|Contributions||Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden., Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten.|
|The Physical Object|
The Coffin of Djedmonthuiufankh in the National Museum of Antiquities at Leiden I by R. Van Walsem, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This experience serves us very well, because the curators of the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden are preparing an exhibition on Egyptian textiles that will be opened in One category of objects that has occupied us this season fragments of a type of coffin that Egyptologists funnily enough call “slipper coffins”. The National Museum of Banat in Timisoara has a collection of 52 Egyptian antiquities: 17 amulets, 5 scarabs and one scaraboid, 13 shabti figurines, 3 statuettes, one statue, a headrest, a coffin. Being able to publish discrete coffin sets or a museum corpus is a growing trend in coffin studies that contributes widely to the field. the book follows a tripartite construction that includes a commentary after the description of the coffin sets. The coffin of Djedmonthuiufankh in the National Museum of Antiquities at Leiden, Vol. I.
The Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of no. 8 (). p. , fig. 8 Walsem, Reijer van. The Coffin of Djedmonthuiufankh in the National Museum of Antiquities at Leiden. An ancient Egyptian coffin and mummy are installed in advance of the British Museum's next major exhibition on the Book of the Egyptian coffin cover decorated with hieroglyphs. Handcolored copperplate engraving from G. T. Wilhelm's 'Encyclopedia of Natural History: Mankind,' Augsburg, More than a million and half tourists visit the museum annually, in addition to half a million Egyptians. See also: The Tutankhamun Collection. The Cachette Court of Karnak Statue Collection. The Coptic Museum. Picture of the Day. Page 4: Cairo Antiquities Museum (Through the Old Kingdom) Page 5: Cairo Antiquities Museum (Though the Middle. Title: Bulletin , Author: Szépművészeti Múzeum/Museum of Fine Arts Budapest, Name: Bulletin , Length: pages, Page: , Published: Issuu company logo Issuu.
This edited volume presents the first Leiden results of the project focusing on the lavishly decorated coffins of the Priests of Amun that are currently in the collection of the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities. Buy The Coffins of the Priests of Amun: Egyptian coffins from the 21st Dynasty in the collection of the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden (Papers on Archaeology of the Leiden Museum of Antiquities) 01 by Lara Weiss (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. To complete the Leiden contribution, the National Museum of Antiquities has loaned the Getty Museum a number of key exhibits, including an enormous sarcophagus. This is now the main public attraction at the exhibition. All the features of the mummy-shaped coffin point to it being Egyptian, but appearances can be deceptive. Literature R. van Walsem, The Coffin of Djedmonthuiufankh in the National Museum of Antiquities at Leiden, Leiden, , vol. 1, pp. 47, , , , , ,