recent highly successful exhibition of Animal Mummies at the Manchester Museum.
Personal insights from the curator and some great photographs.

Originally shared by Tetisheri

Animal Mummies exhibition: a retrospective interview with Campbell Price

On 15 April I hopped on the train to Manchester to see and photograph the Animal Mummies: Gifts to the Gods exhibition at the Manchester Museum in its last few days. I also met up with Curator of Egypt and Sudan and my old university buddy Campbell Price to find out how the exhibition has worked out.

#egyptology #ancientegypt #exhibitions #manchester


  1. Ibis one of the most important birds that used to life in Egypt next to the river nile and it is known in the pharaohs civilization as the god tohot and they consider him in this time the god of the writing but lately he disaperd from egypt especialy after building the high dam in aswan city because he was buliding his nasts on the sides of the river and the reason that the pharaohs gave him that glory because he never drink from the polluted water so they were not drinking from the water if ibis didn't drink from it

  2. Actually, this is the richest bird in the world. The eagle, hawck is not, for it does not where the next meal is gonna come from (sounds like a human problem). This bird, we call it here in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa "inkankane". It has got a very high pitch infant-like tone and grey shiny feathers. It makes adhaan exactly at the time of Fajr, Zuhr, Asr, Magrib, Eisha and midnight Tahajhudd. Now, look at how God blessed it; for sustenance, it goes to the garden with dead leaves and eat worms, it perches fresh grass pathways, it goes into the muddy side of the rivers not how small the flow, it visits fertile area for fresh worms in Winter or Summer! :)

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