Bones Don’t Lie: Forensics and the Discovery of Ancient Egypt is the title of this year’s ARCE/DC annual study day/fundraiser. Here, four experts share their experience with using forensic bone science to study ancient human remains in Egypt.
This virtual event will be held on:
*Saturday, May 22, from 10 AM to 2:45 PM (EDT US).*
Dr. Anne Austin, University of Missouri-Saint Louis, explains how bones
reveal their secrets.
Dr. Sahar Saleem, Professor of Radiology, Cairo University, presents the
the latest research on three royal mummies.
Dr. Nathaniel Dominy, Dartmouth University, updates his groundbreaking
research on the baboon trade using radioactive isotopes.
Meg Swaney, doctoral candidate, Johns Hopkins University, discusses the
osteological and forensic evidence for two female mummies in the
university’s Archaeological Museum.