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Search through 4,680 items from across our internationally significant Egyptology collection. The full collection is one of the largest in the UK with nearly 20,000 items spanning from the Prehistoric (about 5300 BC) to the end of the Byzantine Period (AD 642). Month by month we are making more records available online.
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Excavations directed by Flinders Petrie at the Hiw-Semaina region (Diopolis Parva) for the Egypt Exploration Fund. The museum provided financial sponsorship towards the costs and received a share of the finds that the Egyptian authorities allowed to be exported outside of Egypt.
The museum subscribed to the 1898-9 excavations and received 165 finds that were accessioned on 25 September 1899, accession series 188.8.131.52-166. About 65 pottery jars and bowls were destroyed in World War Two. Sketches and descriptions, including tomb numbers, were made by Professor Eric Peet.
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