The Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity Museum

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Egyptian Anthropoid Wooden Coffin Lid

   

The Archaeology  Museum is an actively used teaching collection of approximately 2000 examples of Greek, Mycenean, Roman and Egyptian pottery, funerary, domestic and religious objects. In addition to the objects on display in the Archaeology Museum room, the collection contains a large and valuable range of pot sherds, assembled throughout the 20th Century.

The collection is used for a wide variety of teaching including undergraduate and postgraduate teaching in CAHA, cross-disciplinary courses and outreach master classes for secondary schools.