Antiquity / Cultural Heritage / Egypt

Egyptian: Mallawi Museum, Looted Artifacts

On August 15, the Malawe (Mallawi) Museum in Al-Minya, Upper Egypt was looted and artifacts destroyed. The Malawe (Mallawi) Museum is known for its collections from archeological sites in Tuna al-Gebel and Hermopolis.

In an effort to inform the public, museum curators, collectors and law enforcement, please find attached the UK Blue Shield list of confirmed artifacts missing from the Malawe (Mallawi) Museum. 

Egypt Malawe Museum Missing Collection

By Keri Douglas, writer/photographer, Washington, DC.

UPDATE:

The Ministry of State for Antiquities announced on Wednesday that it has recovered 13 artefacts recovered from the looted museum in the Minya city of Mallawi.  Daily News Egypt reports.

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3 thoughts on “Egyptian: Mallawi Museum, Looted Artifacts

  1. Pingback: Malawi Museum in Egypt ransacked and looted of artefacts | The Heritage Trust

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