Ägyptisches Museum (Berlin)

The Egyptian collection at the Ägyptisches Museum in Berlin is spectacular. In October 2009, the artefacts were re-installed in the recently restored Neues Museum, the same building where the collection was displayed before the Second World War. (The building was almost entirely destroyed but the artefacts had already been taking away for safety.) The collection is vast and there is such a large portion devoted to the art of the Amarna period, that I thought to create two separate photo pages. Today, you’re being treated to objects from the Egyptian collection not dated to the Amarna Period!

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