TUTANKHAMUN: EXCAVATING THE ARCHIVE
The Bodleian Libraries/Griffith Institute Bodleian Libraries, Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BG www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk Ends 5th February 2023
Free exhibition highlighting 150 items from the Griffith Institute’s archive of Tutankhamun documents, paintings and photographs, together with material from the Bodleian’s collection, which bring to life the long search for the tomb and its discovery, and the documentation and conservation of the tomb and its treasures. [Read more about this exhibition in AE131]
DAUGHTERS OF THE NILE: WOMEN AND SOCIETY IN ANCIENT EGYPT
Palacio De Las Alhajas Pl. de San Martín, 1, 28013 Madrid, Spain www.hijasdelnilo.com Ends 31st December 2022
Exhibition of 300 pieces from 12 countries from museums, institutions and private collections focusing on the key role played by women in ancient Egypt. [For a tour of this exhibition, see here]
HIEROGLYPHS: UNLOCKING ANCIENT EGYPT
Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG
Ends 19th February 2023
Exhibition of over 240 objects, including national and international loans, celebrating 200 years since the deciphering of the Rosetta Stone, which has been redisplayed at the centre of the exhibition. Other exhibits include the so-called ‘Enchanted Basin’, a granite sarcophagus covered with hieroglyphs, and the richly illustrated Book of the Dead papyrus of Queen Nedjmet.
JEWELS OF THE NILE
Worcester Art Museum
55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609, USA
Ends 29th January 2023
An exhibition of ancient Egyptian objects and jewellery from the museum’s collection, on display for the first time in a century. There are over 300 pieces on display, collected by Kingsmill and Laura Marrs with the help of their friend Howard Carter, and donated to the museum in 1926. Items include necklaces, rings, bracelets, scarabs and a large number of amulets.
BYBLOS: THE WORLD’S MOST ANCIENT PORT
Rijksmuseum Van Oudheden
Rapenburg 28, 2311 EW Leiden, The Netherlands
Ends 12th March 2023
Exhibition of over 500 objects from international collections tracing the history of the world’s first international seaport and its trade in cedar wood. Objects reflect the cultures of ancient Egypt, Assyria, Rome and other ancient civilisations, and include golden weapons and jewellery.
TIME OF PHARAOHS
Musée de la Civilisation, Québec
85 rue Dalhousie, Québec, QC, G1K 8R2, Canada
Ends 12th March 2023
More than 350 artefacts from international collections, including stelae, coffins, mummies, statues and jewellery, on display together with detailed models and interactive multimedia spaces.