Oxford, Queens College, University of Oxford

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Most of the Queen’s College’s collection of Egyptian antiquities was bequeathed to the College in 1841 by the Rev. Dr. Robert Mason (1782–1841), who bought from collections formed by Giovanni Battista Belzoni (1778–1823), Henry Salt (1780–1827), and James Burton (1788–1862). In 1935, the College acquired Predynastic objects (blacktopped, red, and decorated ware) from the excavations of the Egypt Exploration Society at Armant were on display in the New Peet Library of Queens College in 2019. 

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