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January 24, 2005
From journal British University Cities - Oxford
February 19, 2003
The Egyptian relief carvings are frequently used as a part of the university syllabus for Egyptology and there is a fine example of a complete tomb. The cases containing hundreds of statues of gods, goddesses and amulets are incredible and the peaceful, relaxed atmosphere in the museum makes it a pleasurable visit, allowing you to absorb the culture in your own good time.
The museum is closed on Mondays, but entrance is free the rest of the time and non-flash photography is permitted. I loved having the chance to buy replica Egyptian lucky amulets in the gift shop.
From journal A City Stop in Oxford
oxford, United Kingdom
July 8, 2002
From journal Rain falling
London, United Kingdom
August 26, 2000
From journal Dreaming Spires
August 4, 2000
From journal The city of Spires