The entire borough of Brooklyn has never been able to make a collective trip over to the Mut Precinct in Egypt, but fortunately a number of very talented individuals working for the Brooklyn Museum have been going that way for over thirty years. The Temple Precinct of the Goddess Mut (pronounced “Moot”) has been an important religious site for almost two thousand years, and on this website, visitors can learn more about the archaeological work going on there. Visitors can read entries from the “Dig Diary” from the past few years; the diaries are weekly photo journals that follow the team’s activities and work in the field. For users who would like to see more photos of the Mut precinct, they can also look through the site’s photo project section, which features photos that have been uploaded to the Flickr website.


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