Liverpool, University of Liverpool Museum
Before 1903, may be referred to as University College. Pottery and one stone vessel from were sent from the Liverpool Museum to Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Museo Municipal de Bellas Artes de Santa Cruz de Tenerife in exchange for a set of Dutch and Talavera tiles from the 17th and 18th centuries. One black topped vessel from Hu and one calcite vessel from Tomb B7, the tomb of Ka. The other ceramic vessels were from John Garstang's excavations in 1906 and 1906 at Hierakonpolis and Esna. See: Martín del Río Álvarez, Candelaria and Eduardo Almenara Rosales 2002. Some materials in Tenerife from Petrie's and Garstang's excavations. Trabajos de Egiptología - Papers on Ancient Egypt 1, 45-54.
Boatright, Dan 2011. The use of scientific techniques and the study of ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern weaponry from the Garstang Museum, School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology, University of Liverpool. In Corbelli, Judith, Daniel Boatright, and Claire Malleson (eds), Current research in Egyptology 2009: proceedings of the tenth annual symposium, University of Liverpool 2009, 30-42. Oxford: Oxbow.