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This is a small museum near the opera house. It houses the university's Egyptian collection. There are some good pieces especially the early stone work vases, palettes and mace heads. English translations of the display information would make it better. The stairs wouldn't best suit...More
There were only a few artefacts on display. The rest are just copies and so on. Compared to other egyptian museums in Germany, this one is a waste of time. It's more of a exhibition than a museum really.
A lot of artefacts are on display, but not an array of mummies if that's your interest (there are three). Some of the exhibits could have English materials associated with them to help explain their meaning. I thought it was more of a collection for...More
Comparing this museum to other egyptology collections, like the ones in Hannover, Hildesheim and of course Berlin, this is by far the worst of them all. The collector there in his time seems to have bought the third choice items each time. And upon leaving,...More