Contains museums whose primary focus is on the collection and exhibition of archaeological artifacts and excavations concerned with Egyptology.
Includes some famous ancient Egyptian pieces. Located in Oxford, England.
General information and presentation of special collections of Egyptian, Classical and Ancient Middle Eastern Art.
Provides images of objects from the collection with explanatory texts. Located in Berlin. Includes visitor's and contact information.
Dedicated to Egyptian art and culture in Turin Italy, second in importance after the Cairo Museum with some 6,500 objects on view.
Online sample of the permanent collection of the MCCM at Emory University.
Collection from different periods of Egyptian art. Images and explanatory texts. Located in Rome.
From the University of Chicago, this ancient Near East collection includes an Egyptian gallery.
Houses about 80,000 objects, many of which were collected by Professor William Flinders Petrie in his excavations. Includes hours, directions and contact information. Located in University College London.
Has the largest collection of ancient Egyptian material outside Cairo. Exhibitions, research, fieldwork, collections. Located in London.
Official site for the museum in Cairo, which houses over 120,000 objects, including the mummies of Egyptian pharoahs, sarcophagi, sculptures, furniture and personal effects.
A part of the Department of Art at the University of Memphis. Devoted to community education, the institute houses over 150 Egyptian antiquities, including mummies, funerary equipment and objects of everyday life. Several are available for online viewing.
Includes a virtual tour of the exhibition, selected artifacts, exhibition brochure, family guide, and other materials from the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
Sponsored by National Geographic, exhibition will feature over 130 treasures from the tomb of the celebrated pharaoh on a twenty-seven month tour beginning in Los Angeles, California. Includes details and ticket information.
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