Weekend Roundup, Part 1
The Museo Egizio di Torino has recently posted 11,000 objects from ancient Egypt online.
Six new galleries for ancient Egypt and Nubia opened today at the Ashmolean Museum. The Ashmolean is the most popular free UK museum outside of London.
The British Museum will close its Department of the Middle East to visitors from December 12, 2011 to January 20, 2012.
John E. Curtis will be lecturing on “Babylon: A Wonder of the Ancient World” at the Met on December 19.
The latest production by SourceFlix is now available. You can watch the trailer of “The Sacrifice” at their site. It looks great.
The Logos version of Austen Henry Layard’s Nineveh and Its Remains will close in community bidding on Friday. It’s now at $18 but may well go down to $16 or $14.
Glo Premium is available for only $35 through Monday. The special includes a free DVD.
Accordance is selling all Carta modules and combos for 20% off through December. The sale includes Ritmeyer’s The Quest, Rainey and Notley’s The Sacred Bridge, and Eusebius’ Onomasticon.
Tyndale Tech explains why Perseus, now available for free in Logos, is the best collection for studying backgrounds of the New Testament.
HT: Jack Sasson