Belgium

 

and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

 

Antwerp:

MAS (Museum aan de Stroom)

 
HeadquARTers
 

Arlon:

Musée Luxembourgeois

? Unsure

Brussels:

Musical Instruments Museum

  Contains at least an ancient egyptian shoulder harp, possibly other objects such as sistrum, clappers,...in 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
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Charleroi (Marcinelle) :

Musée du Verre

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

Gent:

University Collection

 

Liège:

Grand Curtius

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

Lokeren:

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.

Louvain-La-Neuve:

Musée de Louvain-la-Neuve

  University's Egyptian collection.

 Morlanwelz-Mariemont:

Musée Royal de Mariemont

  Contains mainly statues and ceramic objects.

Verviers:

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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