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A Special Double Celebration

A Special Double Celebration

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A Special Double Celebration
Join the ARCE Orange County Chapter on November 10th for a special double celebration of the chapter's 10th Anniversary and the 90th Anniversary of the discovery of King Tut's tomb!

Eric Wells, PhD candidate, UCLA, and Robert Newman, Esq., Vice President of the Pharaoh Hound Club of America, Santa Ana, present King Tut: A Boy and His Dog.

Eric Wells, a Ph.D. candidate at UCLA. has an excellent talk planned about Tut, his dog, and dogs as pets in Ancient Egypt. Additionally, Robert Newman, vice president of the Pharaoh Hound Club of America, will speak briefly about the breed of dog frequently seen on objects and tomb walls in Ancient Egypt. Mr. Newman will bring two of his dogs for you to meet during our event. A photo booth will be available too!

Don't miss this very special opportunity to meet a live Pharaoh Hound, a descendant of King Tut's canine companion, and learn about the breed's place in Egyptian history, art and rituals.

November 10, 2012; 1:30pm, Bowers Museum.

Visit the ARCE Orange County web site for more details.

Pharaoh Hound

Pharaoh Hound


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Pharaoh Hound

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Pharaoh Hound

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