Nancy (Braschayko) McNamara, a summa cum laude Laker Alumni from 2006 is attending the University of Michigan School of Medicine.
VALLEY OF THE KINGS
This program examines the tombs of Ipi the workman, and Kha the architect,
which illustrate the daily round of ancient Egyptian life.
Presented in this segment of the eight-part series is art as a communal
activity in ancient Egypt; the tools, furniture, clothing, kitchen utensils,
and foods of Ipi and Kha, and the money with which they were paid; how the
Egyptians divided the person into body, soul, and image; the Colossi of
Memnon and King Amen Htep's deed giving the temple to the god; the tomb of
Tutmose III and what is hieroglyphs and paintings mean.
Viewers learn why Ramose the scribe came to the craftsmen's village, and
about the records kept by Kenherkopefshef.
DT 62 .T6 .V34 1988
Vision of 1st Place
First Place Lake Superior State University
Automated Assembly of Seat Indexing Mechanisms
Other award recipients: Carnegie Mellon University, and a team comprised of students from University of Kentucky, University of Florida, and the Colorado School of Mines
1999 Robotics Industries Association: Robotics & Vision Show
May 11, 1999
International Scholarship Competition