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Special Summer Supplement
Also featured,"Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology: Common Bonds Link Cities and Cultures Centuries Apart" by Cyndi Richardson
Although buried beneath the desert sands for centuries, the once great city of Memphis, Egypt, still intrigues the modern-day inhabitants of Memphis, Tennessee. The Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology at Memphis State houses the only public collection of Egyptian art in the Mid-South. Located in the University Gallery of the College of Communication and Fine Arts, it maintains approximately 125 objects, some on long-term loan from major museums, that will soon be on display after renovation of the gallery.
1985 Summer Special
Memphis State University; University of Memphis
"Memphis State Magazine, 04:03, 1985 Summer" (2022). Memphis State University Magazine. 22.