Editorial: Capart, the birth of a project

Coordinator of the Capart Project
Scientific Collaborator at the Royal Museums of Art and History, Brussels

When I first heard the name of Jean Capart in 1977, I was far from being able to imagine the role that the founder of Egyptology in Belgium would come to play in my life and even further from suspecting...
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The Queen, the Egyptologist and the Pharaoh

On Thursday, March 12, 2020, under the aegis of Baudouin Falmagne, Hulencourt Festival is organising an exceptional evening with historian Jean-Michel Bruffaerts, Scientific Coordinator of the Jean Capart Fund. The lecture will be given in French. With the participation of Her...
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Jean Capart highlighted during the exhibition TUTANKHAMUN in Liège

Discovering the forgotten pharaoh
The most mythical discovery in the history of archaeology… In 1922, in the Valley of the Kings, an English archaeologist, Howard Carter, and his billionaire benefactor, Lord Carnarvon, entered the intact tomb of the Pharaoh Tutankhamun, the first people to do so since...
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