Haremhab, Pharaoh and Conqueror: New Investigations in His Royal Tomb in the Valley of the Kings

In conjunction with the exhibition Haremhab, The General Who Became King (on view November 16, 2010–July 4, 2011), this talk by Geoffrey Thorndike Martin—Edwards Professor of Egyptology and Philology Emeritus, University College London, and Fellow Commoner, Christ's College, University of Cambridge—presents recent archaeological finds that have shed new light on the duration of Haremhab's rule and prompted a reevaluation of the chronology of ancient Aegean and Levantine civilizations.

Recorded on May 6, 2011

This lecture is made possible by the Friends of Isis, Department of Egyptian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.