Tag Archives: Museums

A Review of the Garstang Museum’s ‘Before Egypt: Art, Culture and Power’ exhibition at the Victoria Gallery and Museum at the University of Liverpool

The Garstang Museum’s ‘Before Egypt’ exhibition reviewed! Pots, palettes, some stunning artefacts and a female Pharaoh. Continue reading

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Artefacts from the Anglo-Saxon burial at Prittlewell exhibited in Southend Museum.

A Review of the new exhibition of the Prittlewell Princely burial in Southend Museum Continue reading

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Provenance, fakes, uncertainty and ethics: The problems with legally purchased antiquities.

My recent visit to the Barcelona Egyptian Museum revealed some fantastic artefacts, but also raised unsettling questions about forgeries, provenance and the ethics of presenting recently purchased antiquities in museums. Continue reading

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The Egyptian Museum of Barcelona

The Egyptian Museum in Barcelona contains a number of interesting artefacts and is a fascinating place to visit. Continue reading

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The Egyptian collection in the Museo Nacional des Belles Artes, Havana Cuba.

A review of the fantastic and rarely explored Egyptian collection in Havana. Continue reading

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