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The Ure Museum, owned by the University of Reading and an integral part of its Department of Classics, is recognised as the fourth largest collection of Greek ceramics in Britain. The collection primarily consists of material from the Greek and Graeco-Roman civilisations of the Mediterranean, most notably Greek and Etruscan ceramics and terracottas. There is also an important collection of Egyptian antiquities, ranging from the pre-dynastic to the Roman period. Other artifacts include prehistoric pottery, metal and stone artifacts, and Coptic textiles.
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The Musawwarat Graffiti Archive is an interactive open access research archive. It is dedicated to the digital preservation, publication and promotion of African cultural heritage. By sharing scientific knowledge globally it contributes to bridging the digital and knowledge divides.
This project was kindly supported by the Golden Web Foundation.
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