14 June – 23 September 2018 South Lecture Room Photography was essential to archaeology, but Burton’s photography did much more than simply record information about the tomb and its treasures. By looking at the different kinds of photographs Burton made, and how they were used, this exhibition places the Tutankhamun discovery in its historical context – and asks whether photographs influence the way we think about ancient and modern Egypt alike. The exhibition has been curated by.
C is for Cookie, that's good enough for him. The Wheel Stealer (1966), sketch from Jim Henson's Designs and Doodles. Proto-Cookie from The Coffee Break Machine (1967). Another proto-Cookie (Arnold) with Munchos spokesman Fred (1969). Cookie Monster in Christmas Eve on Sesame Street. Cookie Monster in Season 46 (2016). A closeup of Cookie Monster's eyes, showing his googly mechanism. Cookie Monster is a voracious monster and one of the main characters.
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