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The Lamentations of Isis and Nephtys

26 October 2015 by Paula

Egyptian papyrus from our collection

Egyptian papyrus from our collection

Marion Servat-Fredericq,  Project Assistant Curator Antiquities tells us about a recent visit to World Museum:

‘Dr Andrea Kucharek, an Egyptologist at Heidelberg University in Germany, visited World Museum recently to take a closer look at an Egyptian papyrus from our collection (Papyrus Mayer M11190). Dr Kucharek is currently working on the publication of this papyrus which bears a religious text from the Ptolemaic Period (332 –30 BC) known as “The Lamentations of Isis and Nephtys”. Read more…

Pharaoh, kiss me quick!

1 November 2013 by Ashley Cooke

Fragment of Akhenaten's face, excavated 1931-32 (about 1352-1336 BC).

Fragment of Akhenaten’s face from the wall of a bridge, excavated 1931-32 (about 1352-1336 BC). Accession no. 1973.1.527g

Yesterday two Egyptologists from the Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection, Berlin, visited us at World Museum to discuss a new collaborative project to bring together objects that are now in collections all around the world. Read more…

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