and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg



MAS (Museum aan de Stroom)




Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library



Musée Luxembourgeois

? Unsure


Musical Instruments Museum

  Contains at least an ancient egyptian shoulder harp, possibly other objects such as sistrum, clappers, storage

Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België

  Contains a golden dagger of Komose and a numismatic collection from the Ptolemaic Period.

Koninklijke Musea voor Kunst en Geschiedenis

+11.000 Wide collection of various time periods from Egypt. Top objects are a portrait of Queen Tia and a granite head of Tutanchamun!

Royal Palace


Charleroi (Marcinelle) :

Musée du Verre

  Glass inlay work and possibly other glass objects from ancient Egypt.


Archaeological Museum - Ghent University

? Some pieces were donated by King Willem I of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands, Most pieces are probably donated by Jean-Baptiste de Lescluze of Bruges.

University Library Ghent


Contains 185 pre-coptic papyri in Greek and Demotic, including some of Oxyrhynchus.


Faculty of Arts (Study Collection) (KU Leuven)

? not on display three ostraca from the Ptolomaic period with hymns to the goddess Ai / Nemehanit.


Grand Curtius

  Museum will re-open end 2008 or early 2009. Objects amongst this collection are Papyri, shabti's, statues and Sarcophaguses.


Stedelijk Museum

  Mainly objects from the late and ptolemaeic period. The largest part of this collection was donated to the museum by the widow of Gustave Maes, a merchand from the 19th century.


Musée L

  University's Egyptian collection.


Musée Royal de Mariemont

  Contains mainly statues and ceramic objects.


Musée d'Archéologie et de Folklore (Musées Communaux)

  Contains at least 3 Osiris statues from the Ptolemaic period.



Grand Duchy of Luxembourg


Luxembourg City:

Musée National d'Histoire et d'Art

30 not on display The collection is only shown during temporary exhibitions; last one from 12.06.2015 - 10.01.2016 an was entiteled "Des bords du Nil vers Luxembourg". This exhibition was organised as a complement of the famous Mummies of the World exhibition when it visited Luxembourg. On this occasion a catalogue of the collection was published.



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