Ancient Egyptian Collection
The museum holds 38 ancient Egyptian objects.
The Egyptian material is from the old collection amassed by the Montrose Antiquarian and Natural History Society, which founded the Montrose Museum in 1837 – built in 1842. There is also a collection of Egyptian/Roman objects, recently bequeathed, which will shortly be added to the collection.
Classes of objects represented in the collection include: faience figures; faience vessels; jewellery; metal figure; pottery; ‘Ptah-Sokar-Osiris’ figures; scarabs/sealings; shabtis; stela (stone); stone figures; stone vessels; tomb models.
Objects are known to have come from: Thebes.
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