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Walter Bryan Emery
Dates: 1903 / 1971
Short Biography: British Egyptologist and archaeologist. Director of the archaeological survey of Nubia 1929-35; Edwards Professor of Egyptology, University College London 1951-70; Field Director of the Egypt Exploration Society 1952-71.
Collection Descriptions
Ancient Egyptian and Sudanese Collection (University College London, Petrie Museum Of Egyptian Archaeology)
The museum holds over 80,000 ancient Egyptian and Sudanese objects. Classes of objects represented in the collection...
Ancient Egyptian and Sudanese Collection (University Of Durham Oriental Museum)
The museum holds 6,724 ancient objects, mostly from Egypt but with some from Sudan, which are part of the Archaeology...
Ancient Egyptian and Sudanese Collection (University Of Aberdeen, Marischal Museum)
The museum holds 4,000 ancient Egyptian and Sudanese objects. Classes of objects represented in the collection inclu...
Ancient Egyptian and Sudanese Collection (Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery)
The museum holds approximately 8,000 ancient Egyptian objects which are part of the Archaeology collection. Classes ...
Ancient Egyptian and Sudanese Collection (Eton College Collections And Museum Of Eton Life)
The Myers Museum of Egyptian and Classical Art at Eton College holds 2,500 ancient Egyptian objects. Classes of obje...
Ancient Egyptian and Sudanese Collection (Blackburn Museum And Art Gallery)
The museum holds 329 ancient Egyptian objects. Classes of objects represented in the collection include: amulets; ca...
Ancient Egyptian and Sudanese Collection (University Of Cambridge, Museum Of Archaeology And Anthropology)
The museum holds 6,854 ancient Egyptian and Sudanese objects which are part of the Archaeology collection. Classes o...
Ancient Egyptian, Sudanese and Near Eastern Collection (Reading Museum)
The museum holds 700 ancient Egyptian, Sudanese and Near Eastern objects. Classes of objects represented in the coll...

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