Johns Hopkins students unearth unexpected treasures in Egypt

The Fall 2012 issue of Arts & Sciences Magazine, released this week, includes a photo feature chronicling an archaeological dig conducted by Johns Hopkins professor Betsy Bryan and students in Luxor, Egypt, over the summer.

Bryan, professor of Egyptian art and archaeology in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, led the research team and has done so every year since 1993, bringing the study of archaeology and ancient Egypt to life for Johns Hopkins undergraduate and graduate students. This year, 12 students participated in the excavations, and the team was accompanied by photographer James T. VanRensselaer.

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