May refer to:
Brighton Museum and Art Gallery.
Notes on distribution:
According to the EES distribution lists 'Brighton' was allocated the following (note that the notations 'B.12 etc. refer to graves, so cemetery B grave 12):
Abydos, 1909-10 from Naville's excavation:
Box marked 'EEF 16'
Pre pots, B. 12, E 75
Bronze implements , 18th Dynasty
Blue glaze fragts.
Mirror, 6th Dynasty
E top Predynastic beads
E 216 pigments
E310 slate palette & pebble
4 ushabti, 30th Dynasty
1 ushabti, 22nd Dynasty
Related archive documents
Serpico, Margaret 2009. The Griffith family and the formation of the ancient Egyptian collection at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery. In Magee, Diana, Janine Bourriau, and Stephen Quirke (eds), Sitting beside Lepsius: studies in honour of Jaromir Malek at the Griffith Institute, 491-513. Leuven: Peeters; Departement Oosterse Studies.
Weigall, Arthur E. 1900. The funeral tablets in the Brighton Museum. Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology 22, 272-273.
Excavations from which artefacts are distributed: