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Museums
Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum

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MUSEUMS

Most of these all have Egyptological and/or Near Eastern collections and departments, and most of them have access to a wide variety of resources

 

Allard Pierson Museum – Amsterdam

The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology

British Museum

Brooklyn Museum – Egyptian collection

Dutch National Museum of Antiquities – Leiden (also in Dutch)

Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection Berlin (in English)

The Egyptian Museum of Barcelona (in English)

The Fitzwilliam Museum – Cambridge

Glyptoteket – Copenhagen (also in Danish)

*The international Museum of the Horse

Kelsey Museum of Archaeology (also newsletter)

Liverpool Museums – Egyptology antiquities collection at World Museum

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (various languages available)

The Museum of Underwater Archaeology

*Museum of Ancient Cultures

Museum of Fine Arts – Boston

National Museums of Scotland

Oriental Museum – Durham University

Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

Penn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology – University of Pennsylvania

The Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology

Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology (has Reisner’s collection)

Poznan Archaeological Museum (English version of site seems to be out of order per Jan.2014)

Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose

Sir John Soane’s Museum

For more check out:

*Desheret’s World Map Museum Guide (museums with Egyptological collections)

 

Online Collections or Virtual Museums:

Atlas – database of displayed objects at the Louvre (direct link)

The Global Egyptian Museum

*Collections – Google Cultural Institute

Museums with online catalogues (Links)

Penn Museum – Online Collections HomeVirtual Museum of Iraq (Database Search)

 

Other Museums:

Civil Defense Museum (listen to the sirens really loudly with open windows…)

Famous Museums Worldwide (Museum information, many listed)

 

Job Opportunities:

*MuseumJobsOnline.com

 

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