Colección egipcia en el Ashmolean Museum de Oxford
The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford houses a large collection of Egyptian antiquities. The core of the collection dates from a connection with Flinders Petrie in the 19th century.
1.- Statue of the God Min. Found with other similar figures by Petrie at Koptos. Predynastic.
2.- One of three 'Koptos Lions' found by Petrie at the Great or Northern Temple at Koptos in 1893.
3.- Ivory objects from the cemetery at Nagadar. They date from the Naqada period before the rise of Pharaohonic Egypt.
4.- Ceremonial Palette from Hierakonopolis Late Predynastic Period. The two animals at the top are sometimes identified as dogs or hyenas.
5.- Fragment of a Ceremonial Palette from Hierakonopolis Late Predynastic Period. The scene shows two bound captives.
6.- A limestone macehead of the Pharaoh 'Scorpion'. From Hierakonopolis. Late Predynastic Period.
7.- A limestone macehead of the Pharaoh 'Narmer'. From Hierakonopolis. Late Predynastic Period.
8.- Limestone head of a bearded man. From Hierakonpolis 1st-2nd Dynasty.
9.- A small figure carved from a hippopotamus incisor. It was found with many other ivories at Hierakonpolis. Predynastic or 1st Dynasty.
10.- The so called "MacGregor Man' named after a previous owner. The statue is basalt and dates from the Protodynastic Period.
11.- Close-up of the so called "MacGregor Man' named after a previous owner. The statue is basalt and dates from the Protodynastic Period.
12.- Pottery Lion seated on a plinth, found with a cache of royal sculpture within the temple precinct at Hierakonopolis. Protodynastic Period.
13.- Limestone figure of the Pharaoh Khasekhem found at Hierakonpolis. It dates from the 2nd Dynasty and is the oldest surviving Egyptian Royal sculpture in stone.
14.- A travertine bowl from El Reqaqna. 3rd Dynasty.
15.- A model boat from a tomb at Beni Hasan. 9th-11th Dynasty.
16.- A model of a funerary boat from a tomb at Beni Hasan. 11th-12th Dynasty.
17.- Head of a statue of Sobek the crocodile God. It comes form the temple of Amenemhat III at Hawara in the Faiyum. 12th Dynasty.
18.- A wall painting from a private house at Amarna. It shows two of the Pharaoh Akhenaten's daughters.
19.- Limestone column fragment showing Queen Nefretiti making offerings to the Aten. From Amarna.
20.- A glass bunch of grapes on a bronze and wood stem. From Tel el-Amarna.
21.- Fragment of a wall painting from the 'Tomb of the Dancers' at Thebes. 17th Dynasty.
22.- A small glass vase of unknown provenance. 18th-19th Dynasty.
23.- Faience vessel decorated with a figure of Bes. Excavated by Petrie at Medinet Ghurab. 18th-19th Dynasty.
24.- Two wooden cramps that were used to strengthen the joints between blocks in Seti I Temple at Abydos. They have the cartouche of Seti I.
25.- Small votive stelae. Painted limestone carved with ears to ensure the prayer would be heard. 18th Dynasty.
26.- Painted wooden panel from the tomb of Djeddjehutefankh (18th Dynasty) it was found in an intact tomb at Deir el-Bahari.
27.- A wooden figure of Anubis sits on the outer coffin of Djeddjehutefankh (18th Dynasty) it was found in an intact tomb at Deir el-Bahari.
28.- Stela of painted limestone showing an unidentified couple adoring 'The Cat of the God Re' and 'The Great Cat'. From Dier el-Medina 19th Dynasty.
29.- Head of a woman. Originally part of a pair statue. Provenance unknown but possibly from Dei-el-Medina. 19th-20th Dynasty.
30.- A relief on the shrine of Taharqa which was originally erected in the Temple of Amun at Kawa in Nubia. It shows the ram headed Khnum. 25th Dynasty.
31.- Head of a statue of the God Amun. It bears the name of the Pharaoh Tanwetamani. 25th Dynasty.
32.- Sculptor's trial piece showing a profile head of Isis or a Ptolemaic queen.
33.- Two mummified cats. The X-ray shows the left-hand mummy. Late Period
34.- Bronze mask for a cat mummy. Late Period.
35.- Small bronze figures of Bastet. Late Period.
36.- Bronze figure of Bastet. Late Period.
37.- Small amulets in the form of cats. Manly made from faience.
38.- Small amulets in the form of a lion. Manly made from faience.
39.- Small amulets in the form of feline dieties including Sekhmet.
40.- A Romano-Egyptian mummy portrait from Tanis. It is an encaustic portrait on wood. 3rd Century AD.