- Available touring exhibition: The Greeks in Egypt
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- White GoldFrankfurt / Hamburg
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- Sunken Treasure: 15th Century Chinese Ceramics from the Lena CargoLondon / Geneva
- Sunken Treasures: Ming Dynasty Ceramics from a junkDenver
- 18th Century Relics of the GriffinManila
Available to tour from 2026:
The Greeks in Egypt - Sunken Cities: Egypt's Lost Worlds
The exhibition is the latest in a series of successful international touring exhibitions to explore the Sunken Cities of Egypt’s Lost Worlds. It is an immersive exhibition showcasing the latest underwater evidence for the Greek presence in the Kingdom of the Pharaohs.
The Greeks in Egypt is one of the highlights of the underwater excavations directed by Franck Goddio, president of the European Institute for Underwater Archeology (IEASM), in collaboration with the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities.
This travelling exhibition shows a new aspect of the Sunken Cities: not only Greek life, but also Greek legends in Egypt that are 3,000 years old, long before the presence of Alexander the Great or the reign of the Ptolemies. A range of multimedia displays of various scales complement a large collection of recently discovered objects from the underwater excavations. Many have never been seen outside of Egypt before. They are complemented by some 20 masterpieces on loan from museums in Egypt.
A spectacle of colour and light is used in conjunction with the objects and photographs, sounds, video, interactive displays and underwater 3Ds create another time and place for an enhanced visitor experience.
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