Monday, January 8, 2001

Learn about ancient Egyptian attitudes toward sex through a discussion of images on tomb walls, the role of fertility gods, and literature, such as the wisdom texts and love poetry.

Gayle Gibson

Royal Ontario Museum

KMT Magazine Volume 09: Issue 3

  • Antiquities Reports from Egypt by Mohamed Saleh, Zahi Hawass & Sabry Abd el Aziz
  • King Tutankhamen on the Move at Chicago’s Oriental Institute
  • Rhode Island & Its Role in American Egyptology by Barbara Lesko
  • “Egypt: 5,000 Years of Civilization,” a Traveling Replicas Exhibit in Brazil
  • Seti I, His Reign & Monuments by Peter Brand
  • Musings on the Sexual Nature of the Human-Headed Ba Bird by Greg Reeder
  • When Were the Mythological Papyri Composed? by Omar Zuhdi
  • PLUS Nile Currents, Book Reviews & Who Is It?