Len Sharp Presents Mysterious Egypt and its Ancient Treasures January 25th

The Phoenix Public library is pleased host Len Sharp MS, CAS, retired Earth Science teacher from Liverpool High School and an adjunct professor of Education at LeMoyne College on Monday, January 25th, 2016 at 7:00 pm for a visual presentation of his lecture, Mysterious Egypt and its Ancient Geological Treasures. Mr. Sharp has received the National Science Teachers Association Distinguished Teacher Award and a Presidential Award for Teaching Science. He has explored and hiked through all 50 states and trekked and studied on all seven continents.
Mr. Sharp spent part of the summer of 1996 studying the geology and antiquities of present day and ancient Egypt as a member of a science educators group. This presentation developed from his time in Egypt will focus on some of the following: Egyptian Monuments, Egyptian geography in a look at the cities, the science of mummification, the mysterious death of King Tutankhamum and the discovery of his tomb, the reigns of King Akhenaten, Tut’s father and the Heretic Pharaoh, Ramses II and Hatshepsut, a great female ruler.
This lecture is free and open to the public.