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Museum Websites used for data collection:

*note: some of these weblinks might become broken if the museums change sites or fail to update. These are as they were when I collected data in 2016

British Museum

Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology

Ashmolean Museum

Fitzwilliam Museum

World Museum (Liverpool, UK)

Victoria and Albert Museum

Manchester Museum

The Louvre

Museé des Beaux-Arts de Lyon

Museé du quai Branly

Museé  de Guimet

Egyptian Museum (Cairo, Egypt)

National Archaelogical Museum

Egyptian Museum (Florence, Italy)

Museo Egizio

Museo civico Archaeologico

Naples National Archaeological Museum

Ethnological Museum of Berlin

Staatliche Sammlung für Ägyptische Kunst

Roemer und Pelizaeus Museum

National Museum of Iraq