Posts Tagged ‘artifacts’

Mummy Lady

This lovely lady is a 3,000 year old egyptian mummy on display at the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose, California. This mummy is female, she was a priestess, and she was about 28 years old when she died, though cause of death is unknown. The Museum is built in an Egyptian style, and houses the largest collection of Egyptian Artifacts on the West coast of North America. This is one of four human mummies in their collection, which also includes a large number of animal mummies. The Museum is opened Wednesday through Sunday from 9am-5pm. It’s definitely an interesting museum, and worth a visit if you are in the area.


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Eyes Wide Open

This photo was taken at the British Museum in London. There’s another post about the British Museum (and more to come) but if you haven’t seen it i’ll reiterate here: this museum is free. GO! It’s an incredible place with so much to offer from all over the world, and it is absolutely worth a look.

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This picture of an Egyptian Sarcophagus lid was taken at the British Museum in London. The British museum (most of the exhibits are free) is absolutely amazing, it has boasts a large collection of antiquities from around the world, but it is particularly well known for its Egyptian antiquity collection. As a result of its popularity, the rooms housing the Egyptian artifacts tend to get seriously crowded. I’d suggest getting to the museum early, and maybe heading here first to avoid the crowds.

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A picture of some amphorae (vase shaped ceramic vessel used for carrying trade goods) nestled in a little area of a room in Pompeii, Italy. I'm an archaeology geek, no question about that.

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