A Mummy in Jerusalem: Secrets of the Afterlife
On view from 27 July 2016–22 April 2017, this exhibition focused on a 2,200-year-old Egyptian mummy displayed in its original coffin, alongside objects from various tombs typically used in Egyptian funerary rites until the rise of Christianity in Egypt in the fourth century CE.
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