Please note that parts of San Martin Drive are still under construction. The South Lot is fully accessible as is the campus, via Bowman Drive, Wyman Park Drive, Art Museum Drive, and Charles Street. Handicapped parking is found directly behind Gilman Hall and in all other locations mentioned.
Theban Tomb 110: Deciphering the Burial Place of Hatshepsut's Butler, Djehuty
Johns Hopkins University
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
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The Henry T. Rowell Lecture is presented by J. J. Shirley, Journal of Egyptian History, University of Pennsylvania. Refreshments at 4:30 followed by the lecture at 5 pm. To be held in Gilman 50, the Marjorie Fisher Auditorium, Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus.
The Art and Archaeology of Trepanation in Ancient Peru