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Saqqara: Living in a City of the Dead

SMALL EXHIBITION | For her research project 'The Walking Dead at Saqqara', the curator Lara Weiss explores the significance of religious traditions for people who lived in Saqqara, Egypt in ancient times.

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Archaeology and Tourism in the Holy Land

SMALL PHOTO EXHIBITION | Eight photos made by the Dutch photographer Frank Scholten (1881-1942) in pre-war Palestine, which was already changing dramatically in those days through the processes of modernity.

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Ancient Europe

SMALL EXHIBITION | An overview of the collecting history of the Ancient Europe collection. This 'forgotten' museum collection consists of objects that come from all parts of Europe and that date from prehistoric times, Roman times.

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Romans along the banks of the Rhine

FAMILY EXHIBITION | Discover how people lived 2,000 years ago along the border of the Roman territory. You’ll discover a wealth of fascinating things about everyday life along the banks of the Rhine in the Netherlands (from reopening museum).

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Textiles from Egypt

SMALL EXHIBITION | Colourful exhibition on imaginative cloths and intriguing Egyptian fabrics from the first millennium AD, including work by twelve contemporary textile artists (from reopening museum).

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Glass

A wide selection of the most beautiful glass in the museum’s collection, originating from Egypt, the Classical world and the Netherlands. For the connoisseurs among art lovers (from reopening museum).

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Emperor Domitian

A major international exhibition about Domitian, emperor of the vast Roman Empire from AD 81 to 96. The show will feature art objects from numerous museums around the world (from October 2021).

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