ARCHÍVUM

Archívumunkban bőséges háttérinformációkat találhat a TUTANHAMON – Rejtélye és Kincsei kiállításról, többek között a témához illő, érdekes tényeket, részletes adatokat, tanulságos betekintést, lenyűgöző újságcikkeket és interjúkat elismert tudósokkal. Merüljön el Tutanhamon lenyűgöző világában – az archívum nem csak a szakértőkhöz szól!

www.griffith.ox.ac.uk
The Griffith Institute is an institution based around the Ashmolean Museum, belonging to the Egyptology department of the University of Oxford. The Griffith Institute was opened on 21 January 1939 and comprises an important and unique Egyptology archive. Copies of inscriptions, drawings, water colours, old negatives, photographs and printed works are all preserved here. It also contains Howard Carters photographs from his excavations in 1922.

www.ashmolean.org
The present-day Ashmolean Museum (Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology) is a museum constructed as the ‘University Gallery’ in Oxford in 1845. It has been home to the Ashmolean collection since 1894.

www.drhawass.com

The website of Dr Zahi Hawass, the world-famous Egyptian Egyptologist and former Secretary General of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities.

www.laboratoriorosso.com

The photographer Sandro Vannini has one of the most extensive photo archives on the subject of Egypt. He has published several photo books together with the Egyptologist Dr Zahi Hawass, such as Lost Tombs of Thebes, Tutankhamun and A Secret Voyage.

www.gem.gov.eg

Website of the planned Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM).

www.highclerecastle.co.uk
Seat of the Carnarvon family and location for the series Downton Abbey.