University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Photo of open storage

Ancient Egypt: From Discovery to Display provides you with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to walk in the shoes of an archaeologist. Peel back the curtain and get a behind-the-scenes view of the journey artifacts take on their way to museum display, from excavation to conservation to storage and research. More than 200 fascinating objects, many of which have never been on view before, are included throughout the three-part, 6,000-square-foot exhibition. Eventually, these objects will become a part of the re-envisioned Ancient Egypt and Nubia Galleries, a much-anticipated cornerstone of the Museum’s Building Transformation project.

In Ancient Egypt: From Discovery to Display, you will explore...

statue Ancient artifacts on display representing thousands of years of Egyptian history
necklace A visible storage section showing an insider’s view of how objects are housed
conservator Live conservation of real artifacts including twice-daily Q&A sessions
object close up Even more behind the scenes, courtesy of the Artifact Lab Blog

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