Pesach: Ancient Egypt

We had the privilege to join Nachliel’s exciting guided tour at the Metropolitan Museum, which dealt with Ancient Egypt in advance of Pesach. Nachliel connected between the archaeological artifact and the Exodus story in a professional and exciting way, while displaying  impressive scientific, historic and archaeological background knowledge, and fluency in Tanach and Talmudic literature. Nachliel did it with a unique sweetness, engaging the crowd and adapting the content to the various age groups. The tour for us was a wonderful and innovative preparation, and thought-provoking; in advance of the Passover holiday.

Rabbi Baruch Gigi and Rabbi Amnon Bazak

Yeshivat Har Etzion

“In every generation a person must regard themselves as though they personally had gone out of Egypt” (Mishna, Pesachim 10:5)

Join us for an experiential tour in the amazing Egyptian galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Come and study important themes and ideas from Ancient Egypt and the Exodus, through the lens of archaeology and our Torah, and hopefully find relevance to our daily lives.

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Nachliel facilitated a fantastic tour for us on a very busy Sunday in the Met. His presentation was thorough and engaging and the two hours flew by. As a former teacher, I was particularly impressed with his ability to differentiate the content for our diverse group of participants with ages ranging from 7 to 55+ years old…His jokes were on point but more important, his interpretation and retelling of history was relatable to each and everyone of us. We connected to the exhibits and considered the implications of what stood before us in ways we never did before…

E. Sutton

Participated Sunday, March 25, 2018


An amazing tour by Nachliel. Using his intellect, humor and vision he was able to bring the story of Pesach back to life. New insights to our slavery and journey to freedom were presented beautifully.
Thank you! I highly recommend and looking forward to future tours

Daniel L.
Participated Sunday, March 13, 2018





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