Posted by Kate Phizackerley on Monday, January 24, 2011

If you were unsucessful in application to be the witch at Wokey Hole in Cheddar, maybe you could become the mummy for new exhibition at the Herbert in Coventry, UK.  Actually, it sounds like an exhibition worth seeing:

Other exhibits include a huge granite statue of Ramesses the Great from the British Museum. A never-before-displayed head sculpture of Queen Nefertiti will also be shown
That is in addition to the mummy of Princess Perenbast displayed in a recreated tomb.  The exhibitiion is called Secret Egypt and is part of a programme of Egyptian events at the Herbert but there is also a dedicated website for Secret Egypt.  It opens on 11th February and runs through to 5th June.  I may try to get to Coventry during that time.



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