The goals of the this project are to develop and integrate applications of visualization technologies in the fields of archaeology, epigraphy, history of art and history of ancient Egypt, into immersive visualizations and VR/AR applications that allow scholars, students, and the interested public to navigate from the large landscape, to the monument, and to the magically inscribed sarcophagus in its ancient Egyptian context. This CITRIS seed-funding project awarded to Rita Lucarelli (UCB) and Elaine Sullivan (UCSC) allows us to explore new ways to present, interpret, and share new forms of research and scholarship.