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Egyptian Art Exhibit
A review of the Egyptian art exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum.
# 138726 | 1,250 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Art (History) , History (African) , Art (Museums)


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The paper relates that the Egyptian exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum is a long-term installation that was put in place in 2003 in several new galleries, the intent being to tell the story of Egyptian art from its origins circa 3500 B.C. The paper discusses how Egypt was added to the Roman empire, beginning around 30 B.C. The paper describes how included are also exhibits covering various themes from Egyptian culture, including the role of temples and tombs and so the role of religion in Egyptian life.

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"The Egyptian exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum is a long-term installation that was put in place in 2003 in several new galleries, the intent being to tell the story of Egyptian art from its origins circa 3500 B.C. until the period... Egypt was added to the Roman Empire, beginning around 30 B.C. Included are also exhibits covering various themes from Egyptian culture, including the role of temples and tombs and so the role of religion in Egyptian life. This exhibit is very popular, and a docent notes that the Egyptian section has always been one of the most popular in the museum, in part because of the exotic nature of the art, in part a fascination with the focus on the afterlife, and in part because of the striking images of..."

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