Tomatoes From Canada recently collaborated with Egyptologist Steven Blake Shubert on an article for KMT: A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt.
Last winter I went with Steven to the Lillian Massey Building at the University of Toronto to take pictures of the stained glass windows.
The windows, by Henry Holiday, were installed in 1915 when the building was the U of T's Household Science Building. If you'd like to see the windows for yourself, the building is open to the public. It is on Avenue Road at Bloor Street across from the Royal Ontario Museum.
Bill drew portraits of artist Henry Holiday, benefactor Lillian Massey and Charles T. Currelly, founder of the ROM (above) and Egyptian and Greek antecedents to one of the window figures (below).
Bill and I have loved both ancient Egypt and the ROM since we were kids. We feel honoured to have been involved. We think KMT did an excellent job with the illustrations, photographs and layouts.