What do Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Mardi Gras, and Birds in New Orleans have in common?

Find the answer in my blog post for the New Orleans Area Interest Group of the American Research Center in Egypt.

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About Melinda Nelson-Hurst

Melinda Nelson-Hurst is an Egyptologist whose interests lie in the social history and archaeology of ancient Egypt. She has worked most extensively on families and their influence within the state administration during the period of the Middle Kingdom. Since starting a new research project on the Egyptian Collection at Tulane University in 2012, her interests have expanded into the modern history of the field of Egyptology and Egyptian collections. You can also follow her on twitter @dr_mgnh

One response to “What do Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Mardi Gras, and Birds in New Orleans have in common?”

  1. Rachel Lewis Murphy says :

    What they have in common? History. It does repeat itself.

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