The American Research Center in Egypt, in collaboration with ARCE/NY and the Archaeology Committee of The National Arts Club, is pleased to present a special evening with Dr. Marc Gabolde in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun.  

The Fate of Missing and Diverted Artifacts from Tutankhamun’s Tomb  

Wednesday June 22, 2022 

6:30 PM Lecture  

7:30 PM Light Reception  

The National Arts Club  

15 Gramercy Park S. New York, NY 10003 

Howard Carter made the most illustrious archaeological discovery of the 20th century, the virtually intact tomb of Tutankhamun. The tomb contained more than 5,000 objects, most notably those made of alabaster, wood, and the most prized of all precious metals, gold. Despite the efforts of Howard Carter to patiently record and restore many of the objects found in Tutankhamun's tomb, it seems that some artefacts never found their way to the Egyptian Museum. The fate of some of these diverted objects, disseminated in public or private collections around the world, has been the quest of Dr. Marc Gabolde for ten years. Dr. Gabolde has traced many of these objects, some of which were kept by Howard Carter himself.  Join us to learn more about Dr. Gabolde’s fascinating and sometimes surprising investigation.  

Marc Gabolde Bio: 

University professor, Marc Gabolde is a former scientific member of the French Institute of Oriental Archaeology in Cairo and research professor at Paul Valéry Montpellier 3 University. He works within the Nilotic and Mediterranean Egypt team, part of the Archeology of Mediterranean societies unit. Since September 2020, he has been on a delegation to the Franco-Egyptian Center for the Study of the Temples of Karnak to complete the study and publication of the memorial built by Ay for Tutankhamun. His main work concerns the history of the end of the 18th Dynasty. Dr. Gabolde has directed and participated in several archaeological expeditions including the Valley of the Queens, Balat, Tebtunis, and the royal necropolis of Tell el-Amarna. He is the author of several books on the late 18th dynasty, most recently Tutankhamun (Pygmalion 2015), and he has written 82 scientific articles.  

COVID Info:

Due to current health and safety guidelines, seating is extremely limited. RSVPs for this event are managed by The National Arts Club. 

Per Club requirements, all attendees must wear a mask, and provide proof of identification and COVID-19 vaccinations upon arrival. The NAC reserves the right to enforce and modify all health and safety policies and cancel in-person events at short notice in response to receive guidance from the NYC Health Department or other agencies.

The American Research Center in Egypt, in collaboration with the Egyptian Embassy and ARCE-DC, is pleased to present a special evening with Dr. Marc Gabolde in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun.  

The Fate of Missing and Diverted Artifacts from Tutankhamun’s Tomb

Thursday June 23, 2022 

6:00 PM Lecture  

7:00 PM Light Reception  

The Egyptian Embassy 

3521 International Ct. NW Washington, DC 20008 

Howard Carter made the most illustrious archaeological discovery of the 20th century, the virtually intact tomb of Tutankhamun. The tomb contained more than 5,000 objects, most notably those made of alabaster, wood, and the most prized of all precious metals, gold. Despite the efforts of Howard Carter to patiently record and restore many of the objects found in Tutankhamun's tomb, it seems that some artefacts never found their way to the Egyptian Museum. The fate of some of these diverted objects, disseminated in public or private collections around the world, has been the quest of Dr. Marc Gabolde for ten years. Dr. Gabolde has traced many of these objects, some of which were kept by Howard Carter himself.  Join us to learn more about Dr. Gabolde’s fascinating and sometimes surprising investigation.  

Marc Gabolde Bio: 

University professor, Marc Gabolde is a former scientific member of the French Institute of Oriental Archaeology in Cairo and research professor at Paul Valéry Montpellier 3 University. He works within the Nilotic and Mediterranean Egypt team, part of the Archeology of Mediterranean societies unit. Since September 2020, he has been on a delegation to the Franco-Egyptian Center for the Study of the Temples of Karnak to complete the study and publication of the memorial built by Ay for Tutankhamun. His main work concerns the history of the end of the 18th Dynasty. Dr. Gabolde has directed and participated in several archaeological expeditions including the Valley of the Queens, Balat, Tebtunis, and the royal necropolis of Tell el-Amarna. He is the author of several books on the late 18th dynasty, most recently Tutankhamun (Pygmalion 2015), and he has written 82 scientific articles.  

Due to security protocols, all guests must RSVP for this event prior to arrival. Limited street parking is available. 

The American Research Center in Egypt, in collaboration with ARCE-NE, is pleased to present a special afternoon with Dr. Marc Gabolde in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun.  

The Fate of Missing and Diverted Artifacts from Tutankhamun’s Tomb  

Sunday June 26, 2022 

2:00 PM Lecture  

3:00 PM Light Reception  

Penn Museum 

Widener Auditorium 

3260 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 

Howard Carter made the most illustrious archaeological discovery of the 20th century, the virtually intact tomb of Tutankhamun. The tomb contained more than 5,000 objects, most notably those made of alabaster, wood, and the most prized of all precious metals, gold. Despite the efforts of Howard Carter to patiently record and restore many of the objects found in Tutankhamun's tomb, it seems that some artefacts never found their way to the Egyptian Museum. The fate of some of these diverted objects, disseminated in public or private collections around the world, has been the quest of Dr. Marc Gabolde for ten years. Dr. Gabolde has traced many of these objects, some of which were kept by Howard Carter himself.  Join us to learn more about Dr. Gabolde’s fascinating and sometimes surprising investigation.  

Marc Gabolde Bio: 

University professor, Marc Gabolde is a former scientific member of the French Institute of Oriental Archaeology in Cairo and research professor at Paul Valéry Montpellier 3 University. He works within the Nilotic and Mediterranean Egypt team, part of the Archeology of Mediterranean societies unit. Since September 2020, he has been on a delegation to the Franco-Egyptian Center for the Study of the Temples of Karnak to complete the study and publication of the memorial built by Ay for Tutankhamun. His main work concerns the history of the end of the 18th Dynasty. Dr. Gabolde has directed and participated in several archaeological expeditions including the Valley of the Queens, Balat, Tebtunis, and the royal necropolis of Tell el-Amarna. He is the author of several books on the late 18th dynasty, most recently Tutankhamun (Pygmalion 2015), and he has written 82 scientific articles.  

Parking:

Accessible parking is available in the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Museum Parking Garage (also known as Garage 7) at the posted rates. The parking garage is adjacent to the Museum at the corner of South Street and Convention Avenue, with its entrance off Convention Avenue. Spaces are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

The American Research Center in Egypt, in collaboration with ARCE-NE, is pleased to present a special evening with Dr. Marc Gabolde in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of King Tutankhamun.  

The Fate of Missing and Diverted Artifacts from Tutankhamun’s Tomb  

Monday June 27, 2022 

6:00 PM Lecture  

7:00 PM Light Reception  

Convene at One Boston Place 

201 Washington St. 2nd Floor Boston, MA 02108 

Howard Carter made the most illustrious archaeological discovery of the 20th century, the virtually intact tomb of Tutankhamun. The tomb contained more than 5,000 objects, most notably those made of alabaster, wood, and the most prized of all precious metals, gold. Despite the efforts of Howard Carter to patiently record and restore many of the objects found in Tutankhamun's tomb, it seems that some artefacts never found their way to the Egyptian Museum. The fate of some of these diverted objects, disseminated in public or private collections around the world, has been the quest of Dr. Marc Gabolde for ten years. Dr. Gabolde has traced many of these objects, some of which were kept by Howard Carter himself.  Join us to learn more about Dr. Gabolde’s fascinating and sometimes surprising investigation.  

Marc Gabolde Bio: 

University professor, Marc Gabolde is a former scientific member of the French Institute of Oriental Archaeology in Cairo and research professor at Paul Valéry Montpellier 3 University. He works within the Nilotic and Mediterranean Egypt team, part of the Archeology of Mediterranean societies unit. Since September 2020, he has been on a delegation to the Franco-Egyptian Center for the Study of the Temples of Karnak to complete the study and publication of the memorial built by Ay for Tutankhamun. His main work concerns the history of the end of the 18th Dynasty. Dr. Gabolde has directed and participated in several archaeological expeditions including the Valley of the Queens, Balat, Tebtunis, and the royal necropolis of Tell el-Amarna. He is the author of several books on the late 18th dynasty, most recently Tutankhamun (Pygmalion 2015), and he has written 82 scientific articles.