The clever design of the Michael C. Carlos museum

I have visited this museum two times.  I especially love the way they handle the Egyptian section.  In art history, every era and movement has a little sub-movement tucked in.   This gives lovers and scholars alike fascinating (and frustrating) studying.  Either these sub-eras receive press or just ignored in favor of the more well-known movements.  In other words, how does a museum deal with these nuances?  As mentioned by a professor of mine, Emory takes on that challenge by designing big halls with tiny rooms that focus on these little movements.  Furthermore, they order these rooms of treasures not just by movement, but by geographical location.

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ETA: I rewrote a sentence because I forgot to give credit to a professor who described the outlay of the museum.

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