Egyptology Lecture at Akron Fossils October 13

Egyptian ‘Narmer Palette’ Replica

How does Egyptian chronology fit with the historical record of Genesis and Exodus? Is there archeological evidence for a Hebrew man named Joseph that became a leader in Egypt? These and other questions will be addressed in our 7:00p lecture on Saturday, October 13, by Todd Styer at the Akron Fossils & Science Center in his talk The Revised Egyptian Chronology. Please join us for a fascinating and informative talk about Egyptian civilization, Pharaoh’s, and the Biblical record. Read More

Written by Dr. Al Gotch

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Akron Fossils & Science Center features hands-on tours and science activities that put knowledge directly in your hands. Our exhibits display many fossils from Ohio and around the world. In addition to our guided tours, we offer a wide variety of enriching science programs, all hands-on and designed to make science and learning fun and meaningful. We also look forward to having you enjoy our 2 1/2 acre outdoor adventure park called Truassic Park. Our park features a 9-hole mini golf course, giant slide, and 200 FT ZIP- LINE! At Akron Fossils & Science Center, participants and visitors become more than observers; they become researchers, experimenters, and even educators. Our exhibits and programs let you experience science first-hand and encourage understanding and deep, critical thought. A trip to Akron Fossils & Science Center provides more than something to do for one day; it ignites a passion for learning and exploration that lasts a lifetime.

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