Ukraine  

 

 

Dnipro:

Dmytro Yavornytskyi National Historical Museum

+/- 100 (only in temporary exhibitions) A statue of Ramses VI (usurped from Ramses V), sculptor model of a Pharaoh, stone temple statue of Horus as a falcon, a wooden servant statuette, mummy of a woman, fragment of a coffin, a ritual beard, lid of a canopic jar, statuettes of Horus, Osiris, Apis, Djehuti, Min, shabtis, 8 scarabs including one of Amenhotep III, crocodile mummy and animal statuettes.

 

 

Kiev:

The Khanenko Museum

38? on display A red granite statuefrom the 5th dyn, granite statue of Es-en-Benta (25th dyn), basalt statuette of a baboon, bronze statuettes of deities, pottery, glass, shabti's, cartonnages, canopics.

National Museum of the History of Ukraine

? (not on display) Amulets, bronze sculptures, textile fragment stored in museum basement.

Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine

2? (not on display)

Uninscribed mummy bandages en fragments from a Ptolomaic Book of the Dead.

National Kyiv-Pechersk Historical and Cultural Preserve

? (not on display)

Coffins and mummies of a woman and crocodiles.

 

Lviv:

Museum of Ethnography and Crafts

? unclear Probably some objects, some in faience.

 

Kherson:

Kherson Regional Studies Museum

? Inscribed shabti (found at Nikolayev).

 

Mikolayiv:

Mikolayiv Regional Museum of Local History

? (not on display)

Mainly small items of faience (scarabsand amulets) that were discovered during archaeological excavations in the Northern Black Sea Region, both in Greek settlements (Olbia, Tira, Panticapaeum, Chersonesos, etc.) and in the burials of Scythian-Sarmatian tribes of the early Iron Age. All these artefacts are examples of Egyptian imports (in particular, from Naukratis), which became widespread in the Hellenistic era.

 

Odessa:

Odessa Archaeological Museum

500+ ? on display 11 coffins, 8 stelae, 20 scarabs, mummies of humans and animals, statuettes, jewelry, amulets  and objects from daily life.

 

Poltava:

Poltava Regional Studies Museum

100+ ? on display Profile of a king's head, terracotta models, fragments of sculpture and reliefs, shabtis, canopics, pottery, amulets, scarabs, eathenware necklaces, funerary cones and an offering altar.
         

 

CRIMEA

 

Bakhchisaray:

Bakhchisaray Historical, Cultural and Archaeological Museum-Reserve

? (not on display) Mainly small items of faience (scarabsand amulets) that were discovered during archaeological excavations in the Northern Black Sea Region, both in Greek settlements (Olbia, Tira, Panticapaeum, Chersonesos, etc.) and in the burials of Scythian-Sarmatian tribes of the early Iron Age. All these artefacts are examples of Egyptian imports (in particular, from Naukratis), which became widespread in the Hellenistic era.

 

Kerch:

Historical and Archaeological Museum

? (not on display) Mainly small items of faience (scarabsand amulets) that were discovered during archaeological excavations in the Northern Black Sea Region, both in Greek settlements (Olbia, Tira, Panticapaeum, Chersonesos, etc.) and in the burials of Scythian-Sarmatian tribes of the early Iron Age. All these artefacts are examples of Egyptian imports (in particular, from Naukratis), which became widespread in the Hellenistic era.

 

Simferopol:

Central Museum of Tavrida

? (not on display) Mainly small items of faience (scarabsand amulets) that were discovered during archaeological excavations in the Northern Black Sea Region, both in Greek settlements (Olbia, Tira, Panticapaeum, Chersonesos, etc.) and in the burials of Scythian-Sarmatian tribes of the early Iron Age. All these artefacts are examples of Egyptian imports (in particular, from Naukratis), which became widespread in the Hellenistic era.

 

Yevpatoria:

Yevpatoriya Museum of Local Lore

? unclear Unclear if any objects are held here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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