Document which shows the objects from Rifeh sent to Rochadle in 1907. It can be read that 3 soul houses much broken, 1 restored and a tray of offerings are part of the material. Courtesy of the Touchstones Rochdale Museum
Jocelyn Miyara, UCL MA student Egyptian Archaeology
Hi Petrie Blog! I've just finished up a year of volunteering in the Petrie while studying for an MA in Egyptian Archaeology at UCL. Volunteering has been a great way to balance out my time in the classroom and the library with some time looking at and handling real ancient artifacts.
by Alice Stevenson, Curator Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, UCL
What have London’s Kew Gardens, Japan’s Kyoto University and the USA’s Cedar Rapids Masonic Lodge Iowa got in common? They all care for Egyptian objects excavated by British-led teams in the late 19th and early 20th century, as do some 280 other institutions around the worl