Tuesday, 7 June 2011

New Kendal Museum Content on the ACCES Website

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I'd like to draw your attention to some new content on Kendal Museum that has recently been uploaded to the ACCES website (The Association for Curators of Collections from Egypt and the Sudan). ACCES is the first curators’ group in the UK for curators who are responsible for archaeological collections from ancient Egypt and Sudan.

The ACCES website is a useful portal for browsing through the history and objects of both local and national UK museums with Egyptology collections, and it contains a link to some great images of a selection of the objects from Kendal Museum - definitely worth a visit.

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