Copenhagen, National Museum
The National Museum of Denmark was founded in 1819 and its collection encompases natural history, world history, archaeology, and in particular, the history and culture of Denmark. The collection of objects from Greece, Italy, the Near East and Egypt is the largest in Denmark.
Related archive documents
Christiansen, Thomas and Kim Ryholt 2016. The Carlsberg papyri 13: Catalogue of Egyptian funerary papyri in Danish collections. CNI Publications 41. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.
Hansen, Anne Haslund 2008. Collection of classical and Near Eastern antiquities: Egyptians. Guides to the National Museum. Copenhagen: National Museum.