Source: Patricia Spencer, for The Egypt Exploration Society (Facebook).
Host: The Egypt Exploration Society.
Time: Tuesday, 23rd November 2010, 6:30-7:30 pm.
Location: The EES, 3 Doughty Mews, London WC1N 2PG.
Phone: +44 (0)20 7242 1880.
Amheida is a major urban site in the Dakhla Oasis with occupation through to the Late Roman Period. This talk will describe the conservation and site development work there, under the auspices of New York University, over the last five years. A major component of this was the construction of a replica of a Roman house to serve as a visitors centre.
Dr. Nicholas Warner is an architect and architectural historian trained at Cambridge University, and the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University. Since 1993 he has been based in Egypt, where he has participated in or directed a number of projects related to the documentation, preservation, and presentation of historic structures and archaeological material.
Entry is free of charge, but numbers are limited to 30 so application for tickets as normal is required (here).