A hundred years after its first Egyptian exhibition, Manchester Museum has reopened its Ancient Egypt and Archaeology collections to the public following a £1.57m revamp.
Three new ‘Ancient Worlds’ galleries showcase the museum’s collections, ranging from prehistoric Egypt (c.10,000 BC) to the Byzantine era (c.AD 600), introducing the people and stories behind the ancient objects, as well as exploring archaeologists’ changing relationship with the past over the last century. See our website for more information on the displays, and behind-the-scenes study days.
This article is an extract from the full article published in World Archaeology Issue 56. Click here to subscribe