About Luxor Luxor Museum of Ancient Egyptian Art

The items on display were carefully selected and arranged with the help of the Brooklyn Museum of New York. The result leads to an experience that makes one wish to learn more about pharaohs and Theban temples and the necropolis and not  an overwhelming one.

Highlights include the recreated mural of 283 sandstone blocks found inside Karnak temple, the calcite double statue of the crocodile god Sobek and the 18th Dynasty pharaoh Amenhotep III, a statue of Thutmose III, a cow-goddess head from Tutankhamun’s tomb, remarkable coffins, and smaller artifacts such as Alexandrian coins, jewelry, drinking vessels, and bronze statuettes. The Luxor Museum opened in 1975.

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