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Albany Mummies: Unveiling An Ancient Mystery

Albany Mummies: Unveiling An Ancient Mystery

The Albany Mummies

Watch Sunday, September 15, 2013 at 5pm & 10:30pm and Monday, September 16, 2013 at 7:30pm.

Albany Mummies: Unveiling An Ancient Mystery highlights the journey of the mummies from the 21st Dynasty to the 21st century with a focus on the intersection of science, technology, and the humanities. Watch as specialists review the new x-rays and CT scans obtained at Albany Medical Center in March of 2012 and reveal startling news. The film, written, directed, and produced by Professors Mary Valentis and William Rainbolt of the University at Albany, is a collaboration effort between the Albany Institute of History & Art, Albany Medical Center, University at Albany Foundation, and the University at Albany College of Arts & Sciences and Center for Humanities, Arts, and TechnoSciences.

For further exploration, don't miss GE Presents: The Mystery of the Albany Mummies Exhibition at the Albany Institute of History & Art September 21, 2013 through June 8, 2014.

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