Archaeologist Zahi Hawass: Egypt: Yesterday and Today, Plus Museum Center's Cleopatra
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The blockbuster exhibition, Cleopatra: The Search for the Last Queen of Egypt, brings the wonder and mystery of Egypt right here to Cincinnati. Don’t miss a rare opportunity to dig deeper into the search for Cleopatra’s tomb with a lecture from the man hot on her trail — Dr. Zahi Hawass, Egypt’s Minister of State for Antiquities. Dr. Hawass, Egypt’s preeminent archaeologist, will present a public lecture entitled_ Egypt: Yesterday and Today._