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The Garstang Museum of Archaeology is named in honour of Professor John Garstang, who founded the 'Institute of Archaeology' and associated museum in 1904. The museum exhibits artefacts from the excavations of Garstang in Egypt, Sudan, and the Near East. Highlights include an Egyptian mummy and displays of Prehistoric material and artefacts from the ancient Mediterranean world.

The Garstang Museum of Archaeology
14 Abercromby Square
School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology
L69 3BX Liverpool

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History & Anthropology

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If you would like to arrange a visit or an expert-led guided tour, then we would love to hear from you and can be contacted on 0151 794 6793 or at garstang@liv.ac.uk.

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Location

14 Abercromby Square, Liverpool, England

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