Jim Westerman
“Underwater Archaeology in the Desert”

Date: Friday, November 22, 2013
Time Details: 6:00PM Cocktails
6:45PM Dinner
7:15PM Presentation
Business Casual, No Denim
Location: Location included on invitations emailed to members and friends

Description:

Jim Westerman

James S. Westerman, founder and current treasurer of the Chicago Great Lakes Chapter of the Explorers Club, will describe his scientific, technological and archeological research program in Abydos, Egypt lasting nearly three decades and which is still active. Jim has been awarded four Explorers Club Expedition Flags over the years for his work in Egypt.

Jim Westerman has been Director of the Abydos Research Project in Egypt since 1986. He is also Director of the Machu Picchu Research Project in The Condor Group. In both roles Jim has made important discoveries about ancient peoples in Africa and South America.

His exploration in Peru is described in his book, The Meaning of Machu Picchu. His archeology work in Egypt is now available on the innovative website jameswesterman.org, which presents a database of over a thousand multimedia historical records.

Reservations to: Rebecca Doane (rdoane@thompsoncoburn.com)
Please include your name and the names of your guests when making reservations.
Member/Spouse Price: $55
Guest Price: $60

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